Queensway Project

Queensway Project

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Overview

Exploration History

Appleton and JBP

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The Queensway covers two prominent NE trending faults that cross the property which are the vital fluid conduit allowing for the formation of gold deposits. The two fault zones are geologically best defined in the northern portion of the property but projected with geophysics to extend along the entire project

Appleton fault zone

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High grade gold system along 5 Km strike length of the Appleton Fault Zone

Significant opportunity for expansion from the existing zones along strike and at depth

Very few drill holes reach below 150 m vertical depth and significant distances exist between gold zones with no drilling

Km between zones with NO DRILLING

Four drill holes of the NFGC’s inaugural drilling program in late 2019 were along the Appleton Fault

Including a discovery hole at the Keats Zone

JBP fault zone

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High grade gold system along 3 Km strike length of the JBP Fault Zone

Significant opportunity for expansion from the existing zones along strike and at depth

Very few drill holes reach below 100 m vertical depth and significant distances exist between gold zones with no drilling

Most of the drilling has occurred along 3 Km segment out of a potential 15 Km in the northern part of the Queensway Gold Project

Drilling along the JBP Fault Zone was a primary target of the 2019 drilling program