Macmillan Pass Project:

Advancing a World-Class Zinc Asset


Macmillan Pass Project  
Yukon, Canada


The Macmillan Pass Project, located in Canada's mining-friendly Yukon Territory, is host to large zinc-lead-silver deposits. The project is accessible via a 3km road from the North Canol Road off the Robert Campbell Hwy in the southeast Yukon. The territorial government is highly-supportive of the mining industry and the Yukon is one of Canada's top jurisdictions for new mine developments.

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  • The January 2018 Mineral Resource Estimate puts Macmillan Pass among the world’s most significant zinc resources.
  • Fireweed’s Macmillan Pass Project includes the Tom, Jason, Boundary Zone & End Zone zinc-lead-silver deposits.
  • The Tom and Jason deposits contain a combined resource* of:
  • 2018 drilling at End Zone intersected high grade zones including 4.78% Zinc, 10.17% Lead, 87g/t Silver over 11.08m
  • The Nidd Property (acquired Nov. 2018) hosts established zinc mineralization in the Boundary Zone where historic drilling included intersections of:
    • 224.0m of 2.5% zinc and 0.3% Pb including 4.5m of 16.4% zinc* demonstrating potential for both bulk tonnage open pit and high-grade underground mineralization.
  • Significant exploration upside remains, including the potential to expand upon historic work and to utilize modern exploration methods in search of new discoveries.
  • Existing camp, road access and a government airstrip are already in place.