• Up to 7% Li2O assays in sampling
  • Close to road and electricity infrastructure.


  • Excellent access from Val d’Or via paved Highway 111 and several all-weather gravel roads
  • Located close to Quebec’s well known La Corne – La Motte lithium district, approximately 30km northwest of the historic mining town of Val d’Or and 400km northwest of Montreal.


  • Contains a 200m2 excavation site containing high grade lithium from bulk samples of 2.87% to 4.0% Li20
  • Recent sampling identified an existing pegmatite with spodumene assaying over 7% Li2O at surface
  • Targeting spodumene-bearing, rare metal-bearing pegmatite dyke complexes
  • The host rocks are pegmatite dykes containing 15 to 30% spodumene as well as beryl
  • Three different types of pegmatite dykes have been identified based on mineralogy and textures
  • Spodumene content increases towards the centre of the dyke. The width of the zone varies from several cm up to 25m
  • The lithium mineralisation occurs mainly in medium to large spodumene crystals, up to 30cm in size and between 10cm and 15cm in diameter.