Inomin Mines Inc is a mineral exploration and development company that focuses on identifying, developing, exploring, and acquiring gold and nickel mineral properties in the Americas. It explores and develops various projects, including La Gitana, Pena Blanca, Beaver, Lynx Nickel, Fleetwood, and King’s Point projects.
Through acquiring, advancing, and developing mineral properties, Inomin is focusing on developing value for shareholders and communities.
The company’s headquarters is in Vancouver, Canada. Inomin Mines Inc is a publicly listed company on the TSX Venture Exchange market (TSXV), where its common stocks trade under the ticker ‘MINE’.
La Gitana gold-silver project
The company owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in this property which is situated in Mexico, east of Oaxaca City. It is an advanced gold-silver project which is located in the Oaxaca Gold-Silver Belt.
Pena Blanca gold-silver project
Inomin owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in this property. It is like the La Gitana gold-silver property and hosts an epithermal mineral system. Pena Blanca is a large-tonnage, epithermal, gold-silver prospect that is located within the Oaxaca Gold-Silver Belt, 15 kilometers away from the La Gitana gold-silver project.
Beaver Nickel-Cobalt project
The 100 per cent owned Beaver property is situated in south-central British Columbia, Canada, and east of the Gibraltar mine. It covers a land package of 7,528 hectares and is surrounded by paved and forestry service roads.
Lynx nickel project
The 100 per cent owned Lynx property is situated in south-central British Columbia near the town of Williams Lake and SE of Gibraltar copper mine. It covers a land package of 12,662 hectares and is surrounded by excellent infrastructure, such as paved and forestry service roads.
Fleetwood zinc-copper-silver-gold project
The 100 per cent owned Fleetwood property is situated in the east of Vancouver, British Columbia. It is a zinc-copper-silver-gold volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) project and hosts polymetallic massive sulphide bodies.
King’s Point gold-copper-zinc project
Maritime Resources acquired this property in 2021. It encompasses two core project areas in Newfoundland. Inomin has a one per cent Net Smelter Royalty on this property. It is situated in the prolific Catcher’s Pond Belt and is prospective for hosting various Buchans-style VMS exploration targets.