|Adit, Past Workings, Photograph||Adit A|
|Adit, Past Workings, Photograph||Adit B|
|Adit, Past Workings, Photograph||Adit C|
Adit C Video
|Adit, Past Workings, Video Clip||Adit C Video|
|Drill Results, Video Clip||Honey Hole Significant Target|
|Old Mill, Photograph||Old Mill|
Old Mill Video
|Old Mill, Video Clip||Old Mill Video|
Michel on Controlling Features
|Lapon Canyon Claims, Video Clip||Controlling Features of Gold|
Lapon Canyon Project Upper Alteration Zones
|Lapon Canyon Claims, Video Clip||Lapon Canyon Project Upper Alteration Zones|
Significant Results LC-16-10
|Drill Results, Significant Results||LC-16-10 Drill Hole With Significant Results|
Significant Drill Results LC-15-01 to LC-15-04
|Drill Results, Significant Results||2015 Significant Drill Results LC-15-01 to LC-15-04|
Significant Drill Results LC-16-09 to LC-16-12
|Drill Results, Lapon Canyon Claims, Significant Results||2016 Significant Drill Results LC-16-09 to LC-16-12|
Significant Drill Results LC-17-13 to LC-17-23
|Drill Results, Lapon Canyon Claims, Significant Results||2017 Significant Drill Results LC-17-13 to LC-17-23|
Significant Drill Results LC-18-29 to LC-18-31
|Drill Results, Lapon Canyon Claims, Significant Results||2018 Significant Drill Results LC-18-29 to LC-18-31|
3D Over View
|Interactive 3D, Lapon Canyon Claims||3D Over View|
Lapon Canyon Past Workings
|Interactive 3D, Lapon Canyon Claims, Past Workings||Lapon Canyon, Yerington, NV 89447, USA||
The Lapon Gold Project consists of 147 claims (2940 acres) that includes Lapon Canyon, the newly acquired Pikes Peaks claims 4 kilometers to the north and the Rattlesnake Range Front claims 3 kilometers to the west and over 600 meters lower than the present drilling at Lapon Canyon. The Lapon Gold Project is situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the Lapon Project. The company owns 100% of the property with 2% net smelter royalty payable on 36 of the claims.
The Lapon Gold Project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City. Also, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces and the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington, Nevada.
The Lapon Gold Project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica, varying in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon Canyon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers.
Walker has also entered into a Purchase Agreement for the Rattlesnake Property, comprised of 15 unpatented lode claims on adjoining ground south of the Lapon project’s recently discovery range front zone. (see news release 05-21-19) These additional claims cover possible extensions of the range front zones to the south and add several additional drill target areas to the project. The Rattlesnake property contains numerous historical workings consisting of, several adits at different levels, underground workings with vertical shafts, and a network of existing roads providing access to connect all the historical workings.
Walker can purchase an undivided one hundred percent (100%) undivided interest in the Rattlesnake Property as follows: (i) $10,000.00 USD (paid) upon signing of the purchase agreement. (ii) the issuance of 900,000 common shares of the Company within 5 business days upon receiving TSX Venture Exchange Approval. The transaction is subject to TSX Venture Exchange final approval.
Walker has increased its land holdings approximately 4 kilometres north of the Lapon Project by acquiring through staking, an additional 36 claims covering the new Pikes Peak Property. The Pikes Peak Property was discovered by Company geologists, during the current detailed geological and mapping survey of the Company’s claim group and adjoining properties. The Pikes Peak property contains numerous historical workings consisting of underground workings with vertical shafts, milling facilities and a network of existing roads providing access to all the historical workings. The Pikes Peak property hosts the potential to provide a northern extension to the Lapon Canyon project’s recently discovery range front zone.
GARFIELD FLATS PROJECT
The Garfield Flats Project consists of 156 unpatented mining claims (3120 acres) that cover several past producing small scale high grade gold and copper mines, altered and mineralized zones discovered by previous geological compilations and mapping of the historical workings. Historical sampling on the project has revealed the presence of copper, bismuth, and antimony as well as pervasive lower grade gold mineralization, cut by vein structures (some previously mined) of higher grade gold. Previous induced polarization surveys also denoted the presence of significant coincident I.P. anomalies. These factors clearly demonstrate the potential of this relatively unexplored project for the discovery of significant gold mineralization.
The Garfield Flats Project is within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 60-mile-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada, located 18 miles southeast of Hawthorne, NV along U.S. Highway 95. The project has excellent year-round access and infrastructure within Mineral County, one of the most pro-mining counties in the pro-mining states and highest-grade gold districts of Nevada.
The Garfield Flats Project is located adjacent to New Range Gold Corp’s Pamlico project. In close proximity to several past producing mines including the Bodie, Aurora, Borealis, Pamlico, Evening Star, Mabel, Mindoro and Camp Douglas Mines. Held by private interests for most of its history, Garfield Flats remains very underexplored with exceptional potential for new discoveries on several exploration targets with multiple zones.
The Company has also filed an independent technical report on the Garfield Flats Project (the “GF Technical Report”) authored by Robert D. Thomas Jr. CPG, an independent Qualified Person and prepared in accordance with NI 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. The GF Technical Report is available under the Company’s profile on SEDAR at
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Michel David, BSc, President & CEO, Director
Renè Lessard, Director
Mr. Lessard is an independent sales consultant. He was the Sales Manager of Campagna Motors Inc. and T-Rex Vehicles Inc. Renè is a former director of Nemaska Lithium Inc. (TSX:NMX) and Monarques Resources Inc. (TSX:MQR).
Eugene Gauthier, P.Eng, VP of Exploration Director
Mr.Gauthier brings over 25 years of mining experience to Walker River. Mr.Gauthier has worked in production and mining for several Canadian mines, in particular Gwillim, Louvicourt, Western Quebec and Malartic southern. Mr. Gauthier is the Vice President of Exploration for the company.
Christopher J. Hobbs, CA CFO
Mr. Hobbs has worked with several public companies, accounting and securities firms in an accounting, management, director or CFO role in the past 20 years. Mr. Hobbs co-founded Pine Point Capital Advisors Inc., in January 2008 and has extensive experience in the investment banking sector. He served as a Senior Manager of KPMG LLP from 1990 to 1999. Mr. Hobbs is a member of the Chartered Accountants of Ontario and holds a bachelor of business administration degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University.
Michael Hackman, MPP, FAICD, Director
Mr. Hackman is an accomplished director and executive in the transport sector. He has considerable expertise in corporate governance, risk management, environmental safety and regulatory compliance. Mr. Hackman has advised gold mining companies in licence negotiations with Southeast Asian governments and has participated in capital raisings and public listings for companies throughout Australasia and the Pacific Rim for more than 30 years. Mr. Hackman has extensive experience with both private and Australian stock exchange-listed companies. Michael is also a former executive vice-president of Genting HK, a part of the Genting Group, one of Asia’s largest conglomerates listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. He is also a former director of DEQ Systems Inc. Mr. Hackman holds a master of politics and public policy from Macquarie University in Sydney and has studied business strategy at Harvard Business School. He also studied geology at the University of Tasmania. He is a graduate of the Royal Australian Air Force training school, a former Australian Air Force pilot and a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Earle Hall, Advisor
R. Stuart (Tookie) Angus, Advisor
Yves Caron, Geol (OGQ), MSc, Advisor
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