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Update from the property
Members of International Kirkland’s exploration staff have been on the ground at the Creelman-Roberts Uranium property recently conducting ground truthing. This process consists of walking the property with handheld scintillometers and performing surface observations and measurements to confirm readings from our recent airborne radiometric surveys.
The Creelman-Roberts Uranium Property is located about 50 km north of Sudbury, Ontario. Past surface sampling, trenching, and shaft sinking between 1959 and 1972 revealed uranium mineralization in the
Mississagi Formation which is the similar sedimentary formation that hosts uranium mineralization in the Elliot Lake Uranium Camp, located 125 km to the southwest.
The Rupert River Uranium property is underlain by major north-east-southwest trending package of gneisses and granitoids, including pegmatites, historically known for their anomalous radioactive content, numerous circular and planar faults and structural features, according to a Quebec government survey. This style of mineralization model is not too different from that of the uranium vein mineralization of the French Massif, France, Bancroft, Ontario and Crackingstone Peninsula, Saskatchewan (Gunnar-type mineralization). In addition, the Rossing Deposit in Namibia is ssociated to gneisses and granites crosscut by faults and pegmatites.
The Cosby Gold property, IKI’s latest property acquisition, is located 60km east – northeast of Timmins, Ontario.
The property is comprised of 45 claim units in Walker Township, Ontario and consists of felsic, mafic and ultramafic volcanic units within the Kidd-Munro Assemblage. Previous work by AMAX, Falconbridge and Cosby includes magnetometer, VLFEM, HLEM, geology and geochemical surveys and five diamond drill holes.