Vantex Resources Incorporated is a junior gold exploration company focused on the prolific gold producing province of Quebec. For the last ten years Quebec has been voted one of the top ten places in the world for mining exploration by the Fraser Institute. In 2007/2008, 2008/2009 and 2009/2010 it was voted the number one place in the world for mining and exploration by mining executives.
Vantex Resource's primary project is the Galloway gold project. The Galloway project comprises over 2605 hectares, 80 claims and 3 mining concessions. It is located along and just north of the Cadillac- Lader Lake Break in the Dasserat Township, Abitibi district of Quebec. The claims lie between the Noranda camp which has produced 18 million oz gold, and the 11-million oz former Kerr Addison Mine at Virginiatown, Ontario. The property can be accessed by road, from Trans-Canada Highway 117 and is 30 kilometers west of Rouyn-Noranda and 65 kilometers east of Kirkland Lake; two mining towns where a skilled labor force and all mining services are available. The property also has easy access to power lines and a railway line which runs just north of the property.
The Cadillac-Lader Lake Break is a major fault system that extends from Kirkland Lake, Ontario to east of Val d' Or, Quebec. It is a fault system that host more than 100 mines and significant gold prospects. This exceptional structure, productive over some 200 km, has over the past nine decades yielded and hosts an aggregate of more than 100 million oz gold.
The company is focusing on its 3 main gold showings. The GP, Hendrick and Moriss showings, which are located on the Hurd and Perron claim blocks. These 3 gold showings, referred to as the golden triangle, are in close geographic proximity to each other and as group have potential to be linked together to form a significant gold resource.