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STU Copper Project


Granite Creek has entered into an agreement to acquire an undivided 100% interest in the 111 square Kilometer STU Copper Property located in the Carmacks copper district within Canada’s Yukon Territory.  Completion of the acquisition is subject to regulatory approval.

The STU Property is located approximately 47 km directly northeast of Carmacks, Yukon and 210 km directly northwest of Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon Territory. The Property, which consists of 376 contiguous claims covering approximately 7638 hectares, is on-trend with the active Minto mine with the high-grade Minto copper mine to the north and directly adjacent to Copper North’s Carmacks Project to the south.  Vehicle access to the STU project is along gravel and dirt road and trails from the village of Carmacks, which is a 1.75 hour drive along paved public highways from Whitehorse.

The STU claims were worked aggressively by United Keno Hill from 1971 to 1982 and in 1989. While most of the trenching and drilling results from this time period are not available due to inadequate record-keeping, some key data has been preserved and indicates exceptional potential and strong evidence exists as to geologic continuity of the same mineralized system as hosts adjacent and proximate mining projects.

Granite Creek has entered into an agreement to acquire an undivided 100% interest in the 111 square Kilometer STU Copper Property located in the Carmacks copper district within Canada’s Yukon Territory.  Completion of the acquisition is subject to regulatory approval.

The STU Property is located approximately 47 km directly northeast of Carmacks, Yukon and 210 km directly northwest of Whitehorse, the capital of the Yukon Territory. The Property, which consists of 376 contiguous claims covering approximately 7638 hectares, is on-trend with the active Minto mine with the high-grade Minto copper mine to the north and directly adjacent to Copper North’s Carmacks Project to the south.  Vehicle access to the STU project is along gravel and dirt road and trails from the village of Carmacks, which is a 1.75 hour drive along paved public highways from Whitehorse.

The STU claims were worked aggressively by United Keno Hill from 1971 to 1982 and in 1989. While most of the trenching and drilling results from this time period are not available due to inadequate record-keeping, some key data has been preserved and indicates exceptional potential and strong evidence exists as to geologic continuity of the same mineralized system as hosts adjacent and proximate mining projects.


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