Chieftain Metals’ principal business is the acquisition, exploration and, if warranted, development of mineral properties. Since incorporation, Chieftain Metals has focused entirely on the acquisition of the Tulsequah Project, which consists of 59 mineral claims and Crown-grants covering approximately 32,403 hectares in northwestern British Columbia, Canada.
The Company’s core asset is the Tulsequah property, located in NW British Columbia 100 km south of Atlin, which contains two past producing mines from the 1950s, the Tulsequah Chief and Big Bull Mines, in addition to approximately 142 km2 of exploration ground. The Tulsequah resources contain Zinc, Copper, Lead, Gold and Silver.
The Tulsequah Project has a network of roads and logistical infrastructure in place. Chieftain has acquired the key permits for construction of a mine, and the company continues to advance the development of Tulsequah Chief.