The Windfall property is 100% owned by Osisko Mining Inc. and consists of 286 individual claims covering an aggregate area of 12,523 hectares. The Windfall project, located in the Abitibi greenstone belt, Urban Township, Eeyou Istchee James Bay, Québec, Canada is 700 kilometres north-northwest of Montréal, 200 kilometres northeast of Val-d’Or and 115 kilometres east of Lebel-sur-Quévillon. The Windfall project falls within the traditional territory of the Cree First Nation of Waswanipi.
Windfall is a world-class gold deposit located in the Eeyou-Itschee James Bay territory of Quebec, Canada.
Located approximately 1,000 metres north of the high-grade Windfall gold deposit, in the Abitibi greenstone belt, Urban township, Eeyou Istchee James Bay, Québec.
Grades and widths typically seen at Windfall
Gold mineralization likely occurred contemporaneously with Windfall
Many similarities to Windfall including alteration and mineralization
The Urban Barry properties is located in the Urban Township, in Quebec’s Eeyou Istchee James Bay region, approximately 700 kilometres north-northwest of Montreal, and 100 kilometres east of Lebel-sur-Quévillon’s municipality (figure 1). The Urban Barry property includes 1,916 map designated claims covering an area of approximately 1000 km². The property is entirely held by Osisko Mining. The property is contained in the central and eastern part of the Urban Barry greenstone belt, Abitibi Sub-Province, Archean Superior Province (figure 2). The property is confined within three NTS map sheets (32F, 32G and 32B).
Urban-Barry is located in Eeyou-Itschee James Bay Territory region of Quebec, Canada
Contains several gold occurrences such as the Fox SW, Black Dog and Nubar showings
Same Geological setting and rock age as Windfall
Covers the majority of the Bank Fault (Mazères)
The Quevillon property is 100% owned by Osisko Mining Inc. and consists of 2815 individual claims covering an area of 150,163 hectares (figure 1). The Quevillon project, located at the boundary between Eeyou Istchee James Bay territory and the Abitibi-Témiscamingue administrative region, can be subdivided into two blocks of claims, the Central and Northeastern Blocks. The Central Block surrounds the town of Lebel-sur-Quévillon and contains the Osborne-Bell deposit. The Northeastern Block is separated in three sectors and extends from the settlement of Miquelon to the town of Waswanipi. Access to the Quevillon property can be achieved by headling eastbound from Val-d’Or on the paved Highway 117 for about 30 km, then northbound on the paved Highway 113 for about 125 km where is located the town of Lebel-sur-Quévillon. The Quevillon project falls within the traditional territory of the Lac Simon Anishnabe First Nation and the Cree First Nation of Waswanipi.
The Quévillon Project comprises the Osborne-Bell Gold Deposit as well as several gold showing.