WEST MINING CORP. (“WEST”) is a mineral exploration company focused on acquiring and exploring advanced and prospective early-stage projects.
West is focused on its Kena gold and copper project in the Nelson Mining Division of south eastern British Columbia, its Spanish Mountain West and Junker gold projects located in northern British Columbia and its Kagoot cobalt project near Bathhurst, New Brunswick.
The company’s flagship Kena Project has a historical resource of 208,000 ounces gold in 6,000,000 tonnes @ 1.08 g/T Au (measured plus indicated) + 272,000 ounces gold in 8,700,000 tonnes @ 0.97 g/T Au (inferred), using a cut-off grade of 0.70 g/t Au*.
Kena & Daylight Highlights email@example.com | www.westmining.corp.com • Recently consolidated into one large land package • District scale large trend extending 18 kilometers of strike-length and open to the northwest, southeast and down-dip • Advanced Kena project with bulk tonnage resource of just under 2 million historical ounces of gold under 43-101 and amenable to leaching • The Daylight project has four historical high-grade mines over a 3.5km trend. The company’s focus will be on four large gold-bearing targets • 156 drill holes totalling over 37,000m of drilling Bonanza Grade intercepts • Between 48.77-50.00 meters an intercept of 1.23 meter of 240.07 grams Au • Between 204-206 meters an intercept of 2.00 meters of 172.10 grams of Au • Between 53.89-54.89 meter an intercept of 1.00 meter of 50.80 grams Au
*Historic resource contained in amended Technical Report authored by Gary H. Giroux, P. Eng. Of Giroux Consultants Ltd. and Vivian Park, P. Geo., of VPG Geosciences for Prize Mining Corp., prepared in accordance with National Instrument 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”) with historical resource estimates calculated (prior to the Company’s interest in the Property) using CIM categories and filed on SEDAR on June 7, 2017. The Company and its Qualifying Person have not done sufficient work on the Property to classify any of the historical estimates as current resources and is not treating any historical estimate as current. However, the company has found no reason to believe the information contained in the Technical Report is inaccurate or misleading. The Company intends to file a new Technical Report on the Property within 120 days.