Klondike’s Kennedy on the best underexplored zinc, silver and lead camp in Canada
“Our 100 square kilometer portion of the camp has produced over 159 million pounds of zinc in its history and over 349 million pounds of lead and over 40 million ounces of silver. Where we are aiming to go is in a fully unexplored area, which is adjacent to a past producing mine called the Silvana Mine.” States Tom Kennedy, Director and CEO of Klondike Silver Corp. (TSXV: KS), in an interview with InvestorIntel Corp. CEO Tracy Weslosky.
Tracy Weslosky: It is my understanding that Klondike Silver brings the promise of the best underexplored zinc-silver-lead camp in Canada. Would you say that is true Tom?
Tom Kennedy: I would say that is true.
Tracy Weslosky: Something else that was brought to my attention today, I was speaking with, who we affectionately refer to as, The Nameless Broker at InvestorIntel who tells me that at least 2 well known billionaires in the resource sector own shares in Klondike Silver. Can you just talk to us a little bit about that?
Tom Kennedy: The team has to be credible and transparent to the public. A key team member who is a geological engineer worked at this camp for the past 8 years as in charge of mining and exploring. He is just thrilled to be involved with this project again at this time.
Tracy Weslosky: It is my understanding Tom that you have a number of members in your management team that have real experience taking an exploration play to production. Is that true?
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Tom Kennedy: The exploration play to production, in this particular case I will stick more to the case of keeping a production play going for 10 years by exploring, which is a necessary thing in this type of geological setting. One must have mine and explore at the same time. Yes, basically you are taking things from exploration to production at all times in that framework.
Tracy Weslosky: Klondike Silver has cash in the bank. For those of you out there that may not be familiar with Klondike Silver, Tom can you give us a bit of an overview including where you are actually located?
Tom Kennedy: We are located in southeastern British Columbia, not too far from Alberta and U.S. borders. This area of British Columbia was absolutely critical in helping build British Columbia. This area started producing silver, lead and zinc back in the 1900 era and has last produced in this particular camp in 2013. What was needed in this camp was to bring modern technology. There has never been any modern technology ever in this camp prior to Klondike Silver doing this over the last 4 years. In the past, even without modern technology as we have it today, this 250 square kilometer camp, of which Klondike has 100 square kilometers, which it consolidated starting in 1999, prior to that everything was just small little plots, but now we have got a huge area called the Main Lode vein system located on it. This particular camp has, let me explain it this way. Our 100 square kilometer portion of the camp has produced over 159 million pounds of zinc in its history and over 349 million pounds of lead and over 40 million ounces of silver. Where we are aiming to go is in a fully unexplored area, which is adjacent to a past producing mine called the Silvana Mine…to access the complete interview, click here
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