NICKEL-COPPER MASSIVE SULPHIDE PROJECT
Located 130 km North of Havre St. Pierre, Quebec and~12 km north of the Romaine IV Hydroelectric Dam, the land holdings have recently been increased to 625.9 km2 through a combination of staking and acquisition.
The Tyee Claims cover the Havre St. Pierre anorthosite complex, which contains known nickel, copper and PGE occurrences. The Tyee claims cover some of the most anomalous sediment samples in the complex, and are adjacent to several massive sulphide occurrences that were first drilled in 2022. Intersects include 9.3m of 0.43% nickel and 0.17% Cu (Mineralization outside of Tyee’s tenure is not indicative of mineralization within Tyee’s tenure).
A distinct magnetic anomaly is present within the claims, which could represent a mafic to ultramafic feeder to the surrounding anorthosite (magnetic low). This feature will be a key focus for exploration as these types of feeders and conduits are prospective for nickel-copper sulphide cumulate systems.
- The company has retained SkyTEM for an EM survey to identify possible massive sulphides over the entire project area.
*Mineralization outside Gama’s tenure is not indicative of mineralization within Gama’s tenure.