Wydee Gold Property
The Wydee Project is located approximately 6 kilometres west-northwest of the town of Matachewan, Ontario, 60 kilometres west of Kirkland Lake and 50 Kilometres south-southeast of Timmins, Ontario. The eastern boundary of the Wydee project is located 6 kilometres northwest of Alamos Gold’s Young Davidson Mine. The Young Davidson Mine complex also includes a fully operational 10,000 tons per day mill.
Geologically, the property is located in the Archean Abitibi Greenstone Belt and is mainly underlain by steeply dipping mafic to intermediate volcanic rocks, that are intruded by ultramafic to felsic intrusions of various sizes. The eastern part of the property covers an 8 kilometres E-W strike along the Galer Branch Deformation Zone, a splay of the Larder Lake Cadillac Deformation Zone.
The property hosts numerous gold occurrences that remain largely underexplored. Mineralization mostly consists of visible gold in narrow quartz veins, as well as associated with disseminated pyrite within or at contacts to altered syenitic intrusions.