Apex has a portfolio of quality properties including:
1. The historic Jersey-Emerald tungsten-zinc mine in southern BC.
2. The historic Ore Hill gold property in southern BC.
3. The Mount Anderson gold-silver property in the Yukon Territory.
The Jersey-Emerald tungsten-zinc property is host to British Columbia's second largest historic zinc mine and Canada's second largest historic
The Ore Hill gold property includes the historic Ore Hill and Summit gold mines. The two former producers are located at the south end of British Columbia's Sheep Creek Gold camp.
The Mt. Anderson gold-silver property was discovered in 1909. Three styles of gold mineralization in 5 zones have been explored with a number of adits, trenches and bulk samples. The property lies adjacent to the historic Skukum Gold Mine property presently being worked by Whitehorse Gold Corp.
In 2021, the Company completed an updated NI43-101 Tungsten Resource Estimate for its Jersey Emerald Project. The results of the study confirm a significant tungsten (WO3) resource on the property with associated gold and molybdenum.
Apex's business strategy is to acquire quality, under explored, precious metal properties with undiscovered resource potential in established mining camps. The company then advances the projects until they can be joint ventured or sold with a retained NSR royalty to Apex.
Linda Dandy, P.Geo., Director, is the Company's Qualified Person (QP) for NI43-101 purposes and has reviewed and approved the technical disclosure on this website. QP for the Jersey Emerald Project is Sue Bird, P.Eng., of Moose Mountain Technical Services. QP for the Ore Hill Project is consulting geologist Perry Grunenberg, P.Geo. QP for the Mt. Anderson Project is Carl Schulze, P.Geo., of Aurora Geoscience Ltd.
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