Golden Share Resources Corp is a junior mining company that focuses on exploring and developing a diamond project (Ogoki), two gold projects (Band-Ore and Berens River), and two base and/or precious metal potential projects (Kagiami and Sandridge).
Golden Share Resources Corp is a publicly listed company that trades on the TSX Venture Exchange market (TSXV), under the ticker ‘GSH’.
Ogoki diamond project
Golden Share owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in this project which is drill ready for diamonds. It is situated in the James Bay Lowlands of Ontario and nearly 200 kilometers SW of De Beers’ Victor diamond mine. The company executed an exploration agreement to get exploration permits for drilling at the Ogoki project with Marten Falls First Nation in 2019.
Golden Share owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in Kagiami project, a drill-ready project that includes geophysical targets such as orogenic gold, VMS base metals, and intrusion-hosted base metals/PGMs. It is situated 150 kilometers away to the south of the Ring of Fire and near the proposed infrastructure corridor to the Ring of Fire. The Kagiami Project lies in the eastern part of Archean Miminiska – Fort Hope greenstone belt. The company is permitted to conduct drilling on this project.
Golden Share owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in this project which consists of geophysical targets with VMS base metals potential. It is situated nearly 35 kilometers SW of Eabametoong First Nation, northern Ontario. The Petawanga project consists of a total of 273 MLAS cell claims and is situated in the SW part of the Fort Hope greenstone belt inside the eastern Uchi sub-province. From the early 1960s to 1996, several operators conducted various work programs on this project area for VMS mineralization, including ground geophysical surveys, geological mapping, and diamond drilling.
Ratte Lake property
Golden Share owns and operates a 100 per cent stake in this project which consists of geophysical targets with VMS base metals potential. It is situated NW of Lake Nipigon, nearly 35 kilometers NE of the Armstrong community in NW Ontario. It consists of a total of 15 single MLAS cell claims and is situated in the north-central part of the Caribou Lake greenstone belt.