FORM 20-F /A

Commission file number 001-35043

  Mapimi Project

On September 11, 2006, the Company signed an option agreement to purchase 100% of the ownership rights to seventeen mining concessions collectively known as the Mapimi Project (formerly “Km 66”) in eastern Durango State, Mexico. In consideration for the right and purchase option the Company was to make staged payments totalling US$3.0 million and issue 500,000 common shares over a four-year period. The vendors retain a 3% NSR of which, each 0.5%, up to a maximum of 2%, can be purchased by the Company for US$0.5 million.

On September 16, 2009, the Company announced the termination of its option on the Mapimi project as management determined that it was uneconomical to continue with the project and it was better use of the Company’s funds to focus its efforts on expanding the production and resources at its existing mines.

As at the date of termination, US$0.8 million had been paid and 500,000 common shares had been issued.