Golden Cariboo Resources is a mining company that acquires, explores, and develops the Quesnelle gold quartz mine property in Hixon, British Columbia. The company was established on October 6, 1988.
The company’s headquarters is in Vancouver, British Columbia. Golden Cariboo Resources is a publicly listed company on the TSX Venture Exchange market (TSXV), where its common stocks trade under the ticker ‘GCC’.
In December 2008, Golden Cariboo Resources sold its land package which is situated in Cariboo Mining Division to Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd. The company’s tenure was three non-contiguous mineral tenure blocks in which the main block is surrounded by Barkerville town and the other two blocks including the Wendle and Bk Mountain are located NNE of Barkerville. Its mineral tenure was a total land package of 25,000 hectares.
The company executed an option agreement with Integra Gold Corp and Golden Valley Mines Ltd on January 18, 2012. Under this option agreement, Golden Cariboo Resources can own and operate a 70 per cent stake in certain properties situated in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt.
The company owes advance royalty interests and net smelter return royalty interest on these properties. The remaining 30 per cent stake was acquired by Integra through a joint venture agreement between Golden Valley and Integra.
Golden Cariboo Resources owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in 20 claims of the Quesnelle gold quartz mine property which covers a land package of 3,794.87 hectares. It is situated near Hixon town. The property is surrounded by Highway 97, the Kootenay Terrane, Slide Mountain Terrain, Quesnel Terrane, and Barkerville Terrane.
Other than owning the Quesnelle gold quartz mine property, the company holds an interest in the following properties: Bogside Riverside Bogside NW, Cook Lake, Claw Lake, Dionne Prospect, Perestroika, North Contact, Princess Annie Prospect, Salve Lake, Venus New and Riviere d'Alembert.