The Gold Deposits of Lake Athabaska

CIM Bulletin1936
IN the summer of 1934, gold was discovered on Lodge bay, on the north shore of lake Athabaska in northern Saskatchewan, about fifty miles east of the Alberta boundary line. The first claims were taken up by the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada, Limited, and there was a 'rush' to locate similar showings. Staking continued through the summer and succeeding winter, and in the spring of 1935 the provincial government established a recording office at a convenient point which is central to the more important holdings and where 'planes can land in any weather.
Keywords: Athabaska Landing, granite, pyrite, quartz, Tazin Lake, Gold, Granite, Granites, mining, North, quartz, Rock, Rocks, sediments
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