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Lithium in an emerging Camp

The property totals 26,373 hectares or 260 square kilometres adjacent and contiguous to Power Metal's Case Lake Lithium property.
Geological data points to a common environment for the occurence of Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum pegmatites. Published results from Power Metals have substantiated these claims, with lithium intercepts such as 1.58% Li₂ over 15.00m in drill hole PWM-22-134 and cesium intercepts such as 6.74% Cs₂O over 5.00m and 11.00 to 16.00m in drill hole PWM-18-126



LIDAR, Geophysics, Field mapping


Stripping, Channel sampling


Drill targets, 1000m shallow drilling of 10 holes
The property has very significant potential for new discoveries of new pegmatite dykes, which is the primary source of lithium in this geological environment. These pegmatitic dykes can contain spodumene which is a lithium aluminium inosilicate, otherwise known as a lithium ore mineral.

Matt Halliday

President, P. Geo.

Highly Prospective Ground

The claims package is 5 kilometres north west of Power Metal's West Joe Dyke and Main Dyke where high-grade drill results were reported.
Long-term demand forecast
Lithium, Tantalum, and Cesium all feature prominently in new technologies and public investment strategies.
Connected Infrastructure
Cochrane, Ontario is within the same world class mining region as Kirkland Lake, Timmins, and Rouyn-Noranda.
Mining-friendly Region
Government initiatives validate the company strategy of developing a Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum resource.
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St. Denis property includes the 2,337 hectare Sangster block located in a similar very prospective geological setting with numerous pegmatites at the surface.
A newly staked area of the Sangster block was reported on a Noranda Exploration geological map from 1995 as having a 1 km by 130m “pegmatite” on it.
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Historic data was limited and confirmed pegmatite intercepts. Drilling at nearby Case Lake has yielded high grade intercepts of Lithium and Cesium.
Power Metals recently identified dome shaped laccolith igneous intrusions that typically host the pegmatitic dykes. The trend of these domes appears to strike through both the St. Denis and the Case Lake properties.
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The claims focus on the contact between Archean sedimentary rock and Archean massive to foliated granodiorite and cover 52 km of this potentially critical contact.
Data received by the company shows granitic and pegmatitic outcrops suggestive of a Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum type deposit.
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