The Eastfield Group consists of four unique Canadian public resource companies with a team of experienced geologists and finance professionals that have been in the business for many years. The Eastfield Group has a dual strategy it uses to move projects forward and balance risk with return. The project generators of the group are Eastfield Resources and Cariboo Rose Resources, who fund earlier stage projects by optioning them out to others to fund exploration. The companies of the group which have more advanced projects, Consolidated Woodjam Copper and Lorraine Copper, fund project development internally.
Eastfield Resources

Eastfield Resources has been operating since 1987 and has seven high potential gold and copper exploration projects in BC and one in Nevada. A project generator, Eastfield is the birthplace of Wildrose Resources (successfully merged with Spanish Mountain Gold), Cariboo Rose Resources and Lorraine Copper.

Cariboo Rose Resources

Cariboo Rose Resources is a project generator with seven significant exploration projects in British Columbia and one in the Yukon. The company's gold-copper Canadian Creek project in the Yukon is located adjacent to the Casino deposit. Shareholders of Cariboo Rose received shares of Consolidated Woodjam Copper when the Woodjam project was spun out.

Lorraine Copper

The 100% owned Lorraine property (pending the completion of a deal with Teck) in north central BC hosts a large number of significant copper-gold occurrences, including a NI 43-101 compliant copper-gold resource. The property is road accessible and located approximately 150 km north of the producing Mt. Milligan mine. Lorraine is one of the most promising undeveloped copper-gold projects in British Columbia.


Consolidated Woodjam Copper holds 100% of the Woodjam property in central BC. The property hosts three NI 43-101 compliant mineral resources, the largest of which hosts 227.5 million tonnes at 0.31% (inferred) for 1.54 billion lbs of copper. There is room for expansion of this resource and also the potential for new discoveries with many untested anomalies. South Africa based Gold Fields is a significant shareholder in the company.