NorthIsle Copper and Gold Inc. is a junior mining company involved in the identification, evaluation, acquisition, exploration and development of base and precious metal properties. NorthIsle Copper and Gold Inc. is listed publicly on the TSX Venture Exchange Market, with its stocks trading under the NCX symbol.
The Vancouver-based company owns a 100 per cent stake in the North Island Project, situated on the northern end of Vancouver Island, western Port Hardy in the Province of British Columbia. The North Island Property comprises numerous copper and gold deposits spread over a total area of approximately 33,000 hectares with mineral concessions spanning an area of 50 by eight kilometers.
The North Island Project is equipped with proper infrastructure, including road and air transport lines, marine load out and clean power supply. The project hosts four deposits which are at different phases:
• The Hushamu Deposit consists of rhenium rich copper (Cu), gold (Au) and molybdenum (Mo) mineralized system.
• The Red Dog property comprises high-grade Cu-Au-Mo mineralization. The Deposit lies in proximity to the North Island Project.
• The Pemberton Hills is a 100 per cent owned property that comprises copper and gold porphyry mineralization with argillic alterations.
• The North West Expo Zones hosts gold (Au), molybdenum (Mo) and rhenium porphyry deposits.
NorthIsle Copper and Gold Inc. is working on drilling and exploration operations to discover and evaluate the prospective target zones to expand the resource potential and estimates for the advancement of the project.
The Vancouver Island-focused metal explorer follows a sustainable approach to explore the upside potential of its project to minimize its operation’s carbon footprints. The company has access to clean power sources located in British Columbia and aims to drive the green energy revolution and electrify infrastructure by producing copper.