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jEANNETTE LITHIUM

JEANNETTE LITHIUM

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INTRODUCTION

JEANNETTE LITHIUM

The Jeannette Lithium Project is situated approximately 84km northeast of the town of Ear Falls and 105km east of the mining community of Red Lake, Ontario. Spanning across 1,820 hectares, this property encompasses 4 claims that hold immense potential for the discovery of spodumene bearing pegmatites.

This Project is located in a Tier-1, low-risk mining jurisdiction near excellent infrastructure with recent discoveries in the area.

JEANNETTE LITHIUM

HISTORICAL WORK

During the 2022 field program 113 grab and channel samples were collected returning values up to 244 ppm Li, which was obtained from a sample of biotite gneiss with coarse feldspar-quartz dykelets. 45 grab samples were collected during the June and July field programs, which returned values up to 290ppm Li and 688ppm Rb. The value of 290 ppm Li was obtained from biotite gneiss proximal to the sample which had earlier returned 244 ppm Li. The value of 688 ppm Rb was obtained from pegmatite on the south shore of Tarpley Lake in the northeastern part of the Project

An additional 44 grab samples were collected during the August 2023 program. These returned up to 309 ppm Li and up to 497 ppm Rb. The value of 309 ppm Li was obtained from biotite gneiss proximal to samples which had earlier returned 244 and 290 ppm Li. The value of 497 ppm Rb was obtained from pegmatite approximately 2 km south of Tarpley Lake in the eastern part of the Project. 

JEANNETTE LITHIUM

EXPLORATION

HELIBORNE MAGNETIC
SURVEY

A high-resolution heliborne magnetic survey was completed on the project by Prospectair Geosurveys.
(April 30 – June 6, 2022.)

GEOLOGICAL MAPPING
& SAMPLING

Nineteen bulk rock samples were collected from various pegmatites within the batholith in 2001 by the Ontario Geological Survey.
(May – June 2022.)

CHANNEL
SAMPLING

113 grab and channel samples were collected returning values up to 244ppm Li (2022 field program). 16 grab samples were collected and received during the June 2023 program, with additional prospecting and exploration programs planned 

JEANNETTE LITHIUM

EXPLORATION

HELIBORNE MAGNETIC
SURVEY

A high-resolution heliborne magnetic survey was completed on the project by Prospectair Geosurveys.
(April 30 – June 6, 2022.)

GEOLOGICAL MAPPING
& SAMPLING

Nineteen bulk rock samples were collected from various pegmatites within the batholith in 2001 by the Ontario Geological Survey.
(May – June 2022.)

CHANNEL
SAMPLING

113 grab and channel samples were collected returning values up to 244ppm Li (2022 field program). 16 grab samples were collected and received during the June 2023 program, with additional prospecting and exploration programs planned 

JEANNETTE LITHIUM

REGIONAL &
PROJECT GEOLOGY

  • The Jeannette project is host to the Allison Lake batholith fractionation corridor and rare earth element enrichment as determined by elemental analysis and mineral observation in outcrop by Breaks et al. 2003.

  • The SJ Pegmatite on the shore of Jubilee Lake is evidence that the Allison Lake batholith has produced external pegmatite dykes. 

  • The Allison Lake East project is located in Northwestern Ontario where numerous lithium deposits have been delineated to host significant reserves of Li2O.  

  • Of significance is that the Li-deposits/projects of northwestern Ontario are located within 10-20km of a terrane boundary. These terrane boundaries are deep seated sutures that divide accreted Archean terranes and act as conduits for fertile peraluminous granites. The Project is 20km north of the English River-Uchi Terrane boundary.

JEANNETTE LITHIUM

REGIONAL &
PROJECT GEOLOGY

  • The Jeannette project is host to the Allison Lake batholith fractionation corridor and rare earth element enrichment as determined by elemental analysis and mineral observation in outcrop by Breaks et al. 2003.

  • The SJ Pegmatite on the shore of Jubilee Lake is evidence that the Allison Lake batholith has produced external pegmatite dykes. 

  • The Allison Lake East project is located in Northwestern Ontario where numerous lithium deposits have been delineated to host significant reserves of Li2O.  

  • Of significance is that the Li-deposits/projects of northwestern Ontario are located within 10-20km of a terrane boundary. These terrane boundaries are deep seated sutures that divide accreted Archean terranes and act as conduits for fertile peraluminous granites. The Project is 20km north of the English River-Uchi Terrane boundary.