The Lac Surprise gold property, as is the case with Northern Superior’s Croteau Est property, is situated
in one of Québec’s more important and historic mining camps, Chapais-Chibougamau (Figure 1).
Centrally located within this camp, an area currently experiencing aggressive mineral exploration, the
Lac Surprise property includes major regional structures associated with recent gold mineralization
discoveries. These discoveries include: a) Ressources Géoméga Inc.’s (“Géoméga”) Anik Gold property,
located directly north of and tied onto, the Lac Surprise property (see Géoméga news releases, February
23, and September 28, 2015a, b); b) Vanstar Mining Resources Inc. (Vanstar) and IAMGOLD
Corporation’s Nelligan property, located directly east of and tied onto, the Lac Surprise property (see
Vanstar news releases, February 23, 2015, June 30, 2016, March 14th, 2017); and c) TomaGold
Corporation and IAMGOLD’s Monster Lake property, located 10km to the north-northeast of the Lac
Surprise property (see TomaGold news releases, February 25, 2015 and June 15, 2016).
In addition, these same structures over which the Lac Surprise property occurs host several gold mines
and deposits which include the: Lac Short Mine and Fenton Deposit to the west, the Joe Mann Mine and
Philibert Deposit to the east and the Chevrier Deposit to the northeast.
Much of the following summary of the Lac Surprise gold property has been taken from an internal
technical report (Parsons, S.R.G., Tremblay, R.G., and Avery, R.W., 2015, Bold Ventures Inc.,
Northern Superior Resources Inc., Lac Surprise Gold Project 2014 Exploration Program, Druillettes,
Hazeur, Langloiserie Townships, Chapais Area, Québec, Canada [NTS: 32G/6, 32G/7], 402 p.).