- Aben Minerals’ 100-percent-owned Forrest Kerr Gold project is located in the middle of the Golden Triangle, an area known for having produced millions of ounces of gold and silver and is proximal to known deposits.
- Aben Minerals also has the option to acquire a 100-percent interest in the Slocan Graphite project in southeast British Columbia. The company received a multi-year, area-based mineral exploration permit from the British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation to conduct mineral exploration on the property for five years.
- Aben Minerals’ Pringle North gold project is located in Red Lake, Ontario; the company has the option to acquire a 100-percent right, title and interest in the property
- Aben Minerals’’ Justin Gold project is located in the eastern Yukon, Canada. The company has received and filed an NI 43-101 compliant Technical Report for the project in February 2022.
- Aben Minerals is led by a strong management team with decades of experience in mineral exploration, corporate financing and executive management
The Golden Triangle represents an incredibly lucrative mining region in Canada. Located in northwestern British Columbia, the region is a hotbed for mineral exploration and acquisition. About 44 percent of the $ 422 million mineral exploration expenditures in BC in 2020 was reportedly spent in the Golden Triangle.
Numerous companies have been operating in the region. Notable groups and their projects include Skeena Resources’ (TSX:SKE) Snip Gold project, and Newmont (NYSE:NEM) and Teck Resources’ (TSX:TECK.B) Galore Creek.
Aben Minerals ((TSXV:ABM, OTCQB:ABNAF, FWB:E2L2) aims to turn exploration into discovery, not only in the Golden Triangle but also in the Red Lake Gold Camp in Ontario, the Yukon, and Southeast BC. The company offers the right combination of an experienced management team and diverse operations across resource-rich Canada and is committed to generating value for investors.