Werner Lake Project

The project is located near the Ontario-Manitoba border in the Kenora Mining District. The Werner Lake Geological Belt hosts numerous cobalt-copper and base metal showings, deposits and past producing mines.

The area has seen extensive exploration and development work since the original discovery of cobalt in 1921. The Werner Lake Cobalt Mine produced cobalt ore in the 1930s and 1940s from the “Old Mine Site” deposit area and with the discovery of the main ore area at the West Cobalt Deposit, was taken to production decision in the late 1990s.

At the time, infrastructure was put in place, including four season road, mill buildings, and tailings settling area. Decline ramp, drifts and raises of over 258 metres were driven into the heart of the deposit.

Mineral Resource

Werner Lake Cobalt Project Mineral Resource Estimate (November 2022). This Mineral Resource Estimate has been updated and reported to comply with JORC (2012) reporting requirements.
The table below summaries the MRE for the Werner Lake deposit.

720,000 lbs @ 0.51% Co

The selected cut-off grades should be considered as being nominal given the current stage of project development.

Werner Lake Cobalt Project Mineral Resource Estimate (November 2022). This Mineral Resource Estimate has been updated and reported to comply with JORC (2012) reporting requirements. The table below summaries the MRE for the Werner Lake deposit.
Exploration Upside
Exploration to Date

The Project is divided in two distinct deposits. To the east, the Werner Lake Old Mine Deposit and to the west, the Werner Lake West Cobalt Deposit.

Werner Lake Project Mining Claims
Figure 2: Composite Cross-section through the Old Mine (Minesite) deposit (Canmine)
Figure 3: Cross section through West Cobalt Deposit
Proposed Work Program
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