The Burchell West Grid is located approximately 6.0 km west of the OGD within the most westerly claims of the Coldstream property. Prospecting and lithogeochemical sampling in the 2009 and 2011 field seasons have returned widespread gold mineralization ranging from hundreds of ppbs to multigram gold values (e.g., >17 g/t Au in grab sample).
The best gold mineralization occurs north part of gridlines 10000E to 10200E where gold values as high as 17.85 g/t has been obtained from a grab sample. This mineralized area corresponds well with northwest-trending part of a over 2.0 km long, cuvilinear (northwest- to northeast- to southeast) chargeability anomaly of strong to medium strength. Other two areas hosting prospective chargeability anomalies of similar strength occur in the southern part of the grid along shores of Burchell Lake. These two areas and the curvinear anomaly in the north-central part of the grid are separated from each other by a small granitic pluton. Gold mineralization, which is associated with pyrite-chalcopyrite, corresponds well with surface gold showings in all these three areas.