In 2009 and 2010, Adventure Gold acquired a 100% interest in the Sinclair-Bruneau property, located 45 kilometres south-east of Matagami, Quebec. The property consists of 87 mining titles for a total of 4,480 hectares and is adjacent to the property which contains the Discovery Gold Deposit, less than 2 kilometres to the south-east.
The property contains several deformation zones associated with the Casa Berardi-Cameron fault over a length of 8 km and the presence of alkaline intrusion, favourable host rock to be associated with gold mineralization like Douay deposit, Duparquet and Kirkland Lake mining camps. Historical drilling work intersected gold bearing mineralization close to surface returning: 3.1 g/t Au on 4.6m and 2.4 g/t Au on 2.7m (core length - MRNF SIGEOM Database) . Gold bearing mineralization observed corresponds to strongly pyritized and carbonatised zones located in contact with sheared andesite injected of quartz porphyry dykes. In addition, a network of gold anomalous quartz veins hosted in a sheared gabbro dyke, strongly altered in biotite and carbonates was followed for more than 1.5 km (MRNF - GM 56086). These typical alteration and mineralization zones in the Discovery gold system environment represent high priority drilling targets.