KWG Resources Inc. (TSXV: KWG) is a mineral exploration company with a current strategic objective focused on the development of the chromium project. It owns a 1% net smelter royalty (NSR) carried interest in three newly-discovered chromite deposits and a 25% to 30% operating interest in the Big Daddy chromite discovery in the James Bay Lowlands of northern Ontario, Canada. This area has attracted considerable attention since the 2007 discovery of the Eagle One high-grade nickel deposit by Noront Resources Ltd.
KWG Resources Inc. holds an interest in numerous mineral exploration properties in Northwestern Ontario that cover a spectrum of mineral deposit types, including diamonds in kimberlite; copper and zinc in volcanogenic deposits; copper, nickel and PGE's in ultramafic intrusions; and chromium in mafic intrusions.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerCopper, Nickel, Zinc, Diamond, Chromium
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