Hi Ho Silver Resources Inc. is a public mineral exploration company listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange, and in Germany on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (CSE: HHS, FSE: F9T). Hi Ho is based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, and is focused on exploring and developing targeted areas in North America.
Hi Ho’s projects include:
1. The Voisey’s Bay projects located in Labrador
Hi Ho Silver Resources has recently acquired 4 claim blocks in the Voisey’s Bay area.
Recent staking activity has accelerated in the Labrador Nickel Belt based renewed interest in nickel exploration in this prominent nickel production area.
VALE is mining nickel at the Voisey’s Bay Mine approximately 30km northwest of the Hi Ho project area. A Newfoundland Department of Natural Resources Paper by R. Kerr (2001) stated “…Potential for further discoveries remains in the immediate Voisey’s Bay area..” Recognition of this potential is stimulating the current activity.
1. The Grasset Dome project located in Northwestern Quebec
The Grasset Dome property is adjacent to the recent nickel-copper-platinum group element discovery by Balmoral Resources Ltd. Hi Ho is focused on the Grasset Dome property in the Abitibi greenstone belt in Northwestern, Quebec. The Abitibi greenstone belt is a significant gold region in Ontario and Quebec and has historically produced over 130 million ounces of gold. There are currently numerous major mining companies exploring and producing in the region, with nickel exploration well under way in the Grasset Lake area.
2. The Fairview Gold project located near Oliver, BC.
The Property contains an Inferred Mineral Resource of 32,000 ounces of gold and 192,000 ounces of silver in a 334,000 tonne zone averaging 2.9 g/t gold and 17.9 g/t silver at a cutoff of 1g/t gold. Within this resource is a core zone of 51,000 tonnes grading 11g/t gold and 38 g/t silver. This higher grade zone is delineated by higher intensity drilling over 150 m of strike and extending 70 m from surface.
3. The Bralorne Gold project located 241 km northeast of Vancouver, and 11 km northwest of Gold Bridge.
The Bralorne property covers the 6 km southeast extension of the mineral belt extending through the historic Pacific Eastern prospect (sometimes known as the Pioneer Extension) as far as the Dan Tucker prospect. The majority of this land was formerly covered by Crown Grants, now all reverted, all of which were issued for the purpose of advancing exploration and development of the patent lands.