A small follow-up sampling program was completed in 2022 as a follow-up to previous programs were carried out from July 19 to December 1, 2017 on a claim group of three (3) claims which includes the White Fang showings located in north west Vancouver Island. A 2 man crew conducted prospecting, rock geochem sampling. A total of 10 samples were collected in 2017 of which all were rocks and 15 rock samples were collected in 2022. The Bon 20, 24 and White Fang occurrences are underlain by Triassic Karmutsen Formation volcanic rocks in contact with the Nimpkish Batholith. The contact zones contain semi-massive chalcopyrite and magnetite up to 2.66% Cu over considerable widths. Along the intrusive-volcanic contact there are numerous showings. Work in 2022 followed up work in 2017 which concentrated on investigating this prospective contact and the known White Fang showings along it. A Mines Act Permit #MX-8-289 has recently been issued but the permit is no longer in effect.
The White Fang property lies within a belt of gold-rich skarn deposits located on the east and south sides of Nimpkish Lake on northern Vancouver Island. The area is east of Zeballos, and south of Port McNeill. The property contains multiple occurrences of high grade copper mineralization with associated gold mineralization within garnet and magnetite skarn lenses. Just north of White Fang Showing along an intrusive contact to Steele Creek, a small zone was open pit mined in 1967, and is known as the Bonanza Mine. This high-grade lens returned 2,163 tonnes of 5.4% copper, plus 0.5 oz/ton silver and an unreported quantity of gold (0.09-0.15 oz./ton of gold).