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Interested In Investing?

5

properties

62

current shareholders

8.2 mil

Private Capital raised by Management

50 +

Years of experience

Why Invest?

Fundamentals

  • Successful and experienced team
  • Major new evolving target-rich district in Western Alaska with growing porphyry Cu, oxide Au-Ag, and poly-metallic Pb-Zn-Ag resources
  • Initial Au-Ag Resource at Illinois Creek in October 2019. Initial Cu resources for Round Top anticipated in 2020 Q2
  • Diversification of commodities in multiple properties allow numerous monetization paths
  • Clearly defined corporate strategy and exit scenario
  • Click to see WAC&G’s 2020 Corporate Summary

Metals & Potential

  • Round Top drilling from 2016 – 2019 defined a significant enriched chalcocite/covellite deposit in a high level litho-cap overlying a major porphyry system
  • Significant gold and silver oxide resources also exist (322.000 oz AuEq indicated and 102.000 oz AuEq inferred as of Oct 1 2019) at the historic Illinois Creek mine and are open to expansion
  • Significant high grade gold intervals in excess of 1 opt Au have also been encountered at the Honker low-sulfidation vein and are ready for drill definition
  • Major zinc-lead-silver (Zn-Pb-Ag) replacement mineralization has been encountered in the adjacent carbonate stratigraphy at both porphyry systems, and has received only limited exploration
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Infrastructure, Title & Land

  • WAC&G effectively controls the entire Illinois Creek district comprising 35,520 acres or 55.5 sq mi 
    • 100% owned Round Top, TG North, and Honker claims
    • 100% interest in Illinois Creek and Waterpump Creek via the Illinois Creek Joint Venture
  • All claims and development infrastructure are on Alaska state lands
  • Support for development from various Alaska state agencies including:
    • Alaska Industrial Development & Export Authority (AIDEA)
    • Department of Natural Resources
  • Cost-effective exploration infrastructure already in place
    • Illinois Creek mine camp
    • Road network
    • 4400 ft airstrip
  • Some of the lowest drill costs in Alaska
    • 2017 direct drill + camp and transportation costs = $288/m
    • 2018 drill camp costs = $334/m
  • <$100K annual holding costs
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