NSS owns 100% of the Seneca property located near Harrison Lake, British Columbia, CANADA. The property is located about an hour drive from Vancouver.  it has easy road access and power.

The Property consists of 205 units covering an area of 4,378 hectares  (internal to the Property are six mineral claims totaling 150 hectares, which cover the historical Seneca Deposit and Vent showing, and which are not a part of the NSS Property).

The Seneca Property area has been the subject of considerable mineral exploration since the 1920’s when massive sulfide hosted Au, Ag, Cu, Pb and Zn mineralization was first discovered.  Since then, major mining companies including Noranda, Cominco Ltd., Chevron Canada, BP Selco Canada, and Minnova have at various times held options and explored the claims area.  Published historical non NI43-101 compliant resources for the Seneca Deposit are 1.506 million tonnes at 0.82 g/t Au, 41.13 g/t Ag, 0.63% Cu; 0.15% Pb, and 3.57% Zn.

Based on previously filed assessment reports, the ‘Fleetwood zone’ (which is on 100% owned NSS Property and located respectively 0.85 km and 2.5 km northwest of the Vent and Seneca Deposit) reported stockwork mineralization in drilling at a depth of 153 metres in hole DDH91-16 of 31.2 metres @ 2.1 % Zn, 0.3% Cu, 0.1% Pb, 8.1 g/t Ag and 0.1 g/t Au; and at the ’33 Zone’ some 350 metres to the south west of the above noted intersection, a 2 metre intersection of massive Zn and Cu sulfides was also intersected.

Numerous geochemical and geophysical targets remain to be tested throughout the Property and NSS  believes there is considerable potential for further massive and stockwork type mineralization to be discovered.