Mike McCuaig B.Sc. P.Geo
Geologist & Project Coordinator
Phone: 778.520.2000 Mobile: 250.464.9786
Since earning a Bachelor Degree in Geology from St. Francis Xavier University in 2003, Mike has worked on a number of projects across British Columbia, Yukon, Saskatchewan, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. He has spent the last four years as a project geologist and manager on diamond drill exploration programs in the Yukon focusing on gold systems. Mike has worked with TerraLogic Exploration since 2008.
Forest Hill Gold Project, Nova Scotia
- Small underground gold mine located 200 km northeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia with historic production of 25,000 oz Au. Worked as a geologist who was part of the team which drilled 12,174 meters from 2003-2005 delineating 255,000 oz in new gold resources around historic underground workings.
Iron Range Project, British Columbia
- A prospective grassroots SEDEX and ICOG target located in southeastern British Columbia. Mike worked as a project geologist on two separate drill programs in 2008 and 2011, primarily evaluating the IOCG and SEDEX potential of the property.
Justin Project, Yukon
- Managed the diamond drilling program for the Justin Project in 2011, 2012 and 2014, an intrusion related gold prospect located 30 km south of Tungsten N.W.T. Was part of the team who advanced the program from grassroots recce sampling to the discovery of the POW zone gold-tungsten prospect.
Freegold Mountain Project, Yukon
- Managed exploration programs for Northern Freegold Resources in 2013 and 2014 at Freegold Mountain, a porphyry-epithermal related gold-silver-copper hydrothermal system hosting three NI43-101 deposits and numerous prospects located 55 km west-northwest of Carmacks, YT. Mike was part of the team who discovered and advanced the Irene epithermal gold-silver prospect.