Kennady Diamonds is a leading Canadian diamond exploration company headquartered in Toronto. The company’s exploration focus is on the 100 percent controlled Kennady North project, located immediately adjacent to the De Beers/Mountain Province Diamonds Gahcho Kué diamond mine in Canada’s Northwest Territories.
The Kennady North
The Kennady North Project is located 280 kilometers east-northeast of Yellowknife. The property consists of 16 mineral leases and 58 mineral claims totaling 61,000 hectares. Four diamond-bearing kimberlites discovered at Kennady North are being assessed for their economic potential. Click below for diamond recoveries and photos, as well as kimberlite models and project maps.
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Diamond mines are extremely rare, and the world supply is expected to remain essentially flat over the next few decades as demand increases. New supply is in high demand. Canada is the first country in the developed world to produce and market high quality diamonds, and is benefiting from an increasingly important role in the global market.
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Kennady is focused on expanding its high-grade diamond resources along the Kelvin – Faraday kimberlite corridor, as well identifying new kimberlites outside of the corridor. To date an indicated resource of 13.62 million carats of diamonds contained in 8.50 million tonnes of kimberlite, with a grade of 1.60 carats per tonne and an average value of US$63 per carat has been defined for the Kelvin kimberlite using a 1mm diamond bottom cutoff size. The Kelvin – Faraday corridor is also a target for further exploration.
- Approval of advanced exploration permit (Q1 2017)
- Bulk sample Faraday bodies (H1 2017)
- Resource statement for Faraday bodies (H2 2017)
- Focused exploration in the Kelvin – Faraday Corridor