Honey Badger Silver Inc. is a Canadian silver company based in White Rock, British Columbia, involved in the identification, acquisition and development of properties in mining friendly jurisdictions. Our projects are located in areas with a long history of mining, including the Plata high grade silver project located 165 km east of Yukon’s prolific Keno Hill and our Sunrise Lake exploration property located in the Northwest Territories, 130 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife. The Company also has a significant land holding at the Nanisivik Mine Area located in Nunavut, Canada that has produced over 20 Moz of silver between 1976 and 2002.
Samples for “Plata”, “Groundhog” and “Hy” were analyzed at ALS Minerals. Please see ALS Minerals corporate website for more information.
Sunrise Lake is located in the Northwest Territories, 130 km NE of Yellowknife, and hosts silver-gold and base metal mineralization outlined by 21,774 meters of surface diamond drilling since discovery in 1987. The Sunrise Lake deposit is a typical volcanogenic sulphide deposit comprising a steeply dipping lens three-to-four meters thick, 120 meters wide and 190 meters long. Underlying the deposit is lower grade disseminated mineralization approximately 50 meters in thickness.
45 Claims, Totaling Approximately 2,275 Hectares, In The James Bay Region Of Québec (Jamésie County Municipality). Located Close To Roads And Power Lines.
In The James Bay Region Of Québec
The property consists of 7 claim blocks, each centered on a circular magnetic anomaly that could represent a kimberlite. The geological environment is favourable for diamantiferous kimberlite and lake sediments near the magnetic anomalies contain kimberlite indicators. Exploration agreements are in place with local First Nations Groups.