Bluestone has a number of diamond properties on more than 2.2 million acres in Canada's north including three projects in Nunavut Territory.
The 236,000 acre property hosting the Grail Project has garnered the interest of major mining companies and junior explorers, and is located on the Boothia Peninsula in the Canadian arctic just 80 kilometers from the tidewater community of Taloyoak. Work on Grail suggests a new kimberlite field exists with excellent diamond potential. After several successive heavy mineral sampling programs, kimberlite indicator minerals have been isolated to a discrete area of the Grail Project.
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