Surimeau District Project

Renforth’s wholly owned 330 sq. km property in Quebec’s mining heartland
Surimeau’s surface mineralization includes Nickel, Cobalt, Copper, Zinc, Silver, Gold and Lithium in several locations

Renforth’s Surimeau project is comprised of 540 mining claims, over a total of 30,327 hectares, south of the town of Cadillac, Quebec and contiguous to the Canadian Malartic Mine.  The property is wholly owned, with only the typical requirements to keep the property in good standing, and almost entirely unencumbered with the exception of a handful of claims in the north-eastern portion of the property subject to an NSR, however, there is no known mineralization on those claims and they are removed from any of the areas of current interest.

The current Surimeau property was assembled commencing in 2020 by adding claims to Renforth’s Malartic West property by map staking.  The goal of the map staking was to acquire historic gold and base metal showings, as indicated by the yellow and blue dots in the map above, as well as the pronounced magnetic anomalies joining several of the areas of discrete historic exploration.  This is the first time this property has been assembled as it is today and actively explored, a significant portion of the property has never been explored.