The Barry deposit is a shear-hosted gold deposit with multiple parallel, sub-vertical, shear zones and a second set of veins dipping 50 to 60 degrees to the south. The gold mineralization consists of disseminated sulfides within the shear zones and the veins with local visible gold. The Barry deposit has been delineated over 1 kilometres along strike and 600 metres vertical. The deposit remains open for expansion.
In May 2019, a NI-43-101 mineral resource estimate completed by SGS states 2,052,000 tons at 5.84 g/t Au for 385,000 Oz. Au in the Indicated category and 2,740,000 tons at 5.14 g/t Au for 453,000 Oz au in the Inferred category.