Wolfden Resources Corporation (WLF:TSXV) is a Canadian exploration and development company with a management team that has a proven track record of precious and polymetallic deposit discoveries as well as mine development and mine finance experience. The Company’s mission is to create wealth for its stakeholders through the acquisition, discovery and development of mineral deposits in an efficient and responsible manner.

Nickel Island, MB

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Rice Island, MB

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Tetagouche, NB

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Pickett Mountain, ME

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Wolfden’s Portfolio of Projects include:

Nickel Island Property, Manitoba

The Property hosts known nickel-copper mineralization last explored by Inco Ltd. in the 1950’s. Historical drill results from that time returned significant nickel-copper mineralization over a minimum strike length of one kilometre and included such highlights as 32.4 metres of 4.33% Ni over 4.50 metres and 1.18% Ni. Geological evidence suggests the presence of ‘Kambalda-style’ mineralization on the Property.

Rice Island Property, Manitoba

The Rice Island Ni-Cu-Co deposit is situated near infrastructure and the mining town of Snow Lake. Drilling by Wolfden from 2015 to 2017 returned high-grade intersections of 12.4 metres grading 3.29% Ni, 1.32% Cu and 0.13% Co as well as 9.9 metres of 3.83% Ni, 1.33% Cu and 0.175% Co over 9.90 at the Main Zone. In addition a new discovery was made and referred to as the Lower Zone, returning 21.0 metres of 2.42% Ni, 1.28% Cu and 0.16% Co.

Tetagouche Property, New Brunswick

Located in the famous Bathurst Camp of northeastern New Brunswick, the Tetagouche Property (>20,000 hectares) contains 6 historic Pb-Zn-Cu-Ag massive sulphide deposits with excellent exploration upside. The Property may also contain the bedrock source of numerous high-grade massive sulphide boulders that have traveled by glacial flows to the east of the Property.

Pickett Mountain, Maine USA

The Company owns a 100% interest in the 7,134 acre Pickett Mountain Project in Maine, USA, one of the highest grade undeveloped VMS deposits in North America. The deposit is situated 85 km west of the Canadian (New Brunswick) border proximal to excellent infrastructure that includes a state highway, power line and railway siding.  Excellent potential also exists to enlarge the known deposit and to discover additional satellite deposits both nearby and along the 30 kilometre belt of favourable rocks that hosts the deposit.