Duvay - Chenier Gold Property Technical Report 43-101

Project is comprised of 174 claims covering over 7,766 hectares and is located in a favourable geological setting with potential for hosting either a near surface bulk tonnage gold deposit or an Archean shearhosted gold deposit. The project is a near surface high grade gold exploration project. Visible gold was discovered at Duvay in the late 1930s. Gold mineralization at Duvay is associated with a northwest trending shear zone and intersecting northeast faults. The property encompasses kilometric zones of intense carbonate alteration (ankerite) with quartz stockworks. Native gold occurs on the property as well as disseminated pyrite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite and minor galena. There has been a significant amount of exploration done on the Duvay Property by both Tres-Or and more recently, Aurizon Mines Ltd. who had optioned the property prior to their acquisition by Hecla Mining. It is the Company’s intention to compile this and other historic data, develop a comprehensive model and formulate an advanced stage exploration program to enhance the value of this significant asset for our shareholders.