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Timmins Gold Camp

Since 1910 the Timmins area has produced 70 million ounces of gold, making it one of the two most productive gold camps in North America. Lexam VG Gold's properties in Timmins are located on the Destor Porcupine Fault and neighbour Goldcorp mines, that are producing annually several hundred thousand ounces of gold.

The Company's properties in Timmins are surrounded by large mines. Three of them are major Canadian gold deposits, the Hollinger, McIntyre and Dome mines, which produced over 47 million ounces of gold. Production from mines surrounding the Company's properties within a 10 kilometres radius area reached 65 million ounces of gold and 2.5 kilometres in depth.

The Timmins gold camp is traversed by the major regional structure known as the Destor Porcupine Fault. Gold mineralization occurs in structurally controlled Archean lode gold deposits, typically found in secondary structures related to the fault zone.

Lexam VG Gold is exploring its Timmins properties to increase shareholder value and to improve the economic potential of each property. Over the past few years the Company carried out exploration programs on the Fuller, Buffalo Ankerite, Davidson Tisdale and Paymaster properties.



Timmins Gold Camp
        Buffalo Ankerite
        Davidson Tisdale


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