The Rossland Property is located approximately 13 km to 16 km southwest of the town of Rossland, British Columbia, Canada. The Rossland Property consists of ten contiguous Mineral Claims covering approximately 2,384.9947 hectares located in the Trail Creek Mining Division of British Columbia. The centre of the Rossland Property is located at latitude 49° 01’ 37” N and 117° 55’ 20” W longitude, located on NTS map sheet 082F-001. The southern boundary of the Mineral Claims is the Canadian – U.S.A. International Boundary. Vela Minerals Ltd. is the 100% registered owner of the Mineral Claims. The Mineral Claims are situated in the historic Rossland Mining Camp, which ranks historically as the second largest lode gold producer in the province of British Columbia. Between 1894 and 1957, the camp produced more than 73,860 kilograms of gold, 107,000 kilograms of silver and 54,295 tonnes of copper.