The Glad showing is located approximately 18 kilometres northwest of Summerland. It includes several mineral occurrences that were previously covered by the Glad claim group.
The area is underlain by granodiorite of the Middle Jurassic Osprey Lake Intrusions. This area was the subject of several copper exploration programs during the late 1960s. In 1967, a trenching and blasting program was carried out on the showing by Koporok Mines Ltd. This was followed by an aerial magnetometer survey in 1969. In the late 1970s the exploration focus changed to uranium, with several regional programs being carried out by Canadian Occidental Petroleum Ltd. These programs included prospecting, geological mapping, and collection of stream and lake sediment and water samples, line-cutting and soil sampling.
The trenches expose rare, thin veins of tetrahedrite, galena, and quartz emplaced along and near a minor east dipping shear zone in granodiorite. A short distance to the east, abundant quartz veins carry small amounts of malachite. To the north, approximately 500 metres, quartz veins occur in a stockwork of shattered veins in sericitized granodiorite and accompanied by masses of creamy potash feldspar, muscovite and rare nests of limonite. Approximately 500 metres south of the trenches, a silver-bearing galena vein was found by Koporok Mines Ltd. No additional information exists on this vein.