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  • Ground Magnetic Geophysical Survey

    St. Paul Bay Property

    Dome, Fairlie, Baird and Heyson Townships

    Red Lake Area, Ontario

    NTS 52 N/4

    For: Teck Cominco Limited

    Tracy Campbell

    February 11,2003 Kamloops, BC

    'RECEIVED FEB 1 ^ 2903

    6EOSCIENCF ASSESSMENT _____ OFFICE,————.

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Introduction

    Geophysical Survey

    Cost Statement

    Statement of Qualifications

    List of Figures

    Figure 1 Location Map

    Figure 2 Claim Configuration Map

    Figure 3 Magnetometer Grid with Station Readings, 1:2500

    Figure 4 Contoured Magnetometer Map, 1:2500

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    Appendices

    Appendix 1 GSM 19 System Specifications

  • Ground Magnetic Geophysical Survey St Paul Bay Property

    Red Lake Area, Ontario

    Introduction

    At the request of Teck Cominco Limited, Mtec Geophysics Inc. established 23.150 km of grid and conducted a magnetometer geophysical survey on the St Paul Bay property.

    The St Paul Bay property is located 5 km west of Red Lake, Ontario as shown in figure 1. The claims are mainly covered by the waters of Red Lake. Land portions of the property can be accessed via the Buffalo Mines road off of Hwy 105 southwest of Red Lake or via boat on Red Lake.

    The St Paul Bay property is owned by Dave Meunier, Box 1624, South Porcupine, Ontario. The property is comprised of 12 unpatented Mining Claims as follows. Claim configuration is shown in Figure 2.

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    KRL 775725 KRL 775726 KRL 775727 KRL 775728

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    Geophysical Survey

    From January 28 to February 6, 2003, a ground magnetics survey was conducted on the St Paul Bay property. Grid establishment and magnetometer survey were performed by Mtec Geophysics Inc. of Murillo Ontario supervised by Mike Milani. The survey was designed to define potential north - south trending mineralizing structures within the St Paul Bay property.

    The ground magnetic survey was performed using a GEM System GSM-19 model magnetometer. This magnetometer has a sensitivity of 0.015 nanoTesla. A base station magnetometer was utilized to correct for diurnal drift, and two magnetometers were used to take reading every five metres along the lines. A total of 22,330 metres of line were surveyed, including tie and baselines. This accounts for roughly 4,500 readings. Station readings are plotted in Figure 3 and contoured data is shown in Figure 4.

    St. Paul's Bay is underlain by a series of volcanic rocks, mostly mafic and ultramafic in composition. There is also a granitic body which has been mapped in the area. The high magnetic values represent magnetite in ultramafic rocks relatively near to the surface. The ultramafic unit crosses the property in an

  • approximately east-west direction and is broken up by many fault structures, some obviously post mineralization, and some possibly syn-mineralization. The geological model used for exploration on this property has mineralized rocks along the contact between the ultramafic rocks and bounding mafic rocks, in areas of structural complexity. The syn-mineralization structures are thought to destroy magnetite in the ultramafic rocks through hydrothermal alteration, therefore areas of magnetite destruction in close relationship with the mafic- ultramafic contact are considered to be prospective.

    There are two main corridors of interest on the property. The first main zone of interest is on the west side of the survey area, between 435480 east, 5652200 north and 435600 east, 5652400 north. The second area of interest is between 436400 east, 5652400 north and 436500 east, 5652250 north. Where these corridors cross the mafic/ultramafic contact zone should be drill tested for prospective mineralized zones.

