There are five gold showings located on Lava. These being the Lavallée Showings 38, 39, 40, 41 and Lavallée South showings (the “Showings”). The Showings are a series of gold-bearing quartz-carbonate veins (the “Veins”) which often contain sulphide minerals (“Sulphides”). Gold can be associated with Sulphides in the Belleterre area. The Veins occur within a ten kilometre long, northeast-trending corridor marked by numerous shear zones. This corridor is commonly referred to as the Lavallée Shear Zone (“LSZ”). The LSZ is displays a strong chargeability anomaly as outlined in Figure 1. Shallow drilling in 2007 identified intercepts of 2.16 grams per tonne (“GPT”) gold over 1.5 metres and 2.78 GPT over 1 metre. Figure 2 outlines the location of these showings, drill holes and bedrock geology.