The Casgrain property (155 mining claims for 8,593 hectares) spans more than 24 km of the Massicotte-Grasset deformation break, a gold structure which encompasses many gold intersections with values of 7.7 g/t Au over 7.2m (core length), 4.8 g/t Au over 13.3m (core length) and 24.1 g/t Au over 2.5m (core length) on the adjacent property to the west (MRNF - SIGEOM Database). This property also encloses the section of the deformation break known as Lower Detour Lake and its junction with the Massicotte Fault. A historical drill hole intersected 18.3 g/t Au over 1.1m (core length) on the eastern sector of the Casgrain property (MRNF - SIGEOM Database).
A compilation of the till geochemical survey on the entire Detour Lake sector indicated the presence of gold anomalies ranging between 1.0 g/t Au and 3.6 g/t Au (MRNF - SIGEOM Database). Following the dispersal train towards the south-east, historical drill-hole positions have outlined two distinct bedrock sources. The first sector is located to the south-west and is associated with the Lower Detour Lake deformation zone. The second sector is in the north-west section where the bedrock source likely corresponds to a deformation zone bordering on a felsic intrusion.
This property also presents a high potential for discovery of massive sulphide volcanogenic deposits ("VMS"). Diamond drilling in 1970, defined a felsic centre of over 4.5 km in length. To the top of the felsic centre, exhalative horizons which are highly anomalous in copper and zinc and ranging up to 1.8% Cu, 2.0% Zn and 7.8 g/t Ag over 1.0m (core length), were observed (MRNF - SIGEOM Database). Isolated Megatem anomalies located to the top of felsic centre have remained un-tested and represent future drilling targets.