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    TOWNSHIP / AREA PLAN

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    ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICTS l DIVISIONS

    Mining Division Red Lake Land Titles/Registry Division KENORA Ministry of Natural Resources District RED LAKE

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    LAND TENURE WITHDRAWALS

    IMPORTANT NOTICES

    LAND TENURE WITHDRAWAL DESCRIPTIONS

    General Information and Li

    ST. PAUL BAY PROPERTY

    LOCATION

    RED LAKE AREA, ONTARIO

    Figure 1

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    ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICTS ( DIVISIONS

    Mining Division Red Lake Land Tilles'Registiy Division KENORA Ministry of Natural Resources District RED LAKE

    LEGEND

    ST. PAUL BAY PROPERTY

    CLAIMS

    RED LAKE AREA, ONTARIO

    Figure 2

  • Cost Statement

    Mob/Demob S 500.00

    Grid Establishment Mtec Geophysics Inc. S 5,159.37

    Magnetometer Survey Mtec Geophysics Inc. S 2,662.25

    Data Analysis Tracy Campbell, S 800.00

    TOTAL__________________________S 9.121.62

  • Statement of Qualifications

    l, Tracy John Campbell, do certify that

    l am a Professional Geophysicist registered with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia, registration number 20276.

    l graduated from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics and Mathematics.

    l have been employed as a geophysicist continuously for the last 15 years.

    The data contained in this report and conclusions drawn from it are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge.

    Tracy J. Campbell ; , Senior Geophysic'tsiV^;^;X Teck Cominco Limited Kamloops, British Columbia

  • Appendix 1

    Equipment Specifications

  • Performance

    Resolution: Relative Sensitivity: Absolute Accuracy: Range: Gradient Tolerance:

    Std. Magnetometer: With 3 VLF stations: Base Station: Gradiometer: With 3 VLF stations:

    Manual:

    Base Station:

    Walking:

    Hip Chain:

    Remote Control: Input/Output:

    Power Consumption:

    Overhauser 0.01 nT 0.02 nT 0.2 nT 20,000 to 120,000 nT Over 10,000 nT/m

    Proton 0.01 nT 0.2 nT InT 20,000 to 120,000 nT Over 7,000 nT/m

    Storage Capacity (readings) Overhauser 32,000 to 131,000 12,000 to 58,000 170,000 to 700,000 25,000 to 110,000 12,000 to 46,000

    Proton 16,000 to 32,000 6,000 to 12,000 84,000 to 170,000 12,000 to 25,000 6,000 to 12,000

    Operating Modes Cooidinates, time, date and reading stored automatically at a minimum 3

    l second interval.. ;; s^||p:^';:. ^ ;; *f.;* [^. Tune, date and reading stored at 3 to 60 second interval (higher speeds available). Time, date and reading stored at coordinates of fiducial with 0.5, l or 2 second cycle time. Equidistant coordinates, time, date and reading stored automatically. Distance interval of readings is programmable. Optional remote control using RS-232 interface. RS-232 or analog (optional) output using 6 pin weatherproof connector.

    Operating Parameters Only 2 Ws per reading for Overhauser, and 12 Ws per reading for Proton magnetometer. Will operate continuously for 45 hours on standby.

    Power Source: 12V 2.6 Ah sealed lead acid battery standard, other batteries available. Operating Temperature: Overhauser: -50"C to 4-60"C. Proton: -400C to +600C.

    Dimensions:

    Weight:

    Performance:

    Measurement:

    Features:

    Dimensions:

    Dimensions and Weight * Console 223 x 69 x 240 mm. * Sensor 170 x 71 mm diameter cylinder. Omnidirectional sensor 180 x 80mm. * Console 2. l kg. * Sensor and staff assembly 2.0 kg.

    A Standard package includes a console with batteries, harness, battery charger, case, sensor with 2m cable, and staff.

    Omnidirectional VLF Resolution Q.5% and range to +J- 20096 of total field. Frequency 15 to 30 kHz. Vertical in-phase 6c out-of-phase as a percentage of total field, 2 horizontal components, coordinates, date, and time. Up to 3 stations measured automatically, in-field data review, displays station field strength continuously, and tilt correction for up to +J- 100 tilts. 160 x 150 x 150 mm and weighs only 1.3 kg.

  • ONTMIO MINISTRY OF NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT AND MINES Work Report Summary

    Transaction No: W0320. 00259

    Recording Date: 2003-FEB-14

    Approval Date: 2003-FEB-20

    Client(s):

    169976 MEUNIER, DAVID

    Survey Type(s):

    LC

    Status: APPROVED

    Work Done from: 2003-JAN-28

    to: 2003-FEB-06

    MAG

    Work Report Details:

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    External Credits:

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