Mallery is a Proterozoic-aged low sulfidation epithermal style gold-silver showing located 130 kilometres southwest of Baker Lake, Nunavut. Historic exploration returned surface samples up to 24.6 g/T Au and 110 g/T Ag. UNR upgraded the best numbers to 54.2g/T Au and 272 g/T Ag. In 2011, UNR drill tested three parts of the known epithermal system with five diamond drill holes totaling 750 metres. Results include 2.1 g/T Au over 7 metres, 6.2 g/T over 1.9 metres, 1.0 g/T over 13 metres, and 1.6 g/T over 9 metres. It is recommended that additional drill testing along the strike of the system and at deeper levels be conducted.