Cliff-Miles is a large porphyry copper-gold system with an alteration footprint of 4 km x ½ km, covering the southern portion of the 7.5 km long Hawilson Monzonite Complex (“HM”). The system is near the Triassic-Jurassic unconformity, referred to as the “Red Line” which is a key geologic guide for copper-gold mineralization in the Golden Triangle. The Company has recently obtained Re/Os age dates from the Cliff-Miles porphyry (187.2 Ma) confirming that it belongs to the fertile episode of calc-alkalic porphyry intrusions of the Jurassic age Texas Creek Plutonic Suite. Porphyry copper-gold mineralization is associated with a series of monzonite porphyry intrusions and breccias hosted by upper Triassic Stuhini and Hazelton Group rocks. The geology and metallogeny of the Cliff-Miles porphyry system is similar to the Kerr Deposit of Seabridge Gold’s KSM project, which has an inferred resource of 1.92 billion tonnes grading 0.41% copper and 0.31 g/t gold, containing 19.0 million ounces of gold and 17.3 billion pounds of copper (Seabridge New Release Feb 16, 2017).