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The Fenn-Gib Project
The Fenn-Gib project comprises ~4,800ha, of which more than 75% is unexplored. The project is a part of the extensive and prolific Abitibi Gold Belt. Fenn-Gib is located in Canada’s leading gold mining district, next to Highway 101 and substantial local water resources.
The project is located in Guibord and Munro Townships in northeast Ontario, 80km east of Timmins. As a part of the prolific Timmins gold camp, Fenn-Gib is situated in Canada’s leading gold mining district. More than 80Moz of gold has been produced over the past 100 years.
Fenn-Gib is located in the southern portion of the Abitibi Sub-province, which is part of the Superior Province of the Canadian Shield. The province is principally composed of volcanic and sedimentary assemblages that have been metamorphosed to greenschist facies and intruded by late tectonic plutons of tonalite and trondhjemite affinity. The property is underlain by the dominantly volcanic Kidd-Munro Assemblage to the north and the dominantly sedimentary Hoyle Assemblage to the south.