Corporate

Corporate

Falco Resources (TSXV: FPC) is a junior resource exploration company and is one of the largest claim holders in the Abitibi region of Quebec. Falco's genesis was from the acquisition of one of Canada's most established VMS mining camps, the Rouyn Noranda Mining Camp, including the Horne Mine Complex area (birth place of Noranda in the 1920's) and 13 other former producers. Falco Resources has 100% ownership of 74,000 hectares of property, which represents 70% of the entire camp.

Falco Resources employed a highly technical digitization and data mining strategy to move over 80 years of historical data into the 21st century. The bundling of this proprietary data with modern day technology, allowed Falco to 'rediscover' the Horne 5 deposit, culminating in a NI 43-101 inferred mineral resource estimate. The inferred resource consists of 2.15 million oz gold (2.8 million oz gold equivalent) at: 25.3 million tonnes @ 2.64 g/t gold, 0.23% copper, 0.70% zinc (3.41 g/t gold equivalent).

Falco's current strategy is to delineate at least 5 million gold equivalent ounces of mineral resources at the Horne Project, while also actively pursuing a number of gold and base metal targets on its extensive land package.