The Latham mission covers about 538 sqkm about 16 km south of the airport at Dease Lake. The property incorporates the Gnat Move copper porphyry deposit, found in the course of the Nineteen Sixties. Historic drilling means that the deposit is open alongside strike to the east and at depth. Drilling in 2012 returned 103 metres grading 0.35% copper, 149 metres at 0.28% copper, and 56 metres at 0.44% copper.
Torr says the gold potential at Latham stays largely undrilled however seize samples have assayed as much as 6.45 g/t gold. Historic gold-in-soil anomalies have been as excessive as 309 ppm gold.
The corporate has recognized six high-priority copper-gold porphyry targets with related mineralization and alteration types because the Crimson Chris, Schaft Creek, and Galore Creek deposits within the southeast a part of the property. The northwest space has potential for each porphyry and epithermal mineralization.
(This text first appeared within the Canadian Mining Journal)