A growing Canadian exploration company

Northern Ontario: Gold - Diamonds – Nickel – Uranium - VMS Base Metals

Canadian Orebodies Inc. Profile

Canadian Orebodies Inc. (TSXV:CO) is a junior natural resource exploration and development company with its mineral properties located in Canada.

The Company is dedicated to its properties and prides themselves on the extensive research they devote to them. Canadian's management team is the foundation for the company which brings together diverse, knowledgeable members with decades of exploration and development experience.

The Company is currently evaluating several exploration projects situated in northern Ontario.

McFaulds Lake 'Ring of Fire'

Canadian Orebodies has established a large property portfolio in the McFaulds Lake "Ring of Fire" comprising of 17 land packages. Orebodies acquired interest in the area total 3,975 claim units covering over 62,000 Hectares of land which represent similar geology to that of the spectacular Noront Eagle One Discovery in the James Bay Lowlands. Airborne surveys have been flown over all of the properties identifying numerous high priority targets. Ground geophysics is currently being conducted and the priority targets are being brought to the drill ready stage.

Coral Rapids

Diamonds, Uranium, VMS Base Metals and High-Calcium Limestone Potential. The Coral Rapids Property is located approximately 130 km north of the town of Smooth Rock Falls. Logistically the property is in a very advantageous area with both rail and power lines running directly through the property, with much of the property being accessible year round by road.


Host to the historic Shenango Gold Mine and a known low-grade gold horizon with values of 1 to 4 grams per ton of gold over 4 to 30 meter widths along a minimum strike distance of 3 to 4 kilometres. This was proved up by Falconbridge Exploration Ltd. in the mid-1980's by means of an extensive shallow drilling program. No subsequent drilling was carried out to evaluate these felsic volcaniclastic units at depth or to the west.

Last changed at 13-Dec-2008 10:45AM by Highgrader