Exploration & Services




  • New high priority targets identified outside of known mineralization near the former Scadding Gold Mine
  • Windfall Geotek’s AI targets will help accelerate MacDonald Mines exploration programs
  • The SPJ Project comprises 19,380 hectares in the Davis, Street and Scadding Townships, 40 kilometres East of Sudbury, Ontario and close to key infrastructure (rail, road, power, qualified workforce) and in a mining friendly jurisdiction.
  • The SPJ project is unique due to it’s high grades & potential to be a large scale IOCG System.

Brossard, Quebec / The Newswire / December 16th, 2021 – Windfall Geotek Inc. (TSX-V: WIN, OTCQB: WINKF, FSE: L7C2) a leader in the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with advanced knowledge-extraction techniques since 2005 in the mining sector and is pleased to announce it has provided and completed it’s AI Mineral Exploration targeting services for MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd (TSX-V:BMK) for it’s SPJ Gold Project located North East of Sudbury, Ontario.

Windfall Geotek generated 18 new high priority AI targets for further exploration work to assist MacDonald Mines future exploration programs. The AI analysis showed significant upside potential with high probability AI targets outside of the already known high grade gold areas in & around the Scadding mine.

Project Highlights

  • 18 priority AI targets identified (Figure 1,2,3,4)
  • The work comprised of more than 1 million data points in a surface area of 264.7km2
  • Windfall Geotek was able to locate old historical showings in which data points were not available showing significant accuracy and significance of drill targets.

Geological Context

The McDonald Mines’s SPJ Project is a gold-rich iron-oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) property located 20 km northeast of Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.

Regionally, the SPJ Project is located within the Paleoproterozoic Huronian Supergroup of the Southern Province, which consists of a series of steeply dipping metasedimentary rocks with subordinate metavolcanic rocks. Intrusive rocks in the region include the Cutler, Killarney, and Chief Lake granitic intrusions, while the mafic intrusions include the Nipissing diabase suite, the East Bull Lake intrusion-type and the Sudbury Igneous Complex.

Primary Target Model List

NrGold_Target_IDX_Center Nad83_UTM_17NY_Center Nad83_UTM_17NArea (sq-km)Perimeter (km)NTS SheetGeol_OGS1PT152722451674300.0360.7641I10Quartz-feldspar sandstone, argillite and conglomerate2PT253030951706900.0200.5741I10Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite3PT352773651716900.0290.6941I10Quartz-feldspar sandstone, argillite and conglomerate4PT452789951716400.0320.8041I10Quartz-feldspar sandstone, argillite and conglomerate5PT553621051686000.0490.8941I10Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite; Mafic and related intrusive rocks and mafic dikes6PT653649051683100.0190.5541I10Mafic and related intrusive rocks and mafic dikes7PT753882151674300.0290.7141I09Mafic and related intrusive rocks and mafic dikes8PT853599851676700.0090.3841I10Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite9PT953558851661900.0090.4041I10Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite

Secondary Target Model List

NrGold_Target_IDX_Center Nad83_UTM_17NY_Center Nad83_UTM_17NArea (sq-km)Perimeter (km)NTS SheetGeol_OGS1ST153488251667000.0150.5041I10Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite2ST253679051659900.0350.7741I10Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite3ST353766951668700.0330.7441I10Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite4ST453742851706200.0480.9141I10Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite5ST553877851714100.0130.4741I09Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite6ST653888151715000.0040.2541I09Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite7ST753901051722000.0080.3641I09Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite8ST853922151706900.0200.6141I09Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite9ST953907951685500.0120.4541I09Conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, argillite

Figure 1: Primary Model – Western Portion of SPJ Project

Figure 2: Secondary Model – Western Portion of SPJ Project

Figure 3: Primary Model – Eastern Portion of SPJ Project

Figure 4: Secondary Model – Eastern Portion of SPJ Project

Figure 5: MacDonald Mines Property Wide Map of AI Targets produced by Windfall Geotek Inc.

The scientific and technical data contained in this press release was reviewed and prepared under the supervision of Grigor Heba, Ph.D., P.Geo., Principal Geologist and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

About Windfall Geotek
Powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) since 2005

Windfall is an Artificial Intelligence company that has been in business for over 15 years developing its proprietary CARDS analysis (AI) and data mining techniques. Windfall Geotek can count on a multidisciplinary team that includes professionals in geophysics, geology, Artificial Intelligence, and mathematics. It combines available public and private datasets including geophysical, drill hole and surface data. The algorithms designed and employed by Windfall are calculated to highlight areas of interest that have the potential to be geologically similar to other gold deposits and mineralization. The Company’s objective is to develop a new royalty stream by significantly enhancing and participating in the exploration success rate of mining and to continue the Land Mine detection application as a high priority. Windfall has played a part in numerous past discoveries utilizing its methodology as described at: https://windfallgeotek.com/.

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