Company Profile September 2005 Corporate Objectives Increase shareholder value through exploration & development of large impact mineral projects in North America and Australia
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Goldstake Explorations Inc.:
Publicly listed, Canadian mineral exploration
and development company, 1st incorporated as
Seemar Mines Ltd. in 1966 & traded on the OTC.
Name was changed to Goldstake Explorations Inc.
in 1986 and has traded on the TSE under the
symbol GXP since 1988.
Has a diversified portfolio of precious and base metal properties in Canada, the United States and Australia.
Goldstake Exploration Inc.’s business strategy has been to acquire properties meeting the following criteria:
Goldstake’s management & consultants are
professional mining engineers, geologists &
businessmen with many years of hands on
experience in the development & operation
of small and large scale mining companies
35 years of experience in precious metals exploration & mining; global network of contacts including top mining industry specialists
41 years mining industry experience, director of several Canadian mining companies & of Hecla Mining Company, a major US silver/gold producer
Canadian businessman involved with the engineering equipment industry for 31 years
Senior Executive with over 30 years experience in marketing, advertising & real estate in Canada and the United States
Responsible for dealing with EPA &
CERCLA legal requirement on
Whitewood Creek project.
Dealt with lawyer Stephen D. Ramsey
who is now V.P. - Environmental for
General Electric, USA.
1. Barrow Creek Properties – Northern Territory Australia
Home of Bullion (Copper, Silver, Gold, Zinc, Lead)
Prospect D (Copper, Nickel, Gold)
2.McGarry – Ontario, Canada (Gold, Diamonds)
3. Hill End – NSW, Australia (Gold)
4. Whitewood Creek – South Dakota, U.S.A (Gold)
at Hill End in 1872
2 oz/ton at a depth of 190 feet along a 240 foot section of one 10” wide gold bearing reef. Mining ceased when miners broke into old workings
PLANT RECOVERY SITE