Williams Gold / Porphyry Property

100% Owned


Located in British Columbia’s Prolific “Golden Horseshoe”

Significant projects active in the Toodoggone region include Benchmark Metals Inc.’s Lawyer’s gold and silver project, Evergold Corp.’s Golden Lion project, Colorado Resources Ltd.’s Sofia project, and Amarc Resources Ltd.’s Joy project.

This website contains information about adjacent properties on which Copaur Minerals has no right to explore or mine. Investors are cautioned that mineral deposits on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on the Company’s properties.

Williams property is in  highly prospective rocks in the north-eastern region of the prolific metal-endowed Stikine Terrane, British Columbia, Canada. Magmatic events in Stikine during the Late Triassic and Early Jurassic were the driving source for the development of mineralizing porphyry and epithermal systems. On both the east and west sides of the Bowser Basin the same magmatic and mineralizing events are recognized

Recent News

  • Belt of Cu-Au porphyry and epithermal Au-Ag deposits
  • Kemess South: recently closed open-pit porphyry deposit*
  • Centerra, is currently evaluating Kemess North for potential block cave development*
  • Lawyers, Baker, Shasta are past – producing epithermal gold deposits*
  • Lawyers, owned by Benchmark (TSV: BNCH): completed a 100,000 meter drill program See September 28, 2021 New Release*

Williams Property History 1983-2006

T-Bill Gold Prospect

38 line km induced polarization geophysics and

A strong Au-As soil geochemical anomaly, defined by >100 ppb Au and >200 ppm As, covers an area of 2 x 3 km of which only an area of 300M x 300M
was drilled

5, 878m (26 drill holes) 1983-84 & 2003 – 11 holes intersected grades greater than 12 gpt Au

All of the drilling was less than 200m vertical depth.

GIC Porphyry Prospect

17 line km induced polarization geophysics and marked by a 500 x 1,400 metre soil geochemical anomaly, defined by >100 ppm Cu (max: 1166 ppm Cu). Within the Cu geochemical anomaly are two Au subanomalies, defined by >100 ppb Au, measuring 300 x 500 metres (extending south and east from the gossan; max 1000 ppb Au).

Confirmed that 2006 drilling on GIC Porphyry Prospect was off the target. Possibly due to GPS errors between Nad  27 Nad 83.

Located in the Golden Horseshoe and on trend between Kemess North and Red Chris producing mines* and 20km NW of the past producing Lawyers Mine reopened by Benchmark (TSX: BNCH)