The Robelin(Kuujjuaqù) Property / Northern Labrador (Québec)
- The Robelin property consists of 78 claims totaling 36 km2 and is situated 85 km ESE from the town of Kuujjuaq (NTS sheets 24F12 and 13 in the Churchill Province.
- The property is covered by a large magnetic anomaly and contains or is surrounded by more than 50 showings of zinc, copper, silver, nickel, palladium, platinum and gold.
- This magnetic anomaly is situated at the contact between volcanic and sedimentary rocks which has been traced over a distance of 500 m.
- Several mineral showings were uncovered on the property (including the Boylen showing) where pyrite, pyrrhotite, graphite, magnetite, chalcopyrite and sphalerite were found with results of up to 5 g/t gold and 1.1 % Zn.