August 31, 2008 Annual rentals have been paid to keep the mining claims in good standing. This property will require additional funding to continue its development. At present there is no plan to work on this property.
During the summer of 2007, a series of drill holes on the property are planned to to explore for the extension of the Slisco Channel to the south. Presently, it has been traced for 1,800 feet. The drill program will also seek to define any gold bearing tributaries to the Slisco Channel.
During the summer of 2006, a total of 39 drillholes were completed at Slisco Bench. Drill results confirm the presence of gold in areas of previous drilling and have identified a channel containing placer gold that extends for a length of over 1,800 feet. The channel remains open to the southeast and there is evidence of one or more tributary channels that remain to be explored in the near future. Pay layer thicknesses range from 1.5 to 3 m. To date, 20 out of 39 drill holes have been processed and analyzed for placer gold. Out of these 20, 11 drill holes show visible gold with values ranging from 0.009 to 0.495 ounces per cubic meter.