Sudbury Camp JV with Lonmin
Wallbridge has nine projects in Sudbury being explored for copper and PGEs in the Sudbury Camp Joint Venture (SCJV) currently funded by Lonmin Plc.
The SCJV properties include a number of Cu-Ni-PGE occurrences discovered by Wallbridge as well as prospective geology and geophysical anomalies adjacent to active mining areas in Sudbury.
Recent exploration on the SCJV properties has focused on the following:
- Following up the high grade Trill Ni-Cu-PGE showing discovered by Wallbridge on the Trill property which included 6.41 g/t Pt + Pd + Au, 0.79 % Cu and 1.20 % Ni over 10.3 metres intersected in drill hole WTR-012 and 8.11 g/t Pt + Pd + Au, 1.01 % Cu and 0.81 % Ni over 8.76 metres intersected in drill hole WTR-028;
- Exploring favourable Sudbury breccia structures on the Skynner Lake property between Vale's Victor-Capre project and KGHM International's Podolsky mine on the East Range; and
- Evaluating a large unexplored section of the basal contact of the Sudbury Igneous Complex at the Windy Lake property, adjacent to numerous deposits, active mines and past producing mines in the Onaping-Levack area.