Georgia Lake Lithium Pegmatites Photos
Located in the Thunder Bay Mining Division, Ontario, Canada – the spodumene-bearing pegmatites of this area were first discovered in 1955. The area provides a stable and favourable mining jurisdiction with excellent infrastructure, and is located near provincial Highway 11, approximately 145 km from deep water port in Thunder Bay.
Recent Exploration Work Overview
The Company carried out prospecting and grab sampling on eight lithium pegmatites on the Property and the results showed that out of total 21 samples, ten samples were over 1% lithium oxide and five samples were 2% or more lithium oxide with a maximum value of 2.73% Li2O. The Company subsequently completed a stripping, trenching, and channel sampling program at Camp Pegmatite on the Property. Highlights of that sampling program included:
- Channel CH16-01 intersects 1.1% Li2O over 2.29 m with Be 243 to 251 ppm, Nb 51 to 66.4 ppm, Rb 752 to 972 ppm and Ta 34.8 to 69.2 ppm.
- Channel CH16-02 intersects 1.07% Li2O over 1 m with Be 259 to 293 ppm, Nb 42.4 to 66 ppm, Rb 703 to 1270 ppm and Ta 27.3 to 52.7 ppm.
- Channel CH16-03 intersects 1.15% Li2O over 3 m with Be 262 to 315 ppm, Nb 49 to 62 ppm, Rb 535 to 1090 ppm and Ta 29.8 to 43.6 ppm.