Gold Resources in Quebec

Renforth in the Cadillac Break

The east-west trending Cadillac-Larder Lake Fault Zone is a major, prolific fault corridor running from the Kirkland Lake gold camp in Ontario, through the Larder Lake, Rouyn-Noranda, Cadillac, Malartic and Val d’Or gold camps in Quebec, which has produced more than one hundred million ounces of gold since the 1920’s. Renforth is well positioned with two gold-bearing properties on the Cadillac Break, in the Cadillac (New Alger) and Malartic (Parbec) gold camps.


New Alger – sits on the southern boundary of the LaRonde Mine of Agnico-Eagle

Parbec – is road accessible located just west of Malartic, contiguous to the Canadian Malartic Mine

Malartic West – a large property well located on strike and contiguous to the Canadian Malartic Mine and largely unexplored

Nixon-Bartleman – located in the Porcupine Mining Camp of the West Timmins mining area, known to host five gold bearing quartz veins in a structurally complex environment