Executive Summary


Image International Group, Inc. (IIGI or the Company)  is focused on the acquisition of gemstone and other precious metals, along with developing its Teako property in British Columbia.   IIGI intends to market the gemstones and other precious metals to retail jewelry store and gemstone outlets.

IIGI is currently a private company; incorporated in the state of Nevada. It is in the process of applying to become a public company listed on the OTCBB venue in the United States.  On April 21, 2008, the name was changed to Owlhead Minerals Corp. in order to more appropriately reflect the Company’s business plan.

Beginning in November 2014, following extensive research and discussions with an experienced international gemstone and jewelry entrepreneur, the Company decided to expand its business focus to include the acquisition of precious and semi-precious mineral resources. If we are successful in developing such resources, we plan to sell directly to wholesale jewelry and gemstone enterprises.

In September 2012, the Company engaged a geologist, along with a consultant, to conduct a first-hand examination of several promising claims near Quesnel, British Columbia. This prospect turned out to be a potentially good placer development but without hard rock potential. The Company decided to turn down the opportunity.

Finally in December 2012, the Company was presented with a group of claims (“cells”) known as the Teako property.  The Teako cells are located half way between Terrace and Smithers, British Columbia and are near the original gold rush town of Hazelton B.C. which was founded in 1866, the site of the original gateway and staging area for the famous Omineca Gold rush days of 1869-1873.

Initially, a total of 20 cells were acquired totaling 296 hectares (approx. 730 acres). After preliminary examination of the area, the Company came to the conclusion that the area appeared to have significant potential. Therefore, Company management requested that the Prospector/Vendor stake more cells adjacent or adjoining the original claim group on behalf of the Company. An additional 2577 hectares (approx. 6368 acres) were staked, bringing our land package to a total of 2873 hectares, or about 7098 acres. The cells have good access to many miles of new logging roads that have recently been opened up in the area.

In addition, the Company added 735.45 acres (“Surprise” claims) just to the north east of our Teako claims.

The Company acquired the initial cells for a cash payment of US$10,000 and 1.5-million restricted shares, which are subject to a long-term hold.  The additional cells were staked on behalf of the Company.

Founders of the Company, Mr. Armstrong and Mr. Low have been successful business men for more than 35 years between them. Mr. King has more than 30 years of experience developing and managing various private businesses but also has been associated with public companies, raising substantial exploration and development funds for 30 years.


The Teako property is centered about 20 kilometres southwest of the community of Kitwanga, in northwestern British Columbia.  The property is located in a region rich in mineral endowment, and is known both for the number and the variety of mineral deposits.  The property itself is an early-stage exploration property.  The claims are underlain by sediments of the Bowser Lake Group. In the southwest part of the claim block, the Bowser Lake sediments are in contact with a northeast-trending fault-bounded block of sediments belonging to the younger Skeena Group. The northern contact of the Skeena Group sediments is a major northeast trending fault, which appears to be an important regional control to zones of mineralization in the area.

There is excellent road access to the Teako property. The community of Kitwanga is located at the junction of Highways 16 and 37. From here, the Cedarvale road provides access along the west-northwest side of the Skeena River to the property area. Portions of the property have been clearcut logged and numerous logging roads, which are accessed from the Cedarvale road, provide access to the claims. Power is available within 1 kilometre of the property boundary. CN Railway’s main BC North rail line follows the west side of the Skeena River and is  located within 1 kilometer of the Teako property boundary. Most services needed for exploration, including a skilled labor force and airport are available in Smithers, approximately 90 miles south. Elevations range from about 300 meters, in the southeast part of the property, to about 1250 meters in the northwest.


In November 2013, three additional areas of intense alteration and mineralization were discovered on the property.   the Little Dawg and Lucky Dawg claims were staked to cover the on-strike extension of mineralization on the Teako Property.  An additional 5133 acres were staked, bringing the company’s total discovery acreage to 7785 acres. The Dawg properties cover the same hydrothermal and epithermal system as the Teako and Owl Properties, which  is up to 200 meters wide in places. The Dawg claims are contiguous with the Teako and Owl claims. The little Dawg is located North East of the Teako claims and the Lucky Dawg is located at the south west of the Teako property, but all are connected.


The Surprise Claims are a separate group of claims located a few miles to the north east of the Little Dawg. They were acquired in November  2013, and constitutes 377 acres of the company’s total holdings of 7785 acres.



14,059,000 common shares issued and outstanding

Preferred Shares: Nil

Stock Options: Nil

Transfer Agent;

Transfer Online, Inc., 512 SE Salmon Street, Portland OR 97214

Securities Attorney:

Dieterich and Associates, 11835 W. Olympic Boulevard, Ste 1235E, Los Angeles, CA 90064


Saturna Group Chartered Accountants LLP, 1066 West Hastings St., Ste 1250 Vancouver, BC Canada


Geoff Armstrong – President, Secretary, Director. B.A. Concordia University, Montreal, 1967. Mr. Armstrong, the Company’s President, Secretary and Director holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. He has worked as a consultant or officer to a number of public and private companies since 1990. Currently, he has been president of Owlhead Minerals Corp. since February 2008. President of Kouzelne Mesto Ltd., since inception. Kouzelne Mesto Ltd. is a private business services company incorporated in Prague, Czech Republic on April 6, 1995.

