History of the Roger

The property has gone through multiple drill campaigns totalling 58,000 metres. As stated in the 2018 mineral resource estimate, the Roger Mop-II deposit hosts an estimated indicated resource of 330,000 contained gold equivalent ounces and an inferred resource of 202,000 gold equivalent ounces. QC Copper & Gold has acquired a 50 % ownership of this strategic asset in the Chibougamau Camp, 15 km East of the Opemiska.

Location and Infrastructure

The Property is easily accessible via gravel roads, logging roads and ATV trails connected to Chibougamau. The region is served by a regional airport, located between Chibougamau and Chapais and two other airports located in Val-d’Or and Rouyn-Noranda, offering regular flights to Montréal, Toronto and the northeastern Canada (Nunavik and Nunavut). Local infrastructure is excellent with grid power at site, the Obalski distribution station located four kilometers south of Chibougamau and power lines crossing the property 1.3 kilometers east of the Roger Mop-II deposit. In Chibougamau, railway access is prevalent with all required infrastructure to transport equipment, supplies and ore to and from local projects.

Exploration Upside

The project provides plenty of upside potential through exploration. The deposit is open along the strike, to the east and west as well as at depth.

Regional Geography

The Chibougamau-Chapais mining camp is located in the northeast corner of the Matagami- Chibougamau Greenstone Belt (MCGB) of the Abitibi Subprovince of the Archean Superior Province. The Chibougamau area includes the rock units of the Neoarcheen age (2730 to 2691 Ma), some shreds of erosion of sedimentary rocks and Proterozoic gabbro-diabase dykes, as well as coverage of Quaternary deposits.

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