Peregrine Project

The Peregrine Zinc Project was acquired by option and staking of claims to cover a seven kilometre length of carbonate rocks with historical evidence that they host Mississippi Valley Type (“MVT”) zinc and lead deposits. Two regional disconformities on the property in dolostone host rocks correspond with environments elsewhere hosting zinc lead deposits. Exploration by Cominco in 1986 discovered showings of zinc and lead mineralization and channel sampling yielded 17 metres of 11.1% zinc (including 11 metres of 14.3% Zn) in one place and 1.7 metres of 11.7% zinc in another. A third location with extensive outcrops of dolostone breccia yielded 2.9% zinc and 15.4% barium. Historical geochemical soil surveys indicated widespread zinc and lead anomalies with zinc values as high as 30,000 ppm and lead values as high as 1,500 ppm.

The property is well located in southeastern British Columbia at relatively low elevations and accessed by old logging roads, 30 kilometres from a major Provincial Highway. Minfocus can earn 100% interest, subject to a 2% NSR, in the optioned claim over two years by payment of $10,000 and one million shares.