The Montauban Mine Property was mined intermittently between 1910 and 1990. These mining operations resulted in a number of tailings piles which the Company intends to reprocess using modern milling techniques and concurrently remediate the site. The primary zone of interest is the Anacon Lead 1 tailings site underwent a historic resource estimation in 2011, and will be remediated during the process. Additionally, there are four other tailings sites which will be evaluated as modern mill feed. The underlying hard rock mineralization which was previously mined will undergo modern systematic exploration with the intent of building a resource to provide future mill feed once the residue sites have been fully reprocessed.

3D Model of the Montauban Gold and Silver Processing Plant

Work and equipment arrive at Montauban

Project Overview

Montauban Gold Project

Located in mining friendly Quebec Canada

  • 80 km North-West of Quebec City
  • 65 mining claims and 1 mining concession covering 1846 hectares

Anacon Tailings Historical Estimate

  • 462,000 tons grading 0.31 g/t Au, 32 g/t Ag, 5% mica
  • 700,000 tons Resource Potential


  • 65 mining claims and 1 mining concession, approximately 1846 hectares, comprise the Montauban Mine Property, sector of the Notre-Dame-de-Montauban municipality, Quebec.
  • Certificate of Authorization from the Quebec Ministry of Environment to operate a waste mine treatment plant issued in September 2012.
  • Mill Building Permit from the Municipality issued in Fall 2012.
  • Montauban Mine Property mining concession CM 410 issued in October 2013.
  • Restoration Plan approved by the Ministry of Natural Resources with a permit issued in February 2014.
  • Amendment of the Certificate of Authorization to include processing of the mining residues by a closed cyanide circuit issued in March 2014.