Please join the Calgary Mineral Exploration Group on Friday, May 6th for a talk given by Tim Johnson of Granite Creek Copper.
If you would like to attend the luncheon, please RSVP by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by selecting one of the options below.
**Please RSVP as soon as possible in order to accommodate everyone for lunch.
Date: Friday, May 6th, 2022
Location: Kerby Centre – downtown Calgary (1133 – 7th Ave. SW)
Doors open at 11:30 am
Talk starts at noon
Luncheon for Members: $30
Luncheon Non-members: $35
Talk and Beverage (Coffee, Juice, Pop): $10
University, SAIT, NAIT students: FREE with student ID (with purchase of membership)
If you’d like to pay the Membership or Luncheon fee online, please click on the appropriate link below to be redirected to the secure Square website:
- MEGS Friday Luncheons/Technical Talks: $30
- MEGS 2021-2022 Membership: $20
- Talk and Beverage (Water, Coffee, Pop): $10
Granite Creek Copper is a Canadian exploration company focused on its 100%-owned, high-grade Carmacks copper-gold-silver project covering 176km2 south of the operating Minto mine in Canada’s Yukon Territory. In March 2022, Granite Creek announced an updated NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate consisting of 36.2 Mt (M&I), grading 1.07% CuEq (0.81% Cu, 0.26g/t Au, 3.23g/t Ag and 0.011% Mo) for a total of 651 Mlbs contained M&I copper with an additional 38 Mlbs Cu Inferred based on an open pit configuration. The project remains open to significant expansion within the resource area and to new discoveries at the underexplored, yet highly prospective, Carmacks North target area. Granite Creek is expecting to provide an updated Preliminary Economic Assessment in 2022, based on this new resource estimate. The Carmacks project features excellent access to infrastructure, including the paved Yukon Highway 2 within 60 km as well as grid power within 12 km.
Tim Johnson, President & CEO / Director
Mr. Johnson has over 25 years experience in the mineral exploration industry ranging from grassroots prospecting to consulting company operation and public company management. As a founder and manager of Arcmin Enterprises he helped a northern British Columbia First Nation build a labour service company employing over 180 people providing entry level and skilled workers to exploration and development projects in BC’s golden triangle. Mr. Johnson is also a director of Mosaic Minerals.