About Slave Lake

Our company was developed for public exposure when an opportunity to partner with the holders of a very exciting zinc, lead, copper property, with potential significant silver credits, was made available to our group of experienced mining investors.

The property is located in the South Slave Region of the Northwest Territories, 185 km southeast of Yellowknife at O'Connor Lake. With very high grades, and no work having been done on the project since 1952, it became evident very quickly that we had the potential for a significant zinc/lead-based project to advance.  We believe that the O'Connor Project will be the “core” to a more substantial mining company, that is: Slave Lake Zinc

Some Highlights from the property that made the decision to go public very easy:

  • target deposit not limited along strike or at depth by earlier exploration

  • geophysical survey work by SLZ suggests a strike extent

  • likely confirmation of deposit type based on conclusion of Prusti PhD (1953-4) as a low temperature hydro-thermal origin deposit

With the prices of zinc and lead maintaining a combined $2.00 U.S./lb or more for the last two years it was an easy decision to pursue a listing. We believe the potential for Slave lake Zinc merits the faith we have in the O'Connor Lake Project as a stand-alone public corporation.


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