The Coyote Creek property consists of 174 units (10,500 acres) located in the Lussier River/Coyote Creek area 50km NE of Cranbrook, BC. The Coyote Creek property area is distinguished by its abundant gypsum resources, and by high zinc values over the entire property area, reflected in soils, stream geochemical, and lithogeochemical samples. Interest in the area dates back to 1991, when results of a BCGS regional geochemical sampling (RGS) program were released, indicating zinc values in the 99th percentile for the ridge forming the divide between the Lussier River and Coyote Creek. All drainages for this area showed highly anomalous zinc values, ranging from 380 ppm to a high of 5500 ppm Zn.
This property is currently under option.
Updated July 18, 2012
Coyote Creek - Project Details [PDF]
May 3, 2010 - EPL/Heemskirk Advance Project
May 28, 2007 - Drilling to Commence
Oct 19, 2006 - EPL Agrees to Sell Coyote Cr
Jun 16, 2006 - $4M to Explore in 2006
Jun 2, 2006 - Drilling Commences
Oct 12, 2005 - Drilling Commences
Jun 7, 2000 - Drilling Commences
Jun 22, 1999 - Zinc Reserves Acquired