Golden Dawn Minerals Inc. owns 3 precious and base metal mine projects which are all located within a 15 km radius of its 100% owned modern processing facility located in the prolific Greenwood mining camp in southern British Columbia.

 

During the economic downturn Golden Dawn Minerals has strategically acquired and consolidated highly undervalued precious metal projects in the prolific Greenwood mining district becoming one of the largest land owners in the district and a potential near term gold producer.

Our Projects

May Mac Mine

Drilling in Progress…..
News April 25, 2017
New Drilling Results, Up To 911 g/t Silver And Up To 23.70 g/t Gold

Lexington Mine

Dewatering permit application received for the past producing Lexington Mine. The company is planning to pump out the mine and start trial mining in the Lexington mine by the end of Q3 2017.

Golden Crown Mine

The Golden Crown mine is planned to restart operations in Q2 2018. Application submitted for diamond drilling in 2017.

Greenwood Mill

The key piece of our business plan
With the purchase of the Greenwood mill located virtually in the center of our projects, smaller deposits may now potentially become economically viable to mine.

Near term Mines & Mill

Economies of Scale
With potential feed material from the Lexington mine and other two deposits to be delivered to its 100% owned Greenwood mill, Golden Dawn believes it will increase shareholder value.

The KRR Acquisition

Adding shareholder value through acquisitions
Golden Dawn has acquired Kettle River Resources (KRR) along with its 11,000 hectare mineral properties in the Greenwood area. KRR owns the  Phoenix claim block which contains over 29 historic mines as well as the past producing Phoenix mine (>500M lbs copper and nearly 1M oz gold).

Greenwood Project Video

Updated January 26, 2017

Powerpoint

Updated February 2017

Brochure

Updated February 2017

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