The bulk of mineralization averages ~10 g/t over 5 metres, with very high-grade pockets up to 248 g/t over 12.4 metres in some areas.
Drill holes in the gold zones demonstrate good grade distribution along the entire mineralized interval.
The Windfall Lake Gold project falls within the traditional territory of the Waswanipi Cree First Nation.
A mineral resource update completed by SRK (Canada) in November 2014 estimated 748,000 ounces of gold at 8.42 g/t gold in the indicated category, and 860,000 ounces of gold at 7.62 g/t gold in the inferred category.
Drilling by Eagle Hill indicates that the gold mineralization continues below the Red Dog sill to a depth of at least 870 meters below surface and remains open along strike and at depth.
The characteristics of the gold mineralization in the Main Zone are similar to intrusion-related gold mineralization described as atypical greenstone-hosted deposits by Robert (2007).
The Kanowna Belle gold deposit in Western Australia would be a good analogy to Windfall Lake gold deposit. Typical gold-bearing pyrite mineralization at Windfall Lake Gold Deposit.
a) Outcrop of pyrite stockwork; b) Fresh sample with pyrite stockwork and silica-sericite alteration; c) pyrite stockwork in core.