Please join the Calgary Mineral Exploration Group on Friday, December 3rd for a talk given by Danette Schwab of Pacific Ridge Exploration Ltd. The AGM will also be held at the beginning of this meeting.
Please RSVP by Monday November 29th, in order to give the Kerby Centre an idea of how many meals to prepare so we can feed everyone!
Date: Friday, December 3rd, 2021
Location: The Kerby Centre 1133 7th Ave SW, Calgary, AB
Doors open at 11:30am
Talk starts at noon
Luncheon for Members: $30
Luncheon Non-members: $35
Talk only (no food): $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:
The Kliyul copper-gold project is located in the Quesnel Trough, between the past-producing Kemess mine and Mt. Milligan mine (Centerra Gold), in a similar geological environment to other copper-gold porphyry deposits in BC such as Kemess, Mt. Milligan, Red Chris and GT Gold’s Saddle North.
Over 60 km2 in size, Kliyul is a copper-gold project located 50 km southeast of the Kemess mine and close to existing infrastructure. Kliyul hosts four porphyry targets: Kliyul Main Zone (“KMZ”), Bap Ridge, Ginger-Shadow and M39. Each target represents an interpreted porphyry centre over an underexplored 4 km long mineralized trend.
The KMZ is the most intensely explored area, with 33 drill holes (5,524 m) drilled since 1974, most of which targeted a near-surface Cu-Au magnetite skarn zone. Deeper drilling in 2015 encountered a porphyry gold-copper system. Highlights from historic drilling are included below:
- 0.23% Cu & 0.52 gpt Au over 218 m (KL-06-30)
- 0.22% Cu & 0.53 gpt Au over 245 m (KJ-15-34) (incl. 0.39% Cu & 2.55 gpt Au over 20.4 m)
Porphyry copper mineralization at Kliyul typically comprises both veined and disseminated chalcopyrite with lesser amounts of bornite.
Pacific Ridge completed a maiden diamond drill program of 1544m at the project in 2021 and are currently awaiting drill results.
About the Author:
Danette Schwab, VP Exploration, Pacific Ridge Exploration:
Ms. Schwab is a Professional Geoscientist registered in British Columbia. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree (Earth Science) from Simon Fraser University in 2001. Ms. Schwab has 18 years of experience in mining and mineral exploration and is the Chair of the Vancouver Mining Exploration Group (Vancouver MEG). Previously, she was a Senior Exploration Geologist for Brixton Metals, NovaCopper and Fronteer Gold, Project Manager for Riverside Resources and Project Geologist for NovaGold and Balmoral Resources. Ms. Schwab has experience exploring for a number of deposit types, including porphyry copper-gold, Carlin-style gold, sediment-hosted copper, orogenic gold, epithermal gold and VMS.
AGM at the beginning of the meeting:
To be eligible to vote at the AGM, one must be a 2021-2022 MEGS member in good standing. Memberships are available for purchase up to the start of the meeting.
The formal portion of the AGM will include the following agenda items:
- Vote on slate of directors and executive committee members;
- Financial Statements (NOTE: the financials shall be presented at the AGM)
- Adoption of the position of Vice President into the Bylaws
The Nomination Committee is putting forward the following persons for the listed positions for 2021 (below and attached):
Director & Officer nominees:
- President (Boukare Tapsoba)
- Vice President (Tezla Hayduk)
- Treasurer (William Sattlegger)
- Secretary (Shelley Alexander)
- Past President (Allan Turner)
Executive Officer/Committee(s) nominees:
- Membership and Mailings Officer: Stephanie Robillard
- Meetings and Social Events Executive: Adam Sturby
- Program Officer: Karen Anderson
- Corporate Communication and Business Development Officer: Curran Wearmouth
Kerby Centre COVID Policy/Information:
Please note in order to comply with current Alberta restrictions, everyone must show proof of vaccination or proof of a negative privately-paid test result from a sample that is taken within the prior 72 hours (Results from Alberta Health Services are not eligible for consideration for this program). Everyone will be required to wear a mask if they are not eating, and social distancing will be upheld. The maximum number of attendees is 35 to comply with regulations and social distancing.