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To: molee who wrote (619)10/21/2019 2:56:35 PM
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Thanks for the Blog Link molee ! The story began I.8 Billion Years ago: Looking over a few Inventus PDF documents I found the following statement on the last page of a PFF .

"The Laundry Lake Breccia Belt (LLBB)
Explore in greater detail to discover quartz diorite with sulfide mineralization similar to the Frood-Stobie deposit. Continue mapping and extending the LLBB unit along strike."

Tried checking and the acct. Does not exist, I checked here because :

Wesley Whymark Inventus
Chief GeologistMr. Whymark is a Professional Geoscientist very knowledgeable in the study and exploration of Witwatersrand-type paleoplacer gold deposits. He has authored a scientific paper on the subject of paleoplacer gold with a world-renowned geoscientist that was published in the Ore Geology Reviews Journal. He has a Honours B.Sc. degree in Geology from Laurentian University, Sudbury and is currently completing a Ph.D. on the Pardo Paleoplacer gold project at the University of Cape Town, South Africa in conjunction with the University of Würzburg, Germany. For more:

I've been fascinated by the Temagami Magnetic Anomaly (being drilled by Canadian Continental) since first investing in Inventus just shortly after McEwen bought in. When Inventus purchased an investment in Canadian Continental (which was drilling Temagami, my interest in Temagami Grew Proportionately.

I decided to Look up Frood- Sobieski Deposit to see the similarities between Temagami and Frood-Stobie Deposit.

The Discovery of Frood-Stobie Mine (Sudbury)

In depth on Frood-Sobie :