Kouzelne Mesto Ltd. was organized in order to prepare and assist with the preparation of internal corporate documents for companies worldwide, assist with regulatory compliance and act as liaison with securities attorneys and auditors. Mr. Armstrong served as a Corporate Secretary of Asia Properties, Inc., (ASPZ.PK) from March, 2003 to September 2013. Asia Properties, Inc. is a junior mining and exploration company focused on gold and resources mining. Founder of Yinfu Gold Corporation, (ELRE.OTCBB) (formerly Element92 Resources Corp.,) a gold mining company based in China. Element92 was incorporated in the State of Wyoming in September 2005. Mr. Armstrong served as President, Secretary and Director of ELRE from February 2007 to April 2010. Secretary of Sino BioEnergy Corp. (SFBE.PK) (Formerly Sino Fibre Communications, Inc.) from May 2011 to September 2013. Director of Sino Bioenergy from December 2012 to September 2013. SFBE is a China-based producer of energy from waste.

Edward Low – Chief Financial Officer and Director. Mr. Low has provided accounting services to public companies for the past 17 years. Most recently, Mr. Low was the Controller for Nevada Geothermal Power Inc., an alternative energy company with an operating geothermal power plant in northern Nevada from February 2003 to June 2012. Mr. Low also served as CFO for Jersey Goldfields Corp. from April 1997 to April 2002, Newton Gold (formerly High Ridge Resources) from May 2004 to March 2006, and as accountant for Yinfu Gold Corp (formerly Element92 Resources) from April 2007 to June 2010. Since September 2004 Mr. Low, has been the president and director of HML Properties Inc., which holds a portfolio of residential real estate in various locations within Canada. Currently, Ed is CFO of Alternative Earth Resources Inc. listed on the TSXV and Apolo Gold & Energy Inc. listed on the OTCBB.


Brent Fidler – Communications Consultant; Mr. Fidler’s earliest foray developing investor relations programs for public companies dates back to the late 1980’s, where his clients included Diamet Minerals, which he introduced to the Howe Street brokerage community and Eskay Creek, where he mentored under Murray Pezim. His approach as always been to create a straightforward and clear communication liaison between shareholders and management, aimed at developing am ethical atmosphere of trust and accountability.  Mr. Fidler returns to the industry after spending the last 20 years as a sales manager for the Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan, Canada’s oldest and largest national RESP, where he has garnered numerous sales awards. Mr. Fidler is also an accomplished feature film producer, having received a Gemini nomination for Best Director for his company Theater Crossing Film’s feature on Edgar Allan Poe’s life and a Best Actor Leo award for his work in First Wave.

Allan J. Beaton – Advisory Consultant; Mr. Beaton (P.Eng. Mining) is a senior Mining Engineer registered with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia since 1978, He holds a degree in mining engineering from the Nova Scotia Technical College (now Dalhousie University). He was Mine Captain (Production) for Roan Selection Trust at the Mufulira Copper Mine in Zambia, Africa. This was the largest copper producer in the world, at the time.  Mr. Beaton was Senior Mining and Project Engineer, for Cominco Ltd., at the Sullivan Mine in Kimberley, British Columbia, Canada. This was a 10,000tpd lead/zinc/silver underground mining operation and was also Mine Manager for Erickson Gold Mine Ltd. at their Erickson Gold Mine at Cassiar, British Columbia. From August 1985 to the present he has been the President and owner of A.J. Beaton Mining Ltd, an international consulting, mining, and mine construction company, based in North Vancouver, British Columbia.  Mr. Beaton will be in charge of reviewing all projects presented to Owlhead Minerals Corp.

Linda CaronGeologist: Linda Caron’s initial examination of  Owlhead’s Teako property confirmed the extensive hyrdrothermal signatures, quartz veining and flooding, and alteration  on the property. She holds a B.A.Sc. (Honours) in Geological Engineering – Mineral Exploration Option, U.B.C., 1985 and an M.Sc. in Geological Sciences, University of Calgary, 1988.

She has been an independent consulting geologist since 1997 and has consulted on a range of exploration projects in Canada, the USA and Mexico. Clients have been both junior mining companies and majors. Projects have included regional generative work, specific grass-roots properties, advanced stage projects and small-scale mining operation. Prior to work as an independent consultant, Linda was a full-time employee for Kettle River Resources Ltd., a  junior exploration company and was responsible for all aspects of exploration, including permitting, tendering contracts, geological field work, project generation, report and data presentation, evaluation of property submittals, and preparing and assisting in delivering public relations presentations.. She also worked for multi-national company Inmet on a variety of projects in southern BC focusing on gold exploration. Other public companies Linda loaned her considerable talents to, before becoming an independent consulting geologist, are Minequest Explorations and Texas Gulf/Kidd Creek Mines. She will be the resident independent geologist for Owlhead Resources, undertaking our next level of geological mapping and samplings on the Teako property, to further delineate and identify our strike zone.