BRC holds a 100% equity position in the Moore Property. The Moore Property (Figure 2) is located in the Shuswap Highlands in central British Columbia. The property is located on the top of a ridge between East and North Barriere Lakes. The terrain on top of the ridge consists of rolling hills with gentle slopes. The terrain drops steeply to the north down to North Barriere Lake. The Moore Property presently consists of the original Moore Property, with additional claims acquired at different periods of time. It presently has an area of approximately 995 hectares. The property has good access by road, and a nearby town has all living facilities available. In this property, there is a deposit of copper, gold, and silver.
BRC set out to confirm the documentation of the original historic mineralized zone ‐ the EBL deposit. In 2006, induced polarization (IP) and resistivity surveys were completed which encountered a strong response over much of the 2 km by 2 km survey area. Based on this work, the Company conducted a drilling program from 2008‐2010 totaling 6540.75 meters in 33 diamond drill holes. Results corroborated the original historic findings that a significant mineralized zone or zones exist on the Moore property.
Noteworthy results from the Company’s drill program include DDH-08-04, which intersected 177.63 meters (from 47.77 to 225.6 meters depth) of 0.2% copper with a sub-interval of 10.75 meters (from 59.65-70.4) of 0.63% copper. A 6-meter sub-interval (from 59.65 to 65.65) assayed 0.9% copper and contained 4 meters of 10.5 g/t of silver and 2 meters of 0.5 g/t gold. Near the bottom of DDH-10-04A, and 18.29-meter intersection (from 195.07-213.36) graded 0.4% copper. Drilling indicates significant mineralization is open to depth below 200 meters.