Overview

Skeena Resources Limited is focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of prospective base and precious metal properties in the famous Golden Triangle region of northwest British Columbia, a highly mineralized, mining friendly region containing over 900 mineral occurrences. The Golden Triangle hosts world class metal deposits including the past-producing, high-grade Eskay Creek mine (Barrick Gold), the newly built Red Chris copper-gold mine (Imperial Metals), the Brucejack high-grade gold mine now under construction (Pretivm), and the KSM (Seabridge), Galore Creek (Teck-NovaGold), and Schaft Creek (Teck) porphyry deposits. Skeena is advancing three exciting projects in this region, the past-producing, high-grade Snip gold project, the Spectrum-GJ gold-copper porphyry and the past-producing, high-grade silver Porter-Idaho project.

Project Locations - British Columbia's Golden Triangle Area

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Snip Project

Snip Project

  • Reclaimed former high-grade producer located in northwest British Columbia.
  • From 1991-1999 Snip produced 1.1 million ounces of gold at an average grade of 27.5 g/t.
  • Excellent available infrastructure, including an airstrip, a new nearby hydro development, and proximity to power and roads.
  • Ron Netolitzky, Chairman of Skeena, was instrumental in developing the deposit and is intimately familiar with the area and its history.
  • Surface drilling completed in 2016, with underground drilling expected to commence in 2017.
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Spectrum-GJ

Spectrum-GJ

  • 43,410-hectare gold-copper property consisting of 93 contiguous mineral claims situated approximately 30 km west of Imperial Metals’ Red Chris Mine in northwest British Columbia.
  • The property consists of two separate mineral resources that will combine to form an NI 43-101 Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA), expected to be released in April, 2017.
  • Infrastructure is excellent as the property is crossed by Highway 37 and the new 287 kV Northwest Transmission Line.
  • Current contained mineral resource (measured, indicated & inferred) of 3.17 million ounces of gold, 1.33 billion pounds of copper and 4.62 million ounces of silver*.
*see Spectrum-GJ project page for more details
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Porter-Idaho

Porter-Idaho

  • 100% owned high-grade silver asset consisting of 46 Crown-granted mineral claims covering the past-producing, underground Prosperity – Porter Idaho – Silverado workings, located beside the town of Stewart in northwest British Columbia.
  • 2.2 million ounces of silver at an average grade of 73.8 oz/ton (2,542 g/t Ag) produced from 1929-1931.
  • Current historical, indicated mineral resource contains 11.0 million ounces of silver @ 25.2 oz/ton (868 g/t Ag) with an additional 1.7 million ounces of silver grading 17.3 oz/ton (595 g/t Ag) in the inferred category**.
  • Two known silver-bearing vein systems approximately 2,000 metres apart that are intimately associated as splays off the well-delineated Silverado Fault and remain open at depth.

**see Porter-Idaho project page for more details

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