Kenora Gold Project
The Kenora Gold Project represents four separate properties made up of 19 mining claim blocks comprised of 182 units for an area of 7,280 hectares. The properties are situated in the Wabigoon sub-province and located approximately 20 km east of the Town of Kenora.
The Kenora Gold Project represents an area of historic mining during the 19th and early 20th century and has seen little exploration since that time. During its time of production, the area accounted for 55% of gold production in Ontario. Geologically the properties occur near the boundary of the English River and Wabigoon sub-provinces. Gold occurrences on the Project are typically high-grade and associated with regionally extensive shear zones, as well as dilational breccias.
Wholly owned by Canstar, the Miminiska Lake gold property located east of Pickle Lake in northwestern Ontario hosts high grade gold and visible gold in a geological setting directly analogous to Placer Dome’s plus 200,000 ounce per year Musselwhite Mine in the same general area. Soil sampling in 2003 identified a large gold anomaly on the property.
The Slate Bay Property is comprised of 8 contiguous patented claims covering 128 hectares, located approximately 10 kilometres north of the town of Red Lake, Ontario, within the Red Lake greenstone belt. In April 2019, Canstar sold its 75% interest in the Slate Bay project to Angus Ventures (TSXV:GUS) for $30,000 cash and 70,000 common shares of Angus Ventures.