Kennady North covers a portion of the southeastern Slave Geological Province, an Archean terrain ranging in age from 4.03 Ga to 2.55. The area consists of granodiorite intrusions, high grade gneisses and migmatites, with volcanic and sedimentary supracrustal rocks typical of many greenstones belts in the Slave Province.

•The Kelvin-Faraday Corridor “KFC” is a NE-SW structural feature that includes the Faraday and Kelvin kimberlites, and continues to the SW to include the Gahcho Kué kimberlites
•Project consists of 22 mining leases and 58 mineral claims totaling 67,164 ha., located adjacent to and surrounding the Gahcho Kué project area
•Five kimberlite bodies (to date) – Kelvin, Faraday 1-3, Faraday 2, Doyle and MZ

1. See Technical Report filed on SEDAR by Kennady Diamonds Inc. titled “2017 Technical Report – Project Exploration Update and Faraday Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate – Kennady North Project – Northwest Territories, Canada”, with an effective date of November 16, 2017.

Kelvin and Faraday Pipes


Project History

Technical Reports