The RB property is located approximately 45 kilometres East-South-East of the ZAC claims, and consists of four staked claims covering approximately 41.8 square kilometers. The RB property is a highly prospective gold property, which was previously held by Noble Peak Resources and was abandoned in the late 1980's. There has been some drilling on this property (conducted by Noble Peak Resources), which yielded results from trace up to 0.413 oz/t over 8.0m, as well as surface sampling, which yielded results from trace to 4.08 oz/t over 1m from trenching (taken from public filings with the Nunavut mining recorder, the Nunavut Geoscience Archive).
In July of 2011, a total of 73 surface samples were collected from mineralised structures within the Company’s RB claim area and 36% of those samples (26 samples in total) reported gold values exceeding 2.0g/t. An apparent strong northeast/ south-west trending, high grade (samples of +20g/t Au) zone of mineralisation was identified over a length of approximately 1,000 metres – see table for these results.