Welcome To Wolverine
Wolverine Exploration Inc. ("Wolverine") is a junior exploration company
focused on the exploration of mineral properties in Canada.
Wolverine holds a 90% interest in multiple mineral claims in central Labrador and contain a series of significant copper-gold showings.
Also Wolverine holds claims in the Caribou region of British Columbia abbutting the Wingdam Mine property consisting of over 3,400 hectors in the prolific Caribou gold region of British Columbia. Lee Costerd CEO of Wolverine Exploration has been a mine superintendent, prospector / explorer in the Caribou Quesnel region of British Columbia for over 20 years and brings to Wolverine the Eureka / Lightning Creek property nestled between the famous Wingdam mine (which is under contract to be sold for over $16,000,000) and in close proximity to Barkersville Gold which claimed in a press release to have found the richest gold deposit in North America (about 10% of Barkersville Golds' Caribou project in central British Columbia is estimated to host as much as 65-90 million ounces of gold).
Mr. Lee Costerd has acted as Wolverine's sole Director and Officer since its inception on February 23, 2006. Mr. Costerd has been involved in the mining industry for the past 20 years. Mr Costerd was the mine manager for a placer mining operation in British Columbia and a supervisor at a hard rock mining operation also in British Columbia.
Texada Consulting Inc. assists in fund raising and will provide administrative services to Wolverine through its representative Mr. Bruce Costerd. Mr. Costerd was President, Chief Executive Officer and a director of Gallery Resources Limited between 1990-2006.
Geophysical services will be coordinated by Mr. Stephen Balch. Mr. Balch graduated in 1985 with a B.Sc. (honours), Applied Geophysics, from the University of Western Ontario. Mr. Balch is currently President of Canadian Mining Geophysics Ltd. Mr. Balch was President of Aeroquest International Limited between 2004-2007. Mr. Balch was a senior geophysicist with Inco Limited between 1995 to 2001. Mr. Balch is currently a director of a number of Canadian public companies.
Mr. Edmund Montague, P. Geo. will provide geological field services. Mr. Montague graduated from Memorial University in 1959 and for the past 49 years has been a geologist for projects located in Canada and International and as a government geologist and mineral industry analyst for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Bill Macdonald is legal counsel for Wolverine. Mr. Macdonald is a founder and principal of Macdonald Tuskey, Corporate and Securities Lawyers, a boutique securities and corporate finance firm located in Vancouver, British Columbia established in April 2008. From February 1998 to April 2008, Mr. Macdonald was with Clark Wilson LLP and a member of the firm's Corporate Finance / Securities Practice Group where he was a partner. Mr. Macdonald is the President and a director of Blackbird Investments Inc., an oil and gas company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange.
Mr. Macdonald has a varied legal practice, focusing on cross-border and international corporate finance, securities and transactional matters. Mr. Macdonald has experience serving companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, TSX Venture Exchange, CNSX and OTCBB. He has advised a variety of public and private companies on legal matters related to acquisitions, mergers, takeovers, initial public offerings, secondary financings, cross-border financings, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, public company disclosure requirements and stock exchange listings.
Mr. Macdonald's general corporate and securities practice has been focused on Canadian, U.S., Asian and cross-border public offerings, private and institutional financings (including U.S. private investment in public equity, or PIPE transactions), stock exchange listings, reverse takeovers and mergers and acquisitions. He advises numerous private and public companies on corporate governance, including compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, regulatory filings, including registration statements and periodic reports filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, and corporate transactions.
Mr. Macdonald has been a member of the Law Society of British Columbia since February 1999 and a member of the New York State Bar since February 2002.
Regulatory filings will also be completed by Mr. Macdonald with the assistance of Mr. Richard Haderer. Since 1996 Mr. Haderer has provided regulatory filing services to Canadian public companies. Mr. Haderer was a Listings Officer with the Alberta Stock Exchange Between 1989-1996.
LABRADOR MINERAL EXPLORATION PROJECT
The Labrador Claims in central Labrador contain a series of significant copper-gold showings. These sub-crops were discovered during construction of the Trans-Labrador Highway (TLH). Assay values of copper and gold in sulphide range from 1.38% up to 6.4% Cu and up to 0.5 g/t Au.
Caribou Eureka Thrust Lightning Creek property
Caribou property facts
In a recent announcement the company has acquired over 3,400 hectors in the prolific Caribou gold region of British Columbia. Lee Costerd CEO of Wolverine Exploration has been a mine superintendent, prospector / explorer in the Caribou Quesnel region of British Columbia for over 20 years and brings to Wolverine the Eureka / Lightning Creek property nestled between the famous Wingdam mine (which is under contract to be sold for over $16,000,000) and in close proximity to Barkersville Gold which claimed in a press release to have found the richest gold deposit in North America (about 10% of its Caribou project in central British Columbia is estimated to host as much as 65-90 million ounces of gold).
The new Wolverine Exploration Caribou area Eureka / Lightning creek property shares the Bonanza Thrust and the Eureka Thrust with these other two companies and the placer gold found at the Wingdam and the Lightning Creek property so far is believed by geologists and other mining professionals to have come from a hard rock lode source somewhere in the immediate area rather than a glacier till source. The property Wolverine has acquired is a hardrock section of the region and encompasses approximately half of the mountain abutting the Wingdam mine property.
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