Recent Airborne Geophysics to Guide Future Exploration
An extensive airborne geophysics survey conducted by Geotech Ltd of Aurora, Ontario, for Northaven Resources Corp. in 2011 indicates that mine mineralization occurs at a flexure in a previously reported geophysical linear structure which continues several kilometres to the south and over 5 kilometres to the northwest to the Allco silver showings including 4 well defined high potential linear targets correlating with the mineralogy and structural orientation of the Allco, Snowflake and Regal Silver mines. The mineralogy and structural orientation of the Allco, Snowflake and Regal Silver also appear to be similar to that of Huakan International Mining Inc’s J&L project located to the north, and on a similar geophysical trend line. The J&L is reporting a 43-101-compliant resource of 8,227,000 tonnes containing a combined 1,318,600 troz gold, 17,86,995 troz silver, 2.17% lead and 3.76% zinc. Northaven was unable to conduct further, follow up exploration work on the property and forfeited the claims. Northhaven’s loss is now Affinity’s opportunity.