Copper Lake explores for copper, zinc and nickel base metals with significant precious metal credits In Northwestern Ontario.
It is based in Thunder Bay, Northwest Ontario and looks to develop properties where a substantial amount of historical exploration has already been undertaken. It aims to add value by deploying modern geophysical tools and combining this with extensive geological field work. Using these methodologies Copper Lake has been able to develop its two advanced exploration properties.
Marshall Lake which is Copper Lakes primary focus is a copper, zinc, silver and gold exploration project located 30 km west of Nakina and approximately 252 km northeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The closest towns to the property are Armstrong and Nakina both of which are access points for the Trans Canada, CNR railway. Road access is by all weather gravel roads off Hwy 11 crossing the main CNR rail line 22 km to the south of the Property. The Marshall Lake Property is located within the Thunder Bay Division, northeast of Lake Nipigon.
Norton Lake is a nickel, copper, cobalt, and platinum group element deposit which is located about 50 km northeast of Fort Hope, Ontario, and about 400 km northeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Access currently is by helicopter from either Armstrong or Nakina.