Located in the heart of Cobalt, Ontario
The Duncan Kerr project is located in northeastern Ontario near the town of Cobalt. This area was made famous by mineral discoveries that opened the way for the prolific Timmins and Kirkland mining camps. The area surrounding the town of Cobalt in northeastern Ontario is known for its unique geological setting responsible for a unique mineralization type composed of quartz-carbonate veins enriched in silver-cobalt-nickel-bismuth-arsenic, and to date 464.9 million oz Ag have been produced in Cobalt, ON.
The property hosts the past-producing Kerr Lake and Lawson mines, which operated between 1905 and 1966 and produced approximately 32.7 million oz Ag as well as significant cobalt as a by-product. The surrounding infrastructure includes access to a municipal road, highways, railway spurs, power, and ample fresh water supply.