Projects

Beaver is a 100% owned nickel-cobalt project located in south-central British Columbia.

Exploration including initial drilling indicates the property has good potential for large, bulk-tonnage, near-surface sulphide nickel deposits with cobalt credits.

Lynx is a 100% owned nickel property located in south-central British Columbia, 11 kilometres south of Beaver project.

Exploration sampling and magnetic surveys has delineated multiple areas prospective for hosting large, bulk-tonnage sulphide nickel deposits, similar or larger in nature, to the company’s nearby Beaver nickel-cobalt project.

Fleetwood is a 100% Inomin owned zinc-copper-silver-gold Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) project located in southwestern British Columbia.

The Fleetwood project is located at the northern extension of a 6 km by 2 km northwest trending structure hosting extensive Kuroko style zinc-copper-silver-gold rich VMS mineralization.

Inomin has formed a strategic alliance to consolidate the district to enhance the exploration and development attractiveness of the region. Several untested areas within the enlarged project area provide multiple opportunities to discover new VMS deposits. The project is available for joint venture.

King’s Point in Newfoundland covers two project areas of approximately 3,225 hectares collectively, and is owned 100% by Inomin.

The King’s Point gold-base metals project is within the prolific Catcher’s Pond Belt in the Green Bay area of Newfoundland, noted for high-grade gold deposits. The property hosts several “Buchans-style” volcanogenic massive sulphides (VMS) exploration targets, including the former producing Rendall-Jackman gold-copper mine, the Golden Anchor epithermal gold zone, and the zinc-rich Beetle Pond VMS prospect.

The La Gitana property is located in Oaxaca State, Mexico along a regional fault structure that extends for approximately 120 kilometres.

This mineral belt hosts several deposits and mines including Gold Resource’s (NYSE: GORO) La Aguila open-pit gold-silver mine, and Fortuna Silver’s (TSX: FVI) San Jose underground gold-silver mine.