Transition Metals – Janice Lake  Sedimentary-hosted Copper in Northern Saskatchewan

(XTM: TSX-V)

  • Transition’s 11,684 ha, 100%-owned property in north-central Saskatchewan has the potential to host large tonnage, near-surface sediment-hosted copper deposits
  • Under explored deposit type in Canada capable of hosting some of the world’s largest and highest grade copper and precious metal deposits
  • Excellent location: 55 km southeast of Key Lake (largest uranium mill in the world), 190 km north of La Ronge, 55 km from Highway 914, float plane access,
  • 230kV power transmission line runs through the property
  • Saskatchewan rated 3rd best mining jurisdiction worldwide by Fraser Institute (2012) for composite policy and mineral potential
  • Over 20 bedrock copper occurrences identified at surface, surface grab samples returning up to 9% copper and elevated silver
  • Numerous open ended drill intercepts, untested showings, and geophysical targets associated with known mineralized horizons.
  • Evidence of structural and metamorphic enhanced environments (down plunge, strike extensions, fold repetitions) remains largely unevaluated
  • Discovery success could open up the broader Wollaston Domain for sediment-hosted copper exploration