The Lac Esther project is located approximately 30 kilometres north of the town of Lebel-sur-Quevillon, in Abitibi, Quebec.
The property consists of 217 claims covering a surface area of about 120 square kilometres.
Covers a strategic area straddling the southern contact of the syntectonic Waswanipi-South Pluton and the junction between two major regional faults, namely the Casa Berardi and Lamarck regional fault zones.
Property adjacent to the west of Midland’s Lac Esther property hosts the Lac Rose high-grade gold deposit (historic mine), which produced in the late 1930s a total of 106.5 kilograms of gold from 4,875 tonnes of material grading 21.5 g/t Au.
Very little exploration in the past and the number of holes drilled along the extensions of the Lac Rose mine is very low.
Excellent access as provincial highway 113, between Lebel-sur-Quevillon and Chapais, runs through the centre of the property across its entire length.