The property consists of 124 mining claims covering approximately 2,480 hectares area in two claim blocks on crown land in northwestern Ontario (Figures 2 and 3). It is located about 175 kilometres to the north of Red Lake, Ontario on map sheet 53C11. Both claim blocks are situated adjacent to the PAK Lithium project of Frontier Lithium Inc. (TSXV: FL) (Figure 6). Access to the Property is available year-round by chartered ski or float equipped aircraft from Red Lake, Ontario (175 km) to the south of Pakeagama Lake, with the exception of short period of time for ice freeze up in the winter and ice break up in the spring.
The Project is located in a relatively isolated area of northwestern Ontario where infrastructure is absent except for a winter road, which services the communities of Deer Lake, Sandy Lake, and North Spirit Lake (Figure 7). The winter road is located adjacent to both claim blocks, and vehicle access can be gained to the Property from this winter road in February and March. The area is underexplored due to lack of infrastructure; however Frontier Lithium has made significant discoveries in this area with consistent exploration work.
Geologically, the area is underlain by the northwestern extension of the North Spirit Lake greenstone belt. The greenstone rocks are approximately 2 km wide in the vicinity of the pegmatites (Figure 3). The greenstone belt is bounded to the north by biotitic tonalities and granites of the Whiteloon Lake Batholith (Sachigo Subprovince) and to the south by gneissic granodiorites and granites of the Bear Head Lake Batholith (Berens River Subprovince of the Superior Province). Regional trend of geological formations and structures is northwest- southeast as shown on geological maps and regional geophysical surveys.
Google Earth image of the property area showing potential pegmatite outcrops.