Darnley Bay Resources Limited is an exploration, development and production of base metals and diamond. DBR's 2009 Base Metals Project objective is to intersect, by drilling, the intrusive source and associated metals believed to underlie the Anomaly.
The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) has assigned a moderate to a high rating for the Anomaly to be a major mineral complex comparable to the Sudbury Basin in Ontario. In addition to the base metals, diamondferous kimberlites have been discovered in the projected area. It appears that the Lac de Gras diamond corridor has been offset to the west and continues north through Darnley Bay.
Mining CompanyCopper, Aluminum, lead, nickel, tin, zinc, diamond
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