The Jeesiö Gold Project covers approximately 335km2 of the prospective Central Lapland Greenstone Belt, adjoining or proximal to recent gold discoveries in Finland.

The Jeesiö properties are positioned along major regional structures known as the Sirkka Shear Zone and the Venejoki Shear Zone. Both represent major crustal structures that control the emplacement of the majority of the orogenic gold deposits in Lapland. Portions of both structures are interpreted to cross the Jeesiö property.

With a total reported gold endowment of only 9.1 million ounces, The Central Lapland Greenstone Belt (CLGB) remains severely underexplored for orogenic gold deposits.

Studies suggest there could be as much as 30 times the currently known gold resources in the CLGB1.

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