The Troilus gold and copper deposits lie within the eastern segment of the Frotêt-Evans Greenstone Belt, in the Opatica Subprovince of the Superior Province in Quebec, Canada. This greenstone belt extends for more than 300 kilometres and varies from a few kilometres up to 45 kilometres in width. It is divided into two similar volcano-sedimentary domains, the west domain and the east domain, which is known as the Frotêt-Troilus Domain.
The Troilus region contains many occurrences of gold, base metals, and molybdenite mineralization; Troilus being the largest gold deposit found to date.
A technical report on the estimated mineral resources hosted at Troilus was completed by Roscoe Postle Associates Inc. in November 2018 for Troilus Gold Corp (view full report HERE). According to the conclusions of the report, there are significant underground and open pit mineral resources remaining at Troilus, where mineralized gold grade and thicknesses are very continuous and the mineralization remains open at depth.
Z87 and J Zone (J4 and J5) – Open Pit & Underground Mineral Resources
Total Open Pit Mineral Resources Only
Z87 - Open Pit Mineral Resources
J Zone - Open Pit Mineral Resources
Total Underground Mineral Resources Only