OGOKI AND KAGIAMI
The Ogoki Project and Kagiami Project, both 100% owned by Golden Share, are located in the Wabassi and Albany River area of the James Bay Lowlands of Ontario, approximately 200km southwest of the DeBeers’ Victor diamond mine, approximately 150km south of the “Ring of Fire” region and the Project area is on the proposed north-south Ring of Fire infrastructure corridor between Eabametoong First Nation and Marten Falls First Nation.
Ten of Ogoki magnetic targets form a distinct cluster or field along a 20 km long northwest trending axis, underlain by Paleozoic sedimentary rocks and similar in size and orientation to the Attawapiskat kimberlite field hosting the Victor diamond mine 200km to the northeast.
In 2019, Golden Share signed the Exploration Agreement with Marten Falls First Nation and has received the necessary Exploration Permits for drilling at Ogoki and Kagiami. To drill for testing the best primary targets of Ogoki and Kagiami is a priority task for Golden Share.
Note: The reader is cautioned that the information with respect to the Attawapiskat kimberlite field has not been verified and that this information is not necessarily indicative of potential mineralization that may be discovered at the Ogoki Project.