The Barry deposit is a shear-hosted gold deposit with multiple parallel, sub-vertical, shear zones and a second set of veins dipping 25 to 60 degrees to the southeast. 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 1.4 kilometres along strike and 700 metres vertical and the deposit remains open for expansion.
In June 2021, SLR Consulting (Canada) completed a NI-43-101 mineral resource estimate for the Barry Deposit for both open pit and underground scenarios. The combined open pit and underground resource estimate states measured and indicated resources are 5,099,000 tons at 4.21 g/t Au for 690,000 oz. Au. and inferred resources are 4,379,000 tons at 4.89 g/t Au for 688,000 oz. Au
The measured and indicated resources for the Barry underground deposit are 3,183,000 tons at 4.94 g/t Au for 525,000 oz. Au. Inferred mineral resources for the Barry undergrounddeposit are4,364,000 tons at 4.90 g/t Au for 687,000 oz. Au for an underground scenario.
Measured and indicated mineral resources for the Barry open pit deposit are 1,916,000 tons at 2.66 g/t Au for 165,000 oz. Au. Inferred mineral resource estimate for the Barry open pit deposit totals 15,000 tons at 2.36 g/t Au for 1,000 oz. Au for an open pit scenario.