Gold Resources in Quebec

Renforth in the Cadillac Break

Renforth has built a portfolio of five projects on or associated with the Cadillac Break, a major gold bearing geological structure that stretches from the Kirkland Lake gold camp in Ontario to the Val d’Or gold camp in Quebec. This structure has produced more than one hundred million ounces of gold since the 1920’s, with gold still in the ground at properties like Renforth’s New Alger and Parbec, resource bearing project located on the Cadillac Break, and our pre-resource statement gold bearing West Malartic, Denain-Pershing and Nixon-Bartleman properties.


New Alger – wholly owned with a maiden gold resource from surface to a depth of 200m on the Cadillac Break, contiguous to LaRonde and O’Brien mines, discovery of gold bearing quartz veins over 450m on surface located in sedimentary portion of property

Parbec – a maiden gold resource from surface to a depth of approximately 300m on the Cadillac Break, contiguous to the operating Canadian Malartic super pit mine

Malartic West – a large property well located on strike and contiguous to the Canadian Malartic Mine, largely unexplored with interpreted geophysical continuity, optioned to SOQUEM

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