December 13, 2007 Announced that over 45 kimberlite targets have been identified after completing over 17,500 line kilometres of airborne geophysics over the Siku property, with only 10% of geophysical data being analysed.
May 16, 2007 Announced a C$1,500,000 million exploration budget for the property. The property surrounds five kimberlite deposits discovered during the 2006 field season. The presence of indicator minerals and geophysical targets had believed that the Franklin diamondiferous kimberlite field extends onto the property. The C$1,500,000 exploration program in 2007 will include; Airborne geophysics; Ground geophysics over selected targets; And drill testing of 12 high priority targets.
October 12, 2006 Reported that an airborne magnetic survey over the claims has been initiated for drill target delineation.