The Mary property consists of 6,365 hectares and lies 1,500 metres east of the New Nadina block. The underlying geology of this claim block is Cretaceous Kaslaka Group andesitic volcanics. These rocks are overlain by Eocene Endako Group Goosley Lake Formation alkaline volcanic rocks and Buck Creek Formation basaltic volcanics. A small plug of the Eocene Goosley plutonic suite intrudes the Cretaceous rocks. Historic exploration on the Mary block included induced polarization surveying and follow up percussion drilling of IP anomalies. Of the 22 percussion drill holes completed in 1985, only 9 actually reached bedrock. Four of those intercepted anomalous pathfinder elements. The IP anomalies remain untested. (Source: BC Ministry of Mines Assessment Reports 14346 and 15967). Resolve cautions investors that this historical exploration data has not been verified.
The Son property lies 20 kilometres to the southwest of the recently acquired Mary property, announced Nov. 27, 2017. The Son block consists of two claims totalling 2,495 hectares and lies 10.3 kilometres south of the New Nadina block. The underlying geology of this claim block is Cretaceous Kaslaka Group andesitic volcanics intruded by a small plug of the Cretaceous Bulkley intrusions. A regional fault transects the claim block along the southwest contact of the intrusion. Historic exploration on the Son block includes geological mapping and rock and soil geochemistry. Several geochemical anomalies were identified but do not appear to have been followed up.
The property appears to have additional exploration history. Resolve plans to review the complete assessment record of historical work to assist in the planning of an exploration program to identified potential drill targets.