The Georgina Property consists of one mineral claim covering 2,069 hectares, located approximately 20 km south of the coastal town of Sayward on northern Vancouver Island, BC in mountainous terrane at the headwaters of the White River. The Property is accessible by radio-controlled gravel logging roads from Highway 19 on Northern Vancouver Island at Sayward junction. The driving distance from Campbell River is about 105 km; 75 km by Highway 19 and 30 km by logging roads. Helicopter access is available through various contract helicopter companies based in the Campbell River area.
The Property is underlain by massive and amygdaloidal basalts of the Karmutsen Group and by fine-grained sediments of the Bonanza Group; a major fault along the White River separates the two groups. Mineralization consisting of pyrite, chalcopyrite and bornite occurs in the Karmutsen Group along a fracture system branching from the fault along the White River, mineralization was initially discovered in a rock-cut along a logging road.
2021 Work Program
Madi Minerals Ltd. undertook an exploration programme from April 18 to June 24, 2021. The 2021 exploration programme consisted of the collection of 415 soil samples on one grid, collection of 34 regional silt samples, the collection of 17 rock samples, and 314.48 linekilometres of drone-flown geophysical magnetic surveys. Several soil samples returned anomalous results of Au ranging from 84pbb to 998 ppb Au. and five rock samples returned over 1% copper.
A property-wide programme of geological mapping, professional geophysical interpretation of the airborne data, general data compilation, hand trenching in the area of the high gold values, and staking of additional ground is currently being considered.