The magnetic relief shows a background level with an average relative amplitude of around 57,000 ± 50 gammas. On the new parts of the grid that were recently surveyed, the magnetic relief is generally calm, except on the northeast side of the Hurd sector. On the Baie Renault section (west of Lake Dasserat), a slow decrease in magnetic intensity can be observed as we go up north and away from the main magnetic anomaly in this sector, the maximum of which is around 5338900 mN (around 100S). A few measuring points are prone to noise, possibly due to metal debris, drill pipes or other non-geological causes. In the northeastern portion of the surveyed region, on the south shore of Lake Dasserat, the magnetic activity is characterized by the presence of some considerable anomalies distributed along NE-SW axes, generally. This is likely the northeast (and possibly also subsurface) continuation of the magnetic gabbro unit that was mapped in 2010 between 250W and 450E in the Moriss Zone area. They are believed to be several tabular shaped bodies, elongated in the North-East / South-West direction, the top parts of which would be located under a possible cover of sediments of the Cobalt Group. The magnetic rocks are likely made up of magnetic gabbro, probably similar to the gabbros found further northeast near the Larochelle and Demin lakes. This magnetic phenomenon may be observable at the surface, where anomalies show short wavelengths, but this gabbro is probably covered by sediment (which is magnetically transparent). On the other hand, these gabbros have probably already been intersected by past diamond drilling in the area. The main gabbroic mass in this sector is found between lines 800E and 1400E and between 450N and 1100N.
Complementary ground magnetometric surveys were recently completed on the north and northeast portions of the Galloway project, in the Hurd and Baie Renault sectors, for Vantex Resources Ltd. in September and October of 2012. These surveys made it possible to identify and trace the continuation towards the northeast of several magnetic units likely to be part of the same family as the magnetic gabbro mapped on Cobalt sediments in the Morriss Zone area. It is possible, but unlikely, that these magnetic formations will crop out where the magnetic anomalies are strongest and display very short wavelengths. Of course, these geophysical results should be studied in light of geological, structural and geochemical information in order to derive the maximum amount of data useful for identifying economically interesting sectors. It is therefore recommended to visit this area of the property to look for rocky outcrops (which will be located in areas with strong point magnetism) and perhaps do some prospecting and mapping.