Welcome To The GGL Diamond HUB On AGORACOM
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GGL’s exploration prospects consist of:
- Nickel, volcanogenic massive sulphides (VMS), gold and diamonds in the Northwest Territories and
- Gold/copper in British Columbia.
Claims total 666,198 acres in the Northwest Territories and 12,054 acres in British Columbia. (Claims information as of Feb. 26, 2008)
- GGL has a 100% interest in 352,085** acres of claims, now known as the Providence Greenstone Belt (or PGB), which cover an area 120 km in length and up to 30 km in width. (**This figure does not include acres announced in Feb. 25, 2008 news release.)
- GGL has a 100% interest in the McConnell Creek porphyry copper and gold property – approximately 4,800 hectares (12,054.36 acres) located in the highly mineralized Quesnel Trough in north-central British Columbia, 15 km south of the Kemess South gold-copper mine.
Three large project areas in the Northwest Territories:
- The Doyle Lake project area consists of three distinct projects: the 100% GGL-owned “Doyle project”, covering a diamondiferous kimberlite dyke; the New Century claims; and the Doyle joint venture with De Beers adjacent to the Gahcho Kue diamond mine development.
- The 100% GGL-owned CH project claims are located south and west of the Ekati and Diavik diamond mines. The Bishop diamondiferous kimberlite pipe and numerous other promising targets are located here.
- The Fishback property, 100% GGL-owned, where drilling and exploration activities suggest a cluster of kimberlites.