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NOB's Project 81 property is located in the Timmins - Cochrane area of Northern Ontario and consists of, in total, approximately 73,769 hectares ( /- 182,289 acres).
The original property consisted of 2 blocks (Block A and Block B - collectively named 'Project 81') and additional claims contiguous to Block A.
The property is underexplored and there is a high potential to find another world class mineral deposit.
Results of a high definition, airborne gravity - gradiometer survey currently being carried out over 6,000 line kilometers by Gedex Inc.
Historic Gold Results - Lucas Township: Project 81 Historic Gold Results - Lucas Twp* (PDF) Additional results from recently uncovered historic diamond drill results (non NI 43-101 compliant) from 30 mineralized diamond drill holes on the Lucas Township Primary Gold Target were announced (see news release 20) Additional Historic Gold Results - Lucas Township * The Lucas Township gold project is the subject of a current helicopter borne Gradiometer Mag, VLF, Radiometric and TEM Survery in anticipation of diamond drilling in 2012 to confirm and expand these results.
Block A was comprised of an area of approximately 51,531 hectares (128,827 acres) and is one contiguous parcel of land covering 10 townships adjacent to the Kidd Creek Mine Complex near Timmins, Ontario (subsequently additional claims have been added) : An additional 448 mineral claims (approximately 17,920 acres [approximately 7,252 hectares]), contiguous to Block A, have been staked in Bradburn and Calder Townships over what the Company believes to be the potential faulted extension of its Kingsmill nickel target on Block A, Project 81.