Slocan Blu Starr
The Blu Starr Slocan mineral property is located in the Western Kootenay region of southeastern British Columbia. The property covers the general area of the confluence of Slocan River and Little Slocan River.
The mineral claims cover an area of 6452.2 hectares and have been explored in the past, mainly for their gemstone potential, including sapphire (corundum), garnet and iolite. Also present on the Slocan property are occurrences of flake graphite. Recent exploration in 2010 included an airborne survey and surface prospecting. The is a potential for a gold/molybdenum discovery on this property as well.