Klondike Silver Corp. has one of the most unique zinc-silver-lead projects in Canada. The Slocan Mining Camp is a brownfields project in southeastern British Columbia, a safe and stable jurisdiction. The project has an active Mine Permit, a 100 ton per day mill and a licenced tailings pond facility. The mill is 1.5 hours from Teck Corp.’s Trail lead-zinc smelter. Once additional economic mineralization is identified, production can start almost immediately.

What sets Klondike’s projects apart?

  • Klondike is connected to the BC Hydro Electrical Grid – providing a reliable source of power.

  • Klondike has an active mining licence (M-65) and licensed tailing facility.

  • Access to labour in nearby New Denver, B.C.

  • The Teck Corporation Trail Lead-Zinc Smelter is 138 KM from the Klondike mill.

British Columbia, Canada, is politically stable and mining friendly.

Committed to moving the project forward and increasing shareholder value.

Combining years of public company and mineral exploration experience.

The history of the Sandon mining camp meets the twenty first century.