Klondike Silver Corp. is exploring a unique silver-zinc-lead project in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. The Slocan Mining Camp is a brownfields project in 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.
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Large land package in a prolific past-producing area
Klondike Silver are advancing multiple projects in a large land package that includes 68 past-producing silver, lead zinc mines.
Existing, on-site mill
The Sandon mill is a nominal 100-ton (90.7 metric tonne) facility. It is a standard crushing, grinding flotation system that produces a zinc and lead concentrate.
A politically stable and mining-friendly jurisdiction
The Silver Mine Project is located in mining-friendly British Columbia, Canada near main population centres. British Columbia is an important mining province and is Canada’s largest producer of coal, copper and molybdenum. Other important metals and minerals include gold, silver, zinc, and lead.
Committed management team
Klondike Silver’s management team is committed to moving the project forward and increasing shareholder value. Klondike Silver is committed to the principles of factual, balanced and complete disclosure.
Decades of public company and mineral exploration experience
Klondike Silver's management has decades of mineral exploration and public company experience. The company’s advisory team has a proven track record of mineral discovery and mine development in North America. Most notably, the Belmoral Mine in Quebec and the Hemlo Mine in Ontario are considered to be their biggest finds.