Falco Pacific Resource Group is one of Canada's newest resource discovery and development companies. With the acquisition of over 90% of one of Canada's most prolific mining camps, Falco Pacific has already defined itself as an aggressive new name in the junior resource sector.
Backed by major strategic shareholders which includes Osisko Mining Corporation, a veteran exploration team, an experienced board of directors and some of the brightest minds in the Canadian geological community, Falco Pacific controls over 700 sq km in the Rouyn-Noranda base and precious metals camp in Northwestern Quebec. This massive land package hosts 14 former producing copper-gold-zinc deposits and bounded by two of the most productive gold bearing structures in North America (Destor-Porcupine and Larder Lake-Cadillac fault zones).
1926 Image of Horne Mine
The largest former producer was the Horne mine. Discovered by E.H. Horne in 1920,the Horne mine produced 54Mt (6.1g/t Au, 2.2% Cu, 13 g/t Ag), between 1923 and 1976, making it the highest gold grade VMS deposit of its size in the world. The Horne mine, being the largest of the 14 former producers on Falco Pacific's ground was the primary building block for Noranda Inc., turning it into one of the largest resource enterprises in Canadian history.
Cooperation and innovation will drive Falco Pacific's progress. We have a vast network of partners to collaborate with amongst the many local communities, government, and First Nations. In addition, our innovative team will continue to challenge the status quo through the use of sustainable new approaches in order to meet the needs of all stakeholders.
The company advises that the production, tonnage and grades listed above are historical in nature and have not been verified.