Strategic and Extensive Landholdings with Potential Significant Upside


Puma controls more than 70,000 ha of prime land in Canada's newest emerging gold camp.

Properties are located at the centre of a gold belt that extends from Northern Ireland to Virginia and hosts several multi-million ounces gold deposits.

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Williams Brook Gold Project

Puma’s flagship Williams Brook Gold Project covers more than 49,000 ha of prospective gold landholdings in Northern New Brunswick, an established and mining-friendly jurisdiction near paved roads and with excellent infrastructure nearby. The nearby towns of St-Quentin and Bathurst have a history of forestry and mining. The local communities support the industry and host a skilled labour force. The land package is located near the Rocky Brook Millstream Fault (“RBMF”), a major regional structure formed during the Appalachian Orogeny and a significant control for gold deposition in the region.

Since 2021, and with less than C$12.5M of exploration investment, Puma made several significant gold discoveries at the Williams Brook property – the Lynx, Tiger, Cheetah, Cougar, Jaguar, and Panthera Gold Zones, with gold mineralization hosted in quartz veins at surface. The Lynx Gold Zone and its 4 km extension to the Cheetah Gold Zone remains the company’s focus. 

A large orogenic system is likely at Williams Brook. Puma is engaged in a multiyear focused exploration program to unlock value and develop Atlantic Canada’s newest gold camp.

Puma is currently focused on developing the Lynx Gold Zone (“LGZ”), but another 3 gold zones were identified in 2022, kilometres away from the LGZ – the Jaguar, Cougar and Panthera Gold Zones. These areas have only been surface sampled, but preliminary high-grade gold results warrant further exploration.

Figure 1. Gold mineralization at the Williams Brook property

* the reader is cautioned that grab samples are selective by nature and may not represent the true metal content of the mineralized zone. 

Gold mineralization at the Lynx Gold Zone (“LGZ”) has been traced over a distance of 750 m along strike, a width of 100 m and a depth of 200 m. Mineralization is open at depth and along strike.

The gold is hosted in quartz veins and veinlets, stockwork and breccias in altered and brecciated rhyolite units at the contact with sediments and is associated with pervasive sericite and iron alteration. Often, visible gold (“VG”) is present. Drilling has returned exceptional results with up to 5 g/t gold over 50.15 m (WB21-02).

Figure 2. Drilling intersections at the Lynx Gold Zone

Figure 2. Lynx Gold Zone 3D gold grade shell model

Figure 3. Gold mineralization at the Lynx Gold Zone

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The Jonpol property consists of 16 claim blocks (2,745 ha) near the Murray Brook and Restigouche deposits. It hosts several gold showings which appear to be associated with Siluro-Devonian mafic intrusions found near the large Rocky Brook Millstream (RBMF) fault and a few secondary structures parallel to it. 

Historical diamond drilling returned 1.13 g/t Au over 12.0 m, 1.37 g/t Au over 6.0 m, 1.37 g/t Au over 1.4 m, 3.89 g/t Au over 1.0 m, and 2.78 g/t Au over 1.5 m. Grab samples* collected in trenches graded 17.1 g/t Au, 14.8 g/t Au, 10.6 g/t Au, 6.8 g/t Au, 5.1 g/t Au, and 3.4 g/t Au. In 2017 and 2018, till sampling and yielded up to 19 coarse gold grains, 9 of which were little modified, indicating glacial transport relatively close to the source. One sample returned 923 ppb gold. (* grab samples are selective by nature and may not represent the true metal content of the mineralized zone.)

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The Portage property of 118 claims is located at the northwest contact of the former Restigouche mine. The property covers a major mafic intrusion of 4km by 6km associated with the Chaleur Group skarns with several showings of copper, cobalt, nickel and gold. In 2017, a trench sample collected by a local prospector returned 1.03% Co.

In 2019, Puma’s trenching and prospecting returned grades of 0.19% Cu, 533 ppm Ni, 0, 83% Co and 0.35 g / t Au in a sample* with approximately 30% massive sulphides. In trench T19-01, 500 metres east of T19-19, a breccia sample* in a mineralized gabbro returned grades of 0.11% Cu, 506 ppm Ni, 384 ppm Co and 25% Fe. (The reader is cautioned that grab samples are selective by nature and may not represent the true metal content of the mineralized zone.)

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Other Properties

Jacquet River

The property located 20 km northeast of Williams Brook covers 340 claims (7,391 ha) is close to paved roads and is readily accessible by logging roads. Historically, very little exploration was conducted on the claims. Puma’s discovery tool, developed through its work on the Lynx Gold Zone at the Williams Brook property, has the potential to uncover significant gold mineralization there.

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