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wolfden resources corp (WLF) Details

Wolfden Resources Corporation offers mineral mining services. It operates sulphide, gold, and manganese-iron mining projects. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Thunder Bay, Canada.

Founded in 2007

wolfden resources corp (WLF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$3.8K
President, Director and Member of Nominating ...
Total Annual Compensation: C$166.3K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$17.6K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

wolfden resources corp (WLF) Key Developments

Wolfden Commences Diamond Drilling on Tetagouche Property in New Brunswick

Wolfden Resources Corporation announced the commencement of diamond drilling on its Tetagouche property. The Property, comprising greater than 20,000 hectares, is located in the heart of the Bathurst Mining Camp, 25 kilometres west of the City of Bathurst in north-eastern New Brunswick. Wolfden's Tetagouche property contains 5 historic massive sulphide deposits and a number of mineral occurrences including the Armstrong A, Armstrong B, Rocky Turn, McMaster and Canoe Landing Lake deposits. The BMC is a well-established mining district containing the recently closed Brunswick #12 deposit that produced zinc, lead, silver and gold for well over 60 years and Trevali Mining Corporation's Caribou mine and mill facility, scheduled to re-open in 2015. The drilling program will test prospective extensions of the Armstrong A deposit. The Armstrong A deposit contains a historic resource of 3.8 MT grading 2.26% Zn, 0.42% Pb, 0.29% Cu, 25.4 g/t Ag and 0.41 g/t Au(1). Three holes will test the Armstrong horizon to the north and south of the deposit; two (2) holes testing off-hole Pulse Electromagnetic anomalies (PEM) propagated from massive sulphide-bearing drill holes yielding strongly anomalous base metal values and a third hole, testing a Titan 24 Induced Polarization (IP) anomaly situated immediately to the south of the deposit. Results from the drilling will be released as they become available.

Wolfden Resources Corporation Announces Retirement of William (Bill) McCrindle as Director

Wolfden Resources Corporation announced that prior to the annual and special meeting held on June 20, 2014, William (Bill) McCrindle announced his intention to retire as director. Consequently, McCrindle's prior responsibilities on the audit and compensation committees have been reassigned to other independent directors.

Wolfden Resources Corporation Announces New Boulder Discovery Grading 20.1% ZN, 4.20% PB, 0.325% CU and 22.3 OZ/T AG, Kicks-Off Exploration at Wolfden's Tetagouche Property in New Brunswick

Wolfden Resources Corporation announced the discovery of additional high-grade massive sulphide boulders proximal to a large geophysical/geochemical anomaly on the Company's Tetagouche property. This discovery was made in the early stages of the 2014 exploration program on the Property, which comprises over 20,000 hectares located in the heart of the Bathurst Mining Camp, 25 kilometres west of the City of Bathurst in north-eastern New Brunswick. The Bathurst Mining Camp (BMC) is a well-established mining district with excellent infrastructure, hosting a number of mines and deposits, including the recently closed Brunswick #12 deposit that produced zinc, lead, silver and gold for well over 60 years and Trevali Mining Corporation's Caribou mine and mill, due to re-open in 2015. There are more than 30 other known massive sulphide deposits in the BMC district. Wolfden's Tetagouche property contains 5 historic massive sulphide deposits and a number of mineral occurrences including the Armstrong A, Armstrong B, Rocky Turn, McMaster and Canoe Landing Lake deposits. New Massive Sulphide Boulder Discovery: Recent prospecting resulted in the discovery of high-grade boulders of massive sulphide on the Property up-ice from previous boulders identified to the east in earlier exploration. The large angular boulders recently discovered are located approximately 40 metres apart and comprise sphalerite, galena, pyrite and minor chalcopyrite. The boulders are located immediately to the east of a large Pb-Zn soil anomaly, are coincident with a moderate-strength airborne electromagnetic anomaly (MegaTEM) and are hosted within strongly altered felsic volcanics of the Spruce Lake formation. This discovery will be a prime target in the current exploration program in the search for new, in-situ massive sulphide deposits. The discovery locale is situated in a large fold structure between the Rocky Turn and Armstrong deposits and has not previously been tested by diamond drilling. 2014 Exploration Program Commences: The 2014 exploration program will test several targets identified on the property. The first target of the diamond drilling program will test extensions of the Armstrong A deposit. Armstrong A contains a historic resource of 3.38 MT grading 2.26% Zn, 0.42% Cu, 0.29% Cu, 25.4 g/t Ag and 0.41 g/t Au(1). Three drill holes totaling 1000 metres, will test the Armstrong horizon to the north and south of the deposit; specifically two holes testing off-hole Pulse Electromagnetic responses (PEM) generated from historic drill holes of massive sulphide yielding strongly anomalous base metal values and a third hole, testing a Titan 24 IP anomaly situated immediately to the south of the deposit. Drilling is slated to commence by mid-June on these targets; results will be released as they become available. Secondly, an extensive ground exploration program involving line-cutting, prospecting, geological mapping, ground geophysics, trenching and diamond drilling will be completed over a broad, folded belt of felsic volcanic rocks of the Spruce Lake formation (orange colour on Map 2). Five of the known massive sulphide deposits in the district are hosted within felsic volcanics of the Spruce Lake formation including the Armstrong A, Armstrong B, Rocky Turn, McMaster and Orvan Brook deposits. The belt of the Spruce Lake formation situated between the Rocky Turn deposit and the Armstrong deposits contains a number of mineral occurrences and untested soil anomalies, airborne and ground geophysical anomalies and recently, the discovery of high-grade Zn-Pb-Ag bearing float (V10-1 and V10-2). This area is the priority target of the 2014 program. The new boulders appear to be part of a "boulder train" consisting of numerous clusters of boulders containing high-grade values in Zn, Pb, Ag and Au. The source of the boulders, including those discovered down-ice to the east on the adjacent Armstrong property, have yet to be sourced to bedrock. Geological evidence suggests that the boulders have been mechanically moved by glacial and melt water processes from a bedrock source area to their present position, potentially the Tetagouche property. Notably, many of the high-grade boulders on the Armstrong property are much higher in tenor than the known up-ice deposits. This discrepancy in grade suggests the presence of additional undiscovered mineralized horizons up-ice to the west within the Spruce Lake formation and/or the Canoe Landing Lake formation on the Tetagouche property. The detailed ground work over this large target area is expected to be completed by the end of July and will be followed by trenching and diamond drilling later in the summer. Results will be released as they become available. The budget for this work is CAD 620,000 which will be funded from the company's recent $1.25mm flow through financing. Additional exploration will be undertaken at the company's McMaster property.

 

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