Dunnedin Ventures Inc.

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  About Us
Dunnedin Ventures Inc. (TSX.V:DVI) is an exploration company based out of Vancouver, BC. Our main focus is the 100% owned, advanced stage Kahuna Diamond Project in Nunavut, Canada.
Website

https://dunnedinventures.com/

https://dunnedinventures.com/

Headquarters

Suite 1020, 800 West Pender Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2V6

Public Issuance

1987

Shares Outstanding

126.62m

Corporate Filings

SEDAR

Stock Symbol

DVI:CA

location_onSuite 1020, 800 West Pender Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2V6
 3 Reasons to invest
  1. Fancy colored diamonds are internationally recognized, well established goods. They have been collected and traded by royalty for hundreds of years and have only recently become available to the general public.

     

  2. Diamonds are small, they weigh next to nothing and they are extremely portable. Therefore, large amounts can easily be transported and concealed in emergency situations.

  3. Even just a little research proves that over the past 30 years, the price appreciation of natural fancy colored diamonds has dominated the market. Auctions results prove the strength of colored diamonds in today's market, not to mention that they have repeatedly broken auction house records for the highest price per carat ever paid at auction for a diamond or jewel.

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Kahuna Project




Dunnedin is advancing its 100% owned, Kahuna Diamond Project in Nunavut on two fronts:

Kahuna hosts a high-grade, near surface inferred diamond resource of 4 million carats, in two kimberlite dikes at an average grade of 1 carat per tonne (cpt), with significant expansion potential (see Kahuna Resource Estimate).
Kahuna hosts numerous kimberlite pipe targets, defined in collaboration with Dunnedin’s advisor and largest shareholder (12%) Dr. Chuck Fipke, who discovered Canada’s first diamond mine at Ekati, NWT, where more than 65 million carats have been produced to date.
At Kahuna, Dunnedin holds diamond interest on 1,664 km2 of mineral tenure located 26 kilometers northeast of Rankin Inlet and adjacent to the year-round infrastructure of Agnico Eagle’s Meliadine gold mine.  The company acquired the project in 2014 and has benefited from CAD $30 million of exploration work spent on the property by previous owners. Combining this data with Dunnedin’s own sampling, trenching and drilling, Dunnedin is poised to make the next major kimberlite pipe discovery while developing a diamond resource in Canada.
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Trapper Gold Copper Porphyry System

The Trapper Gold Project is located in the Atlin Mining Division of northern British Columbia, Canada. The property covers a large gold-in-soil anomaly. The gold anomaly was established with more than 900 soil samples defining a greater than two kilometre long zone that averages 200 metres in width and remains open ended along strike. Values range up to 18 g/t gold, and reportedly occur within hydrothermal breccias. The gold anomaly is associated with mafic volcanic rocks assigned to the Triassic aged Stuhinni Group that are intruded by diorite and dacitic feldspar porphyry stocks. Extensive iron carbonate-silica alteration suggests that the soil anomaly is associated with a robust large scale hydrothermal system.

In July 2011 the Company commenced diamond drilling at Trapper (Table 1). Drilling began with one drill testing the Main Gold zone, which included the historically defined gold-in-soil anomaly. A second drill was mobilized in late summer 2011 to test new targets identified by the ongoing ground-based Induced Polarization geophysical survey, geological mapping/prospecting and soil geochemical program. Positive preliminary exploration results warranted an expansion of the work program to include an airborne geophysical survey across the entire Trapper property and broadening of regional geological coverage. Assay results from 21 grab samples taken along the core of a 3+ kilometre iron-carbonate altered trend that includes the Main zone, returned an average of 1.12 g/t gold, with  a high value of 10.25 g/t gold. These results increased the footprint of gold-rich mineralization by over a kilometre of strike, to 2.5 kilometers.
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