|Location: 50 km northwest of Nelson, British Columbia.
Ownership: 100% of the Sandon Mining Complex and related properties.
Minerals: Silver, with associated lead and zinc.
Overview: The Slocan Mining District has produced more than 24 million ounces of silver since the first discoveries in the late 1800s transformed this scenic wilderness into the silver-mining center of Western Canada. Klondike Silver is now the dominant land-holder of the camp. Along with the 100-tonne-per-day permitted flotation mill in historic Sandon, the Company owns the past-producing Silvana, Wonderful and Hinckley Mines, seven other dormant mines and extensive exploration properties. This land package has seen little modern exploration because of the previous fragmented ownership of the claims and the presence of overburden.
Next Steps: Future exploration programs will use advanced geophysical, geochemical and other modern exploration techniques to explore for extensions of known near-surface veins and new vein-hosted targets obscured by overburden.
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