Tasca Resources Ltd. has three claim blocks adjacent to the New Nadina Exploration Limited Silver Queen property. Two blocks lie to the north and one block lies to the south.
- The northwest block lies 1000 metres to the west of the New Nadina claim block and contiguous to the north to the Lions Gate Metals Inc. claim block. The underlying geology of this claim block is Cretaceous Skena Group Red Rose Formation sediments intruded by both Cretaceous Bulkley intrusions and Eocene Nanika intrusions.
- The north block lies 3500 metres to the north of the New Nadina claim block. The underlying geology is Cretaceous Kasalka Group andesitic volcanics intruded by Cretaceous Bulkley intrusions. This block has prior exploration history, hosting a 1,600 metre wide chargeability anomaly.
- The south block lies 2500 metres to the south of the New Nadina claim block and contiguous to the east to the Lions Gate Metals Inc. claim block. The underlying geology of the claim block is Cretaceous Kasalka Group andesitic volcanics, Eocene Endako group alkaline to basaltic volcanics and Eocene Ootsa Lake Group felsic volcanics. The central portion of the property consist of an outlier of Paleogene sediments masking the underlying geology. A large body of feldspar porphyry related to the Cretaceous Bulkley Intrusions lies 5 kilometres to the west.
Tasca plans to review the assessment record for historical work on these claim blocks to assist in the planning of an exploration program to assess and evaluate them.