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Overview

Located within the prolific Golden Triangle of northwest British Columbia, the 100% owned district-scale Latham Copper-Gold Project encompasses ~689 km2 along-trend to world-class copper-gold porphyry deposits including the Red Chris, Saddle North, Schaft Creek, and Galore Creek deposits. Situated within the project boundary are 13 known mineral occurrences and 19 grassroots exploration targets, in addition to the Gnat Pass copper-gold deposit which was first discovered along with the Red Chris deposit during the 1960’s porphyry rush in northern British Columbia. Latham has direct access to Highway 37, which transects the eastern portion of the project, as well as nearby provincial infrastructure including the town and regional airport of Dease Lake. This setting provides Torr with a significant abundance of exploration upside with multiple targets at various stages of development that can be potentially advanced year-round.

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