IMC INTERNATIONAL MINING CORP.
OTC:IMIMF / CSE:IMCX / FRA:3MX
IMC International Mining Corp. is a junior exploration and development company. It is focused on creating shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of gold assets, which include the Company’s 100% owned Bullard Pass Property in Arizona.
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The Bullard Pass Property is located within the Pierce Mining District in southern Yavapai County, Arizona and lies along the Bullard detachment fault in the Bullard Mining District at the southern end of Harcuvar metamorphic core complex. The Bullard detachment fault is a portion of the regional Buckskin-Rawhide-Bullard detachment fault in west central Arizona, striking approximately N55-60E and with a moderate dip to the south. While most of the property is covered by Quaternary alluvium, the limited exposures in the low hills indicate the hanging wall of the fault is comprised largely of Tertiary volcanic and sedimentary rocks, while the footwall is comprised largely of mylonitized granitoids or granitic gneisses of early Proterozoic and Cretaceous age.
The property is accessible from Wickenburg, Arizona (Figure 2) by traveling west on U.S. 60 twenty-five miles to the town of Aguila. Eagle Eye Road crosses the railroad tracks in town and heads north for 3.6 miles where it intersects the county line road (Figure 2). Turn west on the county line road and drive 3.2 miles west to an unmarked road, heading roughly north. Take this road north 2.7 miles to a fork in the road with a U.S. Bureau of Land Management activities sign in a kiosk at the road intersection. Numerous dirt roads access the property from this location by driving northward on either of the two roads.
The area encompassing the Bullard Pass Property is sufficient for mining operations. On the state land once a mining permit is acquired mining can commence within the rules and regulations of the various state and federal agencies that regulate health, safety, environmental, and other issues. Theoretically, the Mining Law of 1872 guarantees access to the surface to extract minerals from valid mining claims.
Previous modern exploration work on the current Bullard Pass Property consisted of geological mapping, geochemical sampling, geophysical surveys, and a number of Reverse Circulation drill holes. Most of the exploration centered on the patented claims and on extensions of mineralized structures from the patented claims into the unpatented claims and state section It is unknown if any resource or reserve was calculated in the modern era on the observed mineralization located on the state section or the unpatented claims. District production totals were 614,000 pounds of copper, 3,600 ounces of gold, and 15,000 ounces of silver from 17,000 tons mined that occurred between 1933 and 1956 (Keith and others, 1983). Spencer and Reynolds (1992) report that 90% of the production in the Bullard District was from the Bullard Mine located on the neighboring patented claim block.
The Cathedral Project covers 206.94km2 (51,136 acres) and is situated in north-central British Columbia. The property is located within the Quesnel Terrane along the northeast contact of the Hogem Batholith, an alkalic suite of rocks hosting porphyry copper-gold deposits. The northern part of the Quesnel Terrane extends from south of the Mt. Milligan Mine northward to the Kemess Mine, with the Cathedral property located midway between these two copper-gold porphyry deposits.
"The Mount Milligan copper-gold porphyry deposit contains a combined Measured and Indicated Mineral Resource of 243.9 million tonnes (Mt) at 0.134% Cu and 0.226 grams per tonne (g/t) Au containing 717.7 million pounds (lbs) of copper and 1,769,000 ounces (oz) of gold and an Inferred Mineral Resource of 11.0 Mt at 0.306 g/t Au and 0.125% Cu, exclusive of Mineral Reserves," while The Kemess Mine, also an open-pit copper-gold porphyry, "produced approximately 3 million ounces of gold and 700 million pounds of copper over its life the mine. Near the Kemess Mine is the Kemess Underground Project, also owned by Centerra Gold. This separate deposit is currently in the development stage, and has not been approved for production.
Mineralization at the Cathedral Project area occurs within a structurally controlled, moderately west-dipping (tilted) alkalic porphyry system. The system is dominated by stockwork, disseminated and vein hosted porphyry-type mineralization within a propylitic and sodic-calcic altered quartz monzonite (Cathedral and Cathedral South Showings) that has been thrusted onto shallower high-grade vein systems (Gully and Pinnacle Showings) located to the east and northeast.
