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The CIM Vancouver Branch is pleased to invite you to our February Afternoon session


Keynote Speaker: Danette Schwab

Title: An introduction to the Hog Heaven Ag-Au-Cu project, NW Montana, USA, An advanced Exploration Project.


Date: February 15th, 2018

Location: Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront, Tuscany Room

Reception Start Time: 3:00pm

Presentation Start Time: ~3:45pm


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Ms. Schwab is a Professional Geoscientist registered in British Columbia. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree (Earth Science) from Simon Fraser University in 2001. Ms. Schwab has 16 years experience in mining and mineral exploration, and is a former Senior Exploration Geologist for NovaCopper and Fronteer Gold (acquired by Newmont for $2.3B in 2011), former Project Manager for Riverside Resources and Project Geologist for NovaGold and Balmoral Resources. Ms. Schwab has experience exploring for and advancing discoveries at a number of deposits, many of them world-class, including Galore Creek (alkalic Cu-Au porphyry), Bornite (sediment-hosted copper), Long Canyon (Carlin-style gold), Eskay Creek and Arctic (VMS) as well as orogenic gold and epithermal gold.


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Hog Heaven is a high-sulphidation, silver-gold epithermal vein-breccia deposit with historical high-grade silver production. The property is located in Flathead County, 55 miles south-southwest of the town of Kalispell, in northwest Montana. The Hog Heaven project represents a high-grade Ag-Au-Cu-Pb-Zn underground opportunity where gold and base metals add significant value on a silver equivalent basis. The Hog Heaven mine historically (1928 – 1975) produced 6.7M oz Ag at an average grade of 29 troy ounces of Ag per ton, 3,000 oz Au, 23M lbs Pb, 0.6M lbs Cu from 230,000 tons and an additional 49,700 tons grading 9.35 troy ounces of Ag per ton. The ore was shipped directly to smelters (1929-1946). The project received focused historical exploration and technical work including a pre-NI-43101 Feasibility Study completed in 1988. Brixton Metals will present an update on our data review and exploration plans for 2018.

Note: If you have any questions or concern about this event please don’t hesitate to contact me at neda.mining@yahoo.com

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