Crews will set off in the next few days for the around two-week exploration program that will focus on detailed mapping and sampling of the 'Golden Wonder' showing at the site.
An initial ground program was completed in 2017 and 95 rock samples and 19 stream pan concentrate samples were collected from the property, the group said.
Sample highlights from the Golden Wonder area included anomalous gold, copper, cobalt across over 400m strike length.
Highlights included 15.20 g/t (grams per ton) of gold, 77.20 g/t silver, 0.09% cobalt and 4.95% copper, in one sample.
The RD Cobalt property comprises five contiguous claims that cover an area of around 327 ha (hectares).
The property lies around 1 km south of the Yellowhead Highway, a major highway in western Canada.
There are several historic copper, gold and cobalt mineral showings, including Golden Wonder, Daley West, Hecla, Black Prince, Blue Lake, and Silvertip Glacier.
The Golden Wonder showing has received the most attention historically, with exploration work recorded as early as 1912.