Squire Mining can be found on the Canadian Securities Exchange under 

CSE:SQR

OUR CURRENT PROJECTS

Squire Mining is a Canadian-based mineral resource company focused on gold exploration and mine development in B.C., Canada. The company holds an option to acquire up to a 100% undivided interest in the Star Property, a mineral exploration prospect totaling 2,942 hectares located in the Chilcotin District of central British Columbia.
This district has hosted several world class deposits and mines, including Endako & Chu (molybdenum), Huckleberry, Morrison, Granisle, Prosperity, & Poison Mountain (copper-molybdenum), Newton Hill (copper-gold ), and Blackdome & Elizabeth (gold ), as well as many silver, tungsten, and gold occurrences in central British Columbia.
To date, the property has been underexplored, largely due to bedrock exposures which cover about 2/3 of the property. However, there are several indications that it is prospective for mineralization, including an airborne magnetic survey by the Geological Survey of Canada which show a strong magnetic “low” feature centered on the Star Property, along with stream sediment samples defining anomalous gold, antimony, and mercury in six streams that flow from the Star Property.
An initial program and technical report have been completed.  Management is encouraged by the results as the lead-zinc-silver-cadmium anomalies might be the geochemical signature of a vein hosted silver-lead-zinc deposit or a disseminated gold-silver-lead-zinc deposit.  Current plans include the completion in 2016 of the first phase MMITM soil geochemistry program, followed by more detailed sampling surrounding identified anomalies.  A multi-phase work program has been designed to test the geological potential of the Star claims.

Prospective Area, Under-explored Property:

The geological formations believed to be present on the Star Claims are similar to those present at or in proximity to molybdenum (Endako, Chu deposits), copper-molybdenum (Huckleberry, Morrison, Granisle, Prosperity, Poison Mountain deposits), copper-gold (Newton Hill), gold (Capoose, Blackwater, Blackdome and Elizabeth) deposits and many silver, tungsten, and gold occurrences in central British Columbia

Airborne magnetic surveys by the Geological Survey of Canada revealed a strong magnetic “low” feature centered on the Star Claims. It is believed this may reflect the presence of a shallow seated granitic intrusive body. Porphyry-style copper-molybdenum or molybdenum mineralization.

Stream sediment samples gathered in 2006 as part of a regional geochemical survey conducted by Geoscience B.C.’s Quest Project defined anomalous gold, antimony, and mercury in six streams that flow from the Star Property