Renaissance Stone Quarries

Renaissance is advancing our marble and granite mountain on the northern part of Vancouver Island, Canada. We intend to explore potential quarries that can quickly be expanded to development.

Prime Location

The Leo D’Or Marble Property is situated on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada close to a tidewater logging port and easily accessible from Vancouver.

Financial Milestone

The company completed its first property payment in January 2024, solidifying its commitment to unlocking the potential of this resource.

historical resources

The property has significant historical resources, with an updated NI 43-101 (2023) report that summarizes past reported resources and quarrying activities.

Diverse Potential

In addition to the marble deposit, the adjacent granite rock formation presents opportunities for additional dimension stone and aggregate sources which could expand the company’s portfolio and market reach.

Infrastructure Advantage

With key infrastructure just 20km away (a tidewater logging port, power substation, and accessible forestry road) Renaissance Stone Quarries is positioned for future efficient logistical operations.


Experienced team in real estate, mining, engineering, capital markets, marketing and sales sets the company up for future successes

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Property Location


The property is located on North Vancouver Island, 50km southeast of Port McNeill


Port McNeill has a small airport and there is a larger airport at Port Hardy, 50km up the coast to the west. The region has a major road network and there are well maintained forestry roads to the property.


The property is a 45-minute drive from Port McNeil and a 4 hour drive north from Nanaimo (via a short air, seaplane, BC ferries and Hullo passenger ferry from Vancouver)

Resource Potential

Historical findings indicate the project site’s capacity for extracting high-quality marble, a potentially valuable resource for the company.

Diversified Operations

Exploration of granite formations on the property’s eastern side will broaden the company’s resource base, enhancing its capacity for dimension stone extraction.

Sustainability Focus

Current investigations and research into repurposing marble waste rock showcases a commitment to sustainability and resource optimization.