- Mineralization at SMC is predominately hosted in calaverite, a gold telluride; same major gold mineral at Miller.
- Age dating and other indications has found the mineralization at Miller to be multi-stage, long-lived and associated with the Temiskaming magmatic event (2680 to 2660 Ma) contemporaneously with the age of gold deposits along the Kirkland Lake Main Break.**
- Catharine Fault Zone (Miller Property) and the Larder Break (Kirkland Lake) are both “First Order Structures”, potentially sharing a gold enriched magmatic hydrothermal reservoir at depth.
- Barry-Hollinger Shear/D-Zone (Miller Property) and the Main/’04 Breaks (Kirkland Lake) are geometrically identical, and may coincide with the same deformation event.
**Arteaga, L., 2018, Spatial and temporal relationship between intrusive rocks and gold mineralization in the Miller Dyke Complex, Abitibi greenstone belt, Ontario, Canada: MSc. Thesis, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, 134 p.