The Scotia Zn-Ag Project covers an area of ~1080 hectares in the Skeena Mining Division, ~40km southeast of Prince Rupert in west central British Columbia, Canada.
The Scotia Project hosts a metamorphosed massive sulfide deposit located within the Ecstall Belt of metavolcanic rocks that extends through west-central British Columbia. Resource modeling of the Albere Zone in 2009 established a vertical range of sub-economic to economic grades of mineralization of 95 meters, and a horizontal range of 205 meters.
The high grade “core” area widened to about 30 meters about 190 meters north of the outcropping main showing. The thickest drill intercept in the Albere Zone was 26.7 meters grading 9.0% zinc, 1.2% lead, 21.5 g/t silver and 0.3 g/t gold.
James Walchuk, BSc., P. Eng., President, CEO and Director of Zinc One, is a qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects, and has reviewed and approved all technical information on this website.