Wallbridge Mining Company is continuing exploration on its Sudbury properties, which include the Broken Hammer PGE-copper project.
On the Parkin Offset Joint Venture, a review and compilation of existing and historical drill information has been completed, and an updated geological model was created in the first half of 2013. The offset hosts platinum, palladium, nickel, copper and gold mineralization.
The Wallbridge-Lonmin Sudbury Camp Joint Venture is exploring for PGE, copper and nickel deposits on seven properties. A total of 3,029 metres of drilling have been completed on the Skynner Lake property during the first half of 2013. Additional drilling, along with geophysics, is proposed to start in October.
At the Wallbridge-Lonmin North Range Joint Venture, the company completed 9.6 km of surface electromagnetic geophysics, 920 km of airborne electromagnetic geophysics and more than 900 metres of the planned 1,400 metres of drilling and borehole geophysics.
Work is additionally continuing to advance the Broken Hammer project through feasibility and into production.