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  • GEOPHYSICAL REPORTFOR

    INTERNATIONAL LARDER MINERALS INC.ON THE

    LOVELAND PROJECTLOVELAND TOWNSHIP

    PORCUPINE MINING DIVISIONNORTHEASTERN, ONTARIO

    Prepared by: J.C.Grant, GET, FGAC August, J.9,27 .

    42A12NE0077 2.17730 LOVELAND 010

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

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    INTRODUCTION.......................................l

    PROPERTY LOCATION AND ACCESS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l

    CLAIM GROUP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l

    PERSONNEL..........................................2

    GROUND PROGRAM.....................................2,3

    SURVEY RESULTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

    CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

    CERTIFICATE

    LIST OF FIGURES:

    APPENDICIES:

    PULL-OUTS:

    POCKET MAPS:

    FIGURE 1: LOCATION MAPFIGURE 2: PROPERTY LOCATION MAPFIGURE 3: CLAIM MAP

    A: BRGM, IP-4 RECEIVERSCINTREX, IPC7, 2.5 KW TRANSMITTER

    B: BRGM, OMNI IV MAGNETOMETER SYSTEM.

    IP PSEUDO SECTIONS, LO,L200ME,L400ME

    CONTOURED BASE MAP OF TOTAL FIELD MAGNETICS

    42A12NE0077 2.17730 LOVELAND 010C

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    INTRODUCTION:

    The services of Exsics Exploration Limited were retained by Mr. L. Bonhomme on behalf of International Larder Minerals Inc. to complete a linecutiing and ground geophysical program across a block of 4 claims located in Loveland Township of the Porcupine Mining Division, District of Cochrane in Northeastern, Ontario.

    The purpose of this program was to test the claims potential for a conductive horizone which would be considered a favourable target for base metal deposition.

    The program commenced on the 22 day of July and was completed on the 31 of July, 1997. A total of 4.4 kilometers of grid lines were cut and surveyed across the claim group.

    PROPERTY LOCATION AND ACCESS;

    The claim group is located in the southeast section of Loveland Township approximately 800 to 1000 meters northwest of the Kamiskotia River and the Robb/Loveland Township line. The entire block is located approximately 35 kilometers north-northwest of the City of Timmins. Refer to figures l and 2.

    Access to the claims were ideal. The junction of Highways 101 west and 576 north is situated about 6 kilometers west of the City of Timmins. Highway 576 services the community of Kamiskotial Lake which is about 25 kilometers north of the afore mentioned junction. A good gravel road, locally called the Abitibi access road, travels north off of Highway 576, immediately past the lake, and crosses the claim group in a northwest to southeast direction. There are also a number of good secondary gravel roads cross cutting the grid in a number of locations, all of which run off of the Abitibi road.

    CLAIM GROUP:

    The claim number which makes up the 4 claim package covered by the ground program is P-1207544. Refer to figure 3 for the location of the claim within the Township. Figure 3 has been copied from the MNDM Plan Map of Robb Township.

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    PERSONNEL:

    The field crew responsible for the collection of the IP surveyresults are as follows:

    Wayne Pearson......... . . ......Timmins, OntarioAlbert Ryan... . .... . . . . . . . . ...Timmins, OntarioCraig Pearson... . . . . . . . . . .....Timmins, OntarioMario Ruel... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...Timmins, Ontario

    The magnetic survey was completed by J. C...Grant. The entireprogram was completed under the direct supervision of J.C.Grantwith all of the plotting and compilation being completed byP.Gauthier of Exsics.

    GROUND PROGRAM:

    The ground program was completed in two stages. The first stage was to cover the claims with a detailed grid which was cut using a 200 meter line spacing and 25 meters station spacing. A baseline was established across the top of the claims and all of the cut lines, 0+00 to 600ME were turned off of it. All 4 cross lines were cut 800 meters to the south boundary along which an 800MS tieline had been established.

    The second phase of the program was to complete an IP survey and a total filed magnetic survey across the cut lines. The magnetic survey was completed over all of the cut lines whereas the IP survey was completed over lines O to 400ME. Line 600ME was not covered by the IP survey as the ground conditions were too dry and sandy to allow for a good electrode contact.

    IP SURVEY:

    The IP survey was completed using the BRGM, IP-4 receiver and the Scintrex, IPC-7 2.5 kilowatt transmitter. Specifications for this system can be found as Appendix A of this report.

    Method. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....Time domainArray...................Pole-dipoleElectrode spacing.. . . . . .25 metersNumber of electrodes . . . .n^-4Transmitter. . . . . . . . .....Scintrex, 2.5 kw transmitter and generatorPulse time........ . . . . . . 2 seconds on, 2 seconds offDelay time. . . . . . . . . . . . . .350 millisecondsIntergartion time. . . . . . . 700 millisecondsParameters measured.....Chargeability and apparent resistivityData presentation.......Single line pseudo sections of the

    parameters measured; both contoured.A pseudo section of each of the grid lines read are included

    as pullouts in this report.

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    MAGNETIC SURVEY:

    This survey was completed using the BRGM, OMNI IV system. Specifications for the unit can be found as Appendix B of this report.

    The following parameters were kept constant throughout the survey. Line spacing..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...200 metersStation spacing.. . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . ... 25 metersReading intervals....... . . . . . . .... . 25 metersDiurnal Monitoring.................Base station loopingReference field............ .. . . . . . . 57,500 gammasDatum subtract.....................57,000 gammasParameters measured................Earth's magnetic fieldAccuracy...........................*/- 0.1 gamma

    The collected data was levelled and then plotted onto a base map at a scale of 1:5000 and then contoured at 50 gamma intervals where possible. A copy of this contoured base map is included in the back pocket of this report.

    SURVEY RESULTS:

    The survey results did not appear to enhance the property's potential. The magnetic survey generally outlined what appears to be a north-northwest striking dike like feature which can be traced from the south end of line 400ME to the north end of line 0+00.

    The IP survey did not return any encouraging results either. The survey seemed to react to the presense of the dike which may have a small amount of sulphide material associated with it's flanks. Generally these areas show up as single dipole high readings usually at depth with no continuity between lines. The entire grid was covered by sand and gravels which made electrode contact difficult and, in places, rsulted in noisy readings.

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    CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS:

    The surveys were not successful in locating any definite conductive horizons on the four lines that were covered. The property appears to be cross cut by a dike like structure striking in a north-northwest direction. The width of the response may suggest that there are actually two parallel dikes.

    The IP survey did not react to any conductive material except the possibility of minor sulphides along the edges of the dikes.

    There was no areas of outcropping present on the grid as the entire area seems to be covered by a thick layer of sands and gravels. This type of overburden does not lend itself well to IP surveys.

    No further work is recommended at this time.

    Respectfully submitted

    J.C.Grant, GET, FGAC August 4, 1997

  • CERTIFICATE

    I, John C. Grant, hereby certify that:

    1) I am a graduate technologist, (1975) of the three year program in Geological Technology at Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology, Sudbury Campus. I have worked subsequently as an Exploration Geophysicist for Teck Exploration Limited, (5 years), North Bay office and currently as Exploration Manager and Geophysicist for Exsics Exploration Limited since 1980.

    2) I am a member in good standing of the Certified Engineering Technologist Association,(GET), since 1984

    3) I am a Fellow of the Geological Association of Canada, (FGAC), since 1986.

    4) I have been actively engaged in my profession since May of 1975, including all asp

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