High-grade Silver, Zinc, and Lead Advanced stage of development Prairie Creek Mine-NWT
Largest Shareholder Vatukoula Gold Mine (680,000 oz Reserves, 4.3 million oz Resource)
Canadian Zinc Corporation is a Toronto listed junior exploration company, trading under the symbol CZN. The company’s main project is the Prairie Creek Silver & Zinc mine in Canada. The Company has an experienced Executive and Board based in Vancouver BC.
Canadian Zinc’s long-term aim is to bring the 100%-owned Prairie Creek Mine in the Mackenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories into production at the earliest possible date.
The mine, which has a fascinating history, is a silver and base metals property already in the advanced stages of development, with substantial resources of high-grade silver, zinc, and lead. Exposures of mineralized vein structures, which overly thicker Stratabound mineralization, both of which are included in the present resource, are known to occur over a distance of 16 KM's through the property.
Our Mission Statement
To bring value to our shareholders through the development of advanced Precious and Base Metals projects.
The Company's principle focus is its efforts to advance the Prairie Creek Mine, a zinc/lead/silver property located in the Northwest Territories of Canada, towards production. The Prairie Creek Mine is partially developed with an existing 1,000 tonne per day mill and related infrastructure.
NI 43-101 Report indicates that the Prairie Creek Property host Measured and Indicated Resources of 5,840,329 tonnes grading 10.71% zinc, 9.90% lead, 161.12 grams silver per tonne and 0.326% copper.
In addition, the Report confirms a large Inferred Resource of 5,541,576 tonnes grading 13.53% zinc, 11.43% lead, 215 grams per tonne silver and 0.514% copper and additional exploration potential.
"Canadian Zinc Corporation's Prairie Creek Mine is a unique opportunity - a property with a long history and a great future - a mine that is 25 years old but never operated."