Plato currently has three active projects in various stages of exploration. They are referred to as the Timmins Gold Project, the Val d'Or Project and the Lolita Project.
The Timmins Gold Project, formerly referred to as the Guibord, Harker, Holloway and Marriott Project, are located in the Timmins-Kirkland Lake area in the western portion of the prolific Abitibi Greenstone Belt. In 2007, the Harker-Garrison claims were added to the project.
The Val d'Or Project started in 2006 as the Nordeau Bateman Project as a result of an options agreement to acquire 100% interest in the 44 claims. Since then, as of February 2008, the company has acquired a total of 266 claims in the area representing 5,430 hectares strategically located adjacent to a number of historic gold deposits and past producing mines in the Val d’Or gold camp in Northern Quebec.
The Lolita Project is the result of a joint venture agreement in 2007 with Dr. Paul Lhotka to acquire, through staking, 29,904 hectares known as the Lolita Property in the province of Santa Cruz in south-central Argentina.
The Province of Santa Cruz in Argentina has emerged as one of the most successful jurisdictions for mineral exploration in South America. It has attracted interest from junior and senior exploration companies worldwide resulting in the construction of four new precious metal mines.