100% owned by LiVE Energy Minerals Corp. (LiVE) the Skygold Project is located within the Cariboo Placer Region which was the highest producing placer gold camp in British Columbia and still is to this day.
Gold in BC, Canada
The Skygold Property is located approximately 25 kilometers southeast of Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, within the Omineca Mining Division. The Property consists of 3 mineral claims totaling 5,732 hectares, which have exploration potential for certain types of gold deposits, as evidenced by historical and recent exploration conducted on the Property.
The Property lies within the Quesnel Terrane, part of the Intermontane Belt, a composite of low metamorphic grade magmatic arc segments of mixed oceanic and continental affinities, and oceanic plates, which amalgamated to the North American continental margin in the Early Jurassic Period.
The claim area is underlain by Triassic-Jurassic marine black sedimentary rocks, volcaniclastics and volcanics of the Nicola Group which are intruded by granitic rocks of the St. Marie Plutonic Suite.
Gold mineralization in the property area is thought to be associated to these intrusions and also is recognized to be proximal to interpreted regional scale faulting.
LiVE Energy Minerals ("LiVE") sampling campaign confirmed historic elevations of gold occurring in soil and till. Further investigation has provided indications on the potential source location for the gold by analyzing the gold grains angularity. The more angular, the closer to the source.
LiVE is currently planning follow up work leading up to a planned drilling campaign.
Historical exploration and 2019 exploration activities completed by LiVE have successfully outlined two areas of anomalous gold-in-soil and gold-in-till geochemistry. The source(s) of the anomalous gold have not yet been discovered and form the bases of exploration targeting on the Property. Two exploration targets, herein designated soil anomaly “A” and soil anomaly “B” warrant further exploration. The Skygold Property has potential to host one or more structurally-hosted gold-quartz vein deposits, sediment-hosted vein deposits and/or porphyry copper - gold deposits.
Adrian Smith, P.Geo., is the qualified person for the Company as defined in the National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed the technical information presented within this page.