Since 2009, Probe Mines has made two major discoveries in Ontario, the Borden Gold Project and the the Black Creek Chromite Project.
The Company's focus is the Borden Gold Project, a significant, multi-million ounce gold discovery located near Chapleau, Ontario. Discovered in a previously unexplored area, the project is situated close to well-developed infrastructure,
An updated Mineral Resource Estimate for the Borden gold deposit was released on June 10, 2014. This was the first Resource Estimate to contain the High-Grade Underground (U/G) resource which is estimated to contain a constrained Indicated Resource of 1.60 million ounces of gold averaging 5.39 g/t Au and an additional constrained Inferred Resource of 0.43 million ounces of gold averaging 4.37 g/t Au, at a 2.5 g/t Au cut-off grade. In addition, the deposit is estimated to contain an Open pit-constrained Resource of 2.32 million ounces of gold averaging 1.03 g/t Au, at a 0.5 g/t Au cut-off grade.
Probe's high-grade Black Creek Chromite Project, located in the James Bay Lowlands was discovered in 2009. Containing a measured and indicated resource of 8.645 million tonnes averaging 37.41% Cr2O3 and an additional inferred 1.6 million tonnes averaging 37.78% Cr2O3, Black Creek is a very valuable asset in Probe's property portfolio.