Dog Bay


The Dog Bay property group consists of 1,857 mineral claims totaling 465 km². The property encompasses mineral claims from the east side of the town of Lewisporte extending to the tip of the Port Albert Peninsula, Newfoundland.

Geology & Structure

The Dog Bay property group is situated within the Exploits Subzone and encompass a variety of siliciclastic sediments, volcanics, and intrusions that strike in a general northeast-southwest orientation.

Structurally, the property is divided by the interpreted northeast-southwest trending Dog Bay Line and parts of the property are transected by the similarly trending interpreted Reach Fault. The Dog Bay Line represents a major regional scale structure within the Exploits Subzone which is believed to be spatially associated with significant gold mineralization in the region.