A very large geochemical anomaly was discovered in a joint venture between the Alberta and federal governments near High Level in northwestern Alberta. The program involved sampling glacial till for kimberlite indicator minerals, and was not successful in this regard. However, the program did discover a zinc anomaly covering 4000 square kilometres.
Of numerous samples within the area all but a few contained significant zinc values. The ice direction of the glaciers responsible for the glacial till is well known. Generation Mining has an option to earn a 100% interest in a 50,000 ha property to the east of the anomaly in the area where the source is thought to be. The plan is to conduct more detailed glacial till sampling, possibly followed by geophysics and drilling.