The Kirkland West property is made up of two main zones: The Baldwin Zone and the Eby Zone.

Baldwin Mine: A shaft from 1929 with four levels to 127m depth exists with lateral development of 1,177m.  Historical production resulted in gold grades of approximately 15 g/tt.  The zone contains narrow high-grade gold-quartz veins up to 0.6m thick. This zone requires follow up drilling to test the convergence of the major structures.

Eby Zone: Historical drilling showed narrow, high-grade gold-quartz veins in N.W. trending porphyry and volcanic surrounded by low-grade but anomalous gold in wall rocks--up to 26.1m grading 0.34 gpt gold. Structures go through the Eby Zone, which will be tested.

Kirkland West: Where the "Breaks" Come Together

The Main Break is considered the most important gold hosting structure at Macassa, and the Amalgamated Break is a key structural control for Macassa's South Mine Complex. All structures at the prolific Cadillac-Larder Lake Break and Kirana Break converge at Kirkland West, making this an optimal setting for gold mineralization. Mistango will conduct significant drilling on these structures to understand further the structural controls on the Kirkland West property's known mineralization.