Following the discovery of copper bearing quartz-monzonite by prospectors in 1998, the property was optioned by Imperial Metals Corporation and a program of 43 percussion holes and rock sampling was completed. Drilling by Imperial Metals from 1998-1999 intersected up to 0.49% Cu.
In 2000, Misty Mountain (Hunter Dickinson Group) completed 67 line-km of induced polarization ("IP") surveys and 817 soil samples were collected. Results from this program outlined five IP anomalies in addition to a broad distribution of copper mineralization.
In 2001, Doublestar Resources Ltd. completed 1,581.53 m of diamond drilling in nine holes. Significant results from this program include 142.3 metres grading 0.25% Cu in hole CS-07, and 97.5 metres grading 0.08% Cu in CS-02, with the hole bottoming in 0.56% Cu.
Prospecting and rock sampling by Divitiae in 2015 located a new showing where surface sampling returned up to 3.3% Cu, 0.2 g/t Au and 12.2 g/t Ag.