The Bachelor Extension property is located 90 kilometres north of Lebel-sur-Quevillon, Quebec. The property consists of 43 mining claims for a total of 2,404 hectares and has interesting mining potential due to its stratigraphic and structural context, as host of the Lamarck-Wedding deformation zone. Notably, the property is at the same stratigraphic level as the Bachelor mine and the former Lac Shortt mine (2.7 Mt at 4.6 g/t Au for 400,000 ounces of gold – DV-2010-01), and covers both the eastern and western extension of the Perry Showing (intersection of 1.4 g/t Au over 19.9 m, including 8.3 g/t Au over 3.0 m in Hole WJ-98-19 – GM56598).
Previous drilling includes only 11 diamond drill holes (1,896 m in total), with no significant values intersected. The reprocessing of historical IP survey data (GM52620-52929) has outlined several high-chargeability anomalies scattered across the property. At least five anomalies that have not yet been tested by drilling are associated with Mo-Au-Cu-Zu enrichment in the bedrock. Accordingly, this property merits further exploration work.