Radisson is located on the Eeyou-Istchee-James Bay Territory, a vast area in west-central Québec. The area is in the early stages of exploration since the initial discovery of the Eléonore Mine in 2004, which lies eighty (80) kilometres southeast. The property is just beginning to reveal its mineral potential. The property consists of 86 claims which were acquired in 2011 from a third party under an option agreement. The fifty (50) square kilometer (5,000 hectares) property has 15 kilometers of strike-length over very favourable geology and is now owned 100% by LaSalle.
Blakelock is a highly attractive exploration target covering 15 kilometres of the prolific Casa Berardi Deformation Zone. Previous shallow drilling has yielded high-grade gold intersections. There is potential is to discover a multi million-ounce gold deposit as evidenced by the gold intersections to date, bedrock geology and the producing districts surrounding the property.
Blakelock is located in the northern portion of the Abitibi greenstone belt (Abitibi) in northeastern Ontario, 60 kilometres west of the Casa Berardi gold mine, which is currently operated by Hecla Mining Co. The Detour Lake gold mine (Kirkland Lake Gold) is located 50 kilometres north and the Timmins gold camp is located 150 kilometres to the southwest. The property is 100% owned by LaSalle subject to $400,000 in exploration expenditures which is expected to be completed this year.
The Egan Property covers an area of 4,720 hectares and is strategically located near three actively producing gold mining camps: Timmins (70M oz); Kirkland Lake (42M oz); and Alamos’ Young Davidson Gold Mine near Matachewan (3M oz). These camps are some of the world’s richest gold mining camps with total production to date of greater than 115M oz and are all located in the Abitibi greenstone belt (Abitibi) of northeastern Ontario.
LaSalle’s Selbaie Property was acquired by map staking to cover the southeastern contact of the Brouillan Batholith. The property includes 14 claims, 100% held by LaSalle in the northern Abitibi greenstone belt (Abitibi) located 12 kilometres east of the historic Selbaie Mine.
Extensive experience and knowledge of the mining sector is utilized at all stages.
Define exploration opportunity, maintain ownership, source well-financed partners.
LaSalle leverages the Board and Management’s strong leadership skill sets and broad-based experience.
Focused on the search for gold within carefully selected regions on Ontario and Québec.