Canadian Gold and Base Metal Exploration



The Klondike gold fields have produced approximately 20 million oz of gold since being discovered in 1897, yet, no significant underground mine has been developed. New understanding of the structural geology may lead to the hard rock source.



Portugal is a mining-friendly jurisdiction with known mineral potential and reliable infrastructure. It has one of the oldest mining traditions in Europe where mining started before Roman times, and a renewal in support is in evidence today.


British Columbia

In southeast British Columbia the Company has a highly-prospective portfolio of gold projects and also holds a large land package prospective for sedimentary exhalative (Sedex, Sullivan) style mineralization.

About Klondike Gold Corp.

The Company has been conducting mineral exploration programs for over 30 years and is a pioneer of hard rock exploration in Canada’s north. Current assets include over 1,500 Mineral Claims covering 800 km2 in two of the world's most recognized mining and exploration camps in the Yukon and southeastern British Columbia.

In Portugal the Company has acquired exploration licenses for a number of former gold mines in the Valongo Belt, which extends over 90 km and hosts gold, antimony, silver, lead, zinc, tin and tungsten mineralization.