- Written by ASIA Miner News
Goldbrook Ventures has received an NI 43-101 compliant technical report for the Bravo, Getty, Mystery, Pad, Sylvie and Timtu Deposits of the Raglan Property at Nunavik, Quebec.
These deposits are part of the Goldbrook Ventures and Jilin Jien Nickel Industry Co's option-joint venture project on the Raglan Belt, Ungava, northern Quebec. These resources compliment and are in addition to the nickel-copper-platinum group element sulphide assets within the adjoining Nunavik Nickel Project of Jien Canada Mining, which is owned by Goldbrook and Jilin Jien Nickel.
There are total indicated resources of 5.641 million tonnes @ 0.60% nickel, 0.66% copper, 0.03% cobalt, 0.07ppm gold, 0.32ppm platinum and 1.25ppm palladium. The majority of these resources are sourced from the pit with just 329,000 tonnes from underground.
There are 1.777 million inferred tonnes @ 0.56% nickel, 0.55% copper, 0.03% cobalt, 0.06ppm gold, 0.29ppm platinum and 1.27ppm palladium. 166,000 tonnes of these resources are from underground at the Mystery deposit.
The undertaking of these resource estimates included a review of the geology, exploration history, description of the deposit types and other information relevant to understanding the geology and exploration programs carried out on the property.
In the course of this work a full audit of Goldbrook's drilling and drillcore assay database was also completed.
The six deposits are stretched out along a linear east-west trend about 30km in length commonly referred to as the Belanger Trend.