The Star Diamond Project and the Fort a la Corne Joint Venture ("FALC-JV") are located 60 kilometers east of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, a major supply centre for central Saskatchewan. A paved highway, gravel grid road system, and an extensive network of forestry roads provide excellent year round access.
Shore has 100 percent ownership of 382 mineral dispositions (212,900 hectares) which include the 23 contiguous mineral dispositions (9,280) over the Star Diamond Project. The FALC-JV (Shore 67%, Newmont 33%) consists of 121 mineral dispositions (22,544 hectares).
The Buffalo Hills property lies in northern Alberta some 350 kilometers northwest of Edmonton and consists of 78 Metallic Industrial Mineral Permits ("MIMP") totaling 384,065 hectares. In addition, the Buffalo Hills Joint Venture includes a further 77,239 hectares contained in the Loon Lake and Swampy Lake properties.