Lucky Minerals CEO, John Mears, wishes to clarify an inadvertent comment made in a recent internet video interview, which has since been removed by the source.
To clarify, Montana’s Attorney General Tim Fox did not strike down the Plaintiff’s Motion For Vacatur of Exploration License in the case of Greater Yellowstone Coalition and Park County Environmental Council (PCEC) vs. Lucky Minerals, Inc.
Attorney General Fox did issue a brief in support of Montana’s Environmental Policy Act and Montana’s Metal Mines Reclamation Act which supports Lucky Mineral’s position requesting that Montana’s District Court deny Plaintiffs’ Motion seeking to vacate Lucky’s exploration license. For further information, please refer to our official news release on the matter that can be accessed at the following link: http://www.luckyminerals.com/montana-attorney-general-requests-denial-of-the-motion-for-vacatur-of-exploration-license-lucky-minerals-retains-license-for-strategic-minerals-exploration-at-emigrant-creek/
Lucky Minerals Inc.
An exploration and development company targeting large-scale mineral systems in proven districts with the potential to host world class deposits.
The Fortuna Project
550 km2 property in the heart of a proven and highly mineralized mineral district in Ecuador but which has seen only limited exploration and has never been drilled.
Evidence of significant hydrothermal alteration & breccias, geochemical anomalies and placer mining supports potential for Cu/Au porphyry systems and epithermal Au deposits similar to numerous multi-million ounce Au and bulk tonnage Cu deposits ~40km away.
Lucky Minerals has outlined a high impact exploration program including geochemistry, geophysics and structural analysis which will identify high potential targets for drilling.
The Emigrant Creek Project
Covers a 15 km2 area in an intensely altered and mineralized porphyry copper-gold-molybdenum system in southern Montana that could potentially host a multi-million ounce gold deposit.
Nine highly mineralized breccia-pipes and two porphyry targets are known to exist within the company’s claims and have been variously explored by drilling, induced polarization geophysical surveys, rock chip sampling and geologic & alteration mapping.
Lucky Minerals has outlined an exploration program consisting of geophysics, geological mapping and ongoing sampling to refine and identify targets, ultimately culminating in diamond drilling.
Investment in Ecuador
Ecuador Mining Sector
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*The targets and the potential quantity and grade are conceptual in nature as there had been insufficient exploration work done to define Mineral Resources as defined by NI 43-101, and it is uncertain if further exploration would result in establishing the existence of Mineral Resources.
Shaun Dykes, M.Sc. (Eng); P.Geo (#20044), is a non-independent Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101, who is responsible for the review of all scientific and technical information contained on this website.
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