A feasibility study completed in August 2005 documents the Willa’s total mineral resource estimate within the measured, indicated, and inferred categories, as specified by National Instrument 43-101 and based on a 1.5-gram gold per tonne cutoff, as 3,989,494 tonnes grading 3.23 grams gold, 7.16 grams silver, and 0.53% copper. This equates to a known resource of 414,343 ounces of gold, 918,482 ounces of silver, and 46,602,077 pounds of copper. These estimates are based upon a database including data from 556 core holes totaling 50,890 metres, 2,570 metres of underground workings and 17,150 laboratory analyses for gold, silver, and copper.