Golden Sky Minerals Corp is a junior mineral exploration and development company that focuses on exploring, acquiring, assessing, and developing new precious metal and copper properties in mining-friendly jurisdictions.
It explores and develops the Lucky Strike, Bullseye, and Hotspot drill-ready projects in Yukon. Additionally, the company owns the Rayfield copper-gold project in southern British Columbia and the Eagle Mountain gold project in northern British Columbia.
Golden Sky was established in 2018 and its headquarters is located in Vancouver, British Columbia. The company trades on the TSX Venture Exchange market (TSXV) under the ticker ‘AUEN’
Golden Sky owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in this property which is situated 100 kilometers SW of Dawson City and 100 kilometers NW of Newmont Goldcorp’s Coffee Deposit and 12 kilometers SW of Matson Creek Airstrip. It is a grassroots high-grade gold discovery that lies in the North Ladue placer mining district of Yukon Territory.
Lucky Strike property
Golden Sky owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in this property which is situated 90 kilometers south of Dawson City and 350 kilometers NE of Whitehorse. It is surrounded by Newmont Goldcorp’s Coffee Mine access road and lies within the White Gold District.
It includes 112 mineral claims and covers a land package of 2,300 hectares and is adjacent to the Snag Airstrip and K2 Gold Corp’s Wels gold project.
Golden Sky Minerals bought this property in 2021. It is situated in Quesnel Trough, British Columbia, and covers a land package of 11,000-hectares. It is surrounded by various mines including the Mount Polley mine, Copper Mountain mine, Valley Copper mine, and New Afton mine. It lies to the east of 70 Mile House and is surrounded by well-maintained service and logging roads and Highway 97.
Eagle Mountain property
It is situated in the Cassiar Gold District that is prospective for hosting the neighboring Cassiar project of Cassiar Gold Corp. It covers a land package of 10,000 hectares and is surrounded by water, a mill, and an electric power grid.