Imperial Mining Group Ltd.

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Imperial is a Canadian-based exploration and development company focussed on the advancement of its copper-zinc, gold and technology metals properties in Québec. Imperial is publicly listed on the TSX Venture Exchange as “IPG” and is led by an exceptional team of exploration and development professionals with an enviable track record of mineral deposit discovery in numerous metal commodities.
Website

https://imperialmgp.com/

https://imperialmgp.com/

Headquarters

410 St-Nicolas, Bureau 236 Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2P5

Public Issuance

2017

Shares Outstanding

50.29m

Corporate Filings

SEDAR

Stock Symbol

IPG:CA

location_on410 St-Nicolas, Bureau 236 Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2P5
 3 Reasons to invest
  1. Critical material advantages and markets for scandium‐ aluminium alloys in the automotive, aerospace and fuel‐cell
    industries

  2. Scandium is used in sports equipment (baseball bats, golf clubs, tennis rackets, bike frames): largest consumer
    of Sc‐Al alloys

  3. Imperial’s market research of aerospace and defence sector consumption alone, identifies at least 450 t of unsatisfied Sc2O3 demand

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Crater Lake Project




The Crater Lake Project is located 200km northeast of Schefferville, Québec and is accessible via fixed-wing aircraft or helicopter. The property consists of 57 contiguous claims covering 27.8km2 and are owned 100% by Imperial Mining Group Ltd.  The property lies in the Churchill Province in the southwestern region of the Mistastin Batholith (1.4Ga). The Mistastin Batholith covers an area of approximately 5,000km2. The dominant lithologies are granite and quartz monzonite with pyroxene. It is cut by younger biotite hornblende granite, which is in turn cut by a 6km diameter smaller olivine quartz syenite, the Crater Lake Intrusive Complex. The Crater Lake syenites are therefore interpreted to be a late differentiate product of the Mistastin Batholith. The dominant exposed lithology is a massive syenite, which contains 1 to 10% of interstitial ferromagnesian minerals. A melanocratic unit, the ferro-syenite, which contains more than 50% ferromagnesian minerals, including cumulate fayalite and hedenbergite, occurs as discontinuous layers, sills and amoeboid-like inclusions or narrow dikes and appears to correspond to several magnetic high features observed at the periphery of the Complex. 
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Carheil and Brouilan Project


The Carheil and Brouilan Project are located 120km north of the town of La Sarre, Quebec and 5km southwest of the former Selbaie Mine, a base metal producer with an historical production of 53 Mt @ 1% Cu, 2.0% Zn, 0.6 g/t Au and 41 g/t Ag. The properties can be accessed via Highway 393 going from La Sarre to Villebois and then north to the former Selbaie Mine. At the kilometer 88 and east-west forestry road goes to the property.

The Carheil and Brouillan property consist of two contiguous claim blocs of 100 claims and 13 claims, respectively. The Carheil and Brouillan claim block are contiguous and cover 53.7km2 and are owned 100% by Imperial Mining Group Ltd. All claims are currently under an option agreement with Soquem Inc, which can earn a 50% interest in the properties by spending $3.75M over a four-year period. Soquem is currently the operator of the exploration program.
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Opawica Project


The Opawica Project is located 20 km East of Desmaraisville and is accessible via Highway 113 going from Val d’Or to Chibougamau, Quebec. The property consists of 14 contiguous claims covering 7.82km2 and are owned 100% by Imperial Mining Group Ltd.  The property lies within a major regional NE-SW deformation corridor that hosts several gold occurrences and some former gold producers, the Joe Mann mine (historical past-production 4.8Mt @ 7.56 g/t Au) and the Bachelor Lake mine (historical past-production 870,000t @ 4.66 g/t Au) located 90km to the east and 20km to the west, respectively. The rocks consist of the mafic volcanics of the Obatogamau Formation and the felsic volcanics of the Wachigabau Member and are stratigraphic equivalents to the Joe Mann South Zone. The contact between these two major units is host to a 75m wide corridor of deformation consisting of several shear zones with strong, pervasive carbonate, sericite, and fuchsite alteration with disseminated pyrite and several quartz veinlets with gold and silver mineralization. Previous work on the property identified a 350m long gold-bearing zone on the eastern part of the property which has never been tested below the 150m level. In addition to the high-grade gold potential at depth no exploration work was conducted west of the gold-bearing zone over a 1.5 km strike length. Little exploration and development work has been conducted on the property since 1985.

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La Ronciere Project


The La Ronciere Project is located 35km East of Desmaraisville and is accessible via Highway 113 going from Val d’Or to Chibougamau, Quebec. The property consists of 45 contiguous claims covering 25.1km2 and are owned 50% by Imperial Mining Group Ltd and 50% by Soquem Inc. The property lies within a major regional NE-SW deformation corridor that hosts several gold occurrences and some former gold producers, the Joe Mann mine (historical past-production 4.8Mt @ 7.56 g/t Au) and the Bachelor Lake mine (historical past-production 870,000t @ 4.66 g/t Au) located 75km to the east and 35km to the west, respectively. The rocks consist of the mafic volcanics of the Obatogamau Formation, the felsic volcanics of the Wachigabau Member and the sediments of the Dalime Creek Formation and are stratigraphic equivalents to the Joe Mann South Zone. The contact between these two major units is host to a 40m wide corridor of deformation consisting of several shear zones with strong, pervasive carbonate, sericite, and fuchsite alteration with disseminated pyrite and several quartz veinlets with gold and silver mineralization. Other subsidiary shears or smaller corridors of deformation are also encountered on the property with the same alteration and mineralization with trends varying from east-west, northwest-southeast and northeast-southwest.
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