Mountain Boy Minerals is a Canadian listed (MTB-TSX-V) exploration company whose activities are in the Stewart and MacKenzie area of BC. It is actively exploring for gold-silver-base metals on the Silver Coin project, silver-lead-zinc on the massive sulfide horizon within the BA project, silver-base metals and gold-silver on their American Creek properties, copper-gold in the Bear Pass area of Stewart, porphyry molybdenum in the Stewart and MacKenzie areas and copper-nickel-platinum group metals in the MacKenzie area.The company has been highly successful in outlining further gold-silver-base metal resources at the Silver Coin project, completing a drill program at the BA claims that is defining a large resource of silver-lead-zinc mineralization, extending the copper-gold mineralized horizon at George Copper, successfully testing the High Grade vein at the MB property and outlining a new high grade epithermal gold-silver vein on the FR property.
Exploration Company / Junior Minergold, silver, copper, Aluminum, lead, nickel, tin, zinc
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