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At Trevali, we are asking ourselves some big questions about what it means to be a global mining company in today’s world.

We know that modern society needs mineral resources and the products that mining helps create.

As times change, society’s expectations of us change too.

Expectations about environmental responsibility.

Around what it means to be a good corporate citizen.

About being a company that is sustainable for the long-term.

And one that benefits its employees, its communities and its shareholders.

At Trevali, we are excited by these evolving expectations. They inspire innovative ideas and create new opportunities for us to enhance how our business operates.

Motivated by the potential that these questions present, we are focused on constant, incremental improvements in our business. Bringing creativity, agility and innovation into the very heart of the company. Operating efficiently and with the highest of safety standards. We are working to make ongoing improvements that contribute to achieving larger long-term goals.

By asking, and answering, these questions, we will create a different kind of mining company, and a new Trevali.

We embark on this journey with the key ingredients for success: strong assets, potential for resource expansion, a great balance sheet, and an engaged team of professionals.

As a reflection of our new vision, we are also launching a new corporate identity.

We are just getting started. Watch this space.

Trevali – the Future of Mining


Ricus Grimbeek
President & Chief Executive Officer

Heath Steele



New Brunswick, Canada


Option to acquire 100% interest




  • Previous underground mining operations between between 1957 to 1999 extracted approx. 24 million tonnes averaging 5.2% Zn, 1.8% Pb, 0.93% Cu & 65.6 g/t Ag
  • Recent drill testing of E-Zone confirmed significant massive sulphide mineralization

Location map of the Heath Steele and Stratmat claim groups showing location of historic mine production, defined resources and known prospects.

Heath Steele Project

Trevali holds an option to acquire 100% of the formerly producing zinc-lead-silver-copper-gold mine located adjacent to the Company's Stratmat Deposit and approximately 35 km south-southeast of the Caribou Mine. Mining operations at Heath Steele were carried out by a variety of companies (including Noranda) discontinuously between 1957 and 1999. Over Heath Steele’s long mine life, zinc, lead, copper, silver and gold were extracted from several zones on the property.

Historic mine production from various zones on the Heath Steele property, from Goodfellow, 2007

Mined Zone Million Tonnes Zn (%) Pb (%) Cu (%) Ag (g/t)
Boundary Zone and N-5 1.137 8.11 2.98 0.35 44.0
Heath Steele ACD Zone 2.472 7.38 1.73 0.73 76.7
Heath Steele B Zone 20.723 4.79 1.75 0.98 65.5
Combined Total: 24.332 5.21 1.81 0.93 65.6

Geology and Mineralization

The current target on the project, E-Zone, has VMS mineralization exposed at surface and has been previously tested and defined by more than 150 historic drill holes. Based on the available historic drill hole data, E-Zone appears to be comprised of two stacked sulphide lenses each approximately 150 metres in length and with thicknesses ranging from 5-30 metres. The lenses merge towards surface and have a vertical continuity of approximately 200 metres.