The Newman Todd project is located in the highly prospective Red Lake Mining District of Northern Ontario. Work on the project has defined a gold-bearing structure – the Newman Todd Structure (NTS) – that can be traced for at least 2.2 km along strike, with extremely significant results returned from recent drilling. The NTS spans the entire length of the property and until now has been only sparsely drilled along strike, and it has not been tested at depths below 400 m. Gold mineralization has been intersected in almost every hole drilled in the NTS to date, and the project has excellent potential as it remains wide open along strike and to depth. Previous drilling on the property targeted three principal gold-bearing zones (Heath Bull, Hinge, and North Breccia); however, exploration in 2011 suggests that there are over 20 individual high-grade zones along the current strike length of the NTS. These zones are interpreted as near-vertical to steeply plunging, structurally controlled bodies. Drilling has yielded numerous very high-grade intersections, many greater than 20 g/t gold, with individual values up to 343 g/t.