As a result of the post-emplacement tilt, thrusting and subsequent erosion, an almost 2 km extent of the hydrothermal, alteration and mineralization system has been exposed. Styles of mineralization include stockwork and disseminated porphyry-type mineralization, vein-hosted, high-grade mineralization, late stage magnetite-chalcopyrite veins, and late stage quartz-chalcopyrite veins.
Highlights from the four showings within the Cathedral Area include can be seen by visiting Thane's website at http://thaneminerals.com/index.html.
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International Mining Corp. Directors
Brian Thurston – President, Chief Executive Officer, Corporate Secretary, Director
Mr. Thurston is a professional geologist and holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from the University of Western Ontario. Mr. Thurston has over 26 years’ experience working as a geologist around the globe including North, Central and South America, Africa and India. He has experience working on projects from grass roots to feasibility level. Mr. Thurston was instrumental in the initial exploration, land acquisition and development of Aurelian Resources’ Ecuador grass roots exploration and held the position of Country Manager in Ecuador from 2004 to 2006. Kinross in 2008 acquired Aurelian Resources in a $1.2B friendly deal. Mr. Thurston transitioned from geologist to corporate positions in 2004 and has founded several public companies and held positions of director and officer, as well as served on multiple committees including audit, disclosure and corporate governance. In addition, he has been a director of Chemesis since March 2017.
Greg Hawkins - Chairman to the Board of Directors
Mr. Hawkins holds a BSc in Geology from the University of Alberta and an MSc in Mineral Economics from McGill University. He has been involved in the Mining Exploration and Investment industries since 1969 and has been variously responsible for the identification and/or delineation of 10 mineral deposits in Canada, USA, Chile, Ghana, Mali and Zaire (DRC).
Mr. Hawkins is currently a Director of New Pacific Metals Corp. (NUAG) and was the Founding Project Consultant and/or Founding Director of seven public and private Exploration/Development ventures (Brohm Mining, Dayton Mining, Nevsun Resources, Banro Resource Corp., Tagish Lake Gold Corp., African Gold Group, Yellowhead Mining Inc.) and has participated in or been responsible for the definition of at least one resource/reserve in every case, with six of those cases resulting in production in the USA, Chile, Ghana, Mali and DRC. These ventures collectively have accounted for over $2.1 billion in market cap at the companies' respective peaks.
David Charlton - Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Charlton is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) with over 7 years' experience working with junior mining, oil and gas, blockchain and cryptocurrency companies in the public sector. Prior to joining the Company, David worked for midsize audit firms where he serviced a variety of TSX Venture Exchange and CSE-listed companies in audit and assurance, business consultation, financial statement preparation and compliance..
Faizaan Lalani – Director
Mr. Lalani is an Accounting/Finance professional with over 10 years of experience covering auditing, financial reporting, corporate finance, and operations management, Faizaan also founded his own apparel company, successfully selling the brand across North America over the last four years. Recently, Faizaan was instrumental in a multi-million dollar raise for a privately held company through various US offerings. Prior to this, he worked in the audit and assurance group at PwC, where he obtained his CA,CPA designation, gaining experience in both the public and private sectors. Faizaan currently is on several board positions for both private and public companies.
Mike Aujla – Director
Mr. Aujla brings over 16 years of experience acting as a lawyer, director and officer for both public and private companies. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of British Columbia and a Juris doctor from the University of Victoria. Mr. Aujla was previously a corporate lawyer who worked with international law firms. He has experience advising companies in financial services, corporate mergers and acquisitions and commercial real estate in various jurisdictions. Mr. Aujla is currently the Founding Partner of Hunter West Legal Recruitment since Sept 2017. Previously, Mr. Aujla worked for a private Legal Recruitment firm in Vancouver from 2011-2016. In addition, since July 2018, he has been a director of Chemesis.
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