|Option to Purchase 100% Interest
|Spodumene-Bearing Lithium Pegmatites
- Located in a recognized lithium belt, known for its recent exploration successes including the development of the nearby Seymour Project owned by Green Technology Metals Ltd. (“GT1”) with a mineral resource estimate of 9.9 Mt @ 1.04% Li2O, with 5.2 million tonnes @ 1.29 % Li2O.
- Potential advantage of critical metals – Molybdenum, Copper, Silver with untested exploration upside.
- Previous work has identified plausible locations for prospective areas.
The Armstrong Project consists of 90 contiguous claims totaling ~1,800 ha, in the Seymour-Crescent-Falcon lithium belt, known to host thirteen spodumene-bearing pegmatites along a 26 km trend between the South Aubrey and the Falcon East pegmatite occurrences. It is located ~55 km northeast of the town of Armstrong and ~245 km from Thunder Bay in Ontario, Canada, boasting significant infrastructure nearby including an airport, and rail. The Armstrong Project is road accessible and workable year-round.
The Project property is within a general area that has been highly focused on the exploration of lithium, however the Armstrong Project appears to have had little or no lithium focused exploration. The neighbouring properties are held by GT1 and Antler Gold Inc., with both neighboring properties having lithium in drilling. The adjacent Seymour Project (GT1) boasts a mineral resource estimate of 9.9 Mt @ 1.04% Li2O, with 5.2 million tonnes @ 1.29 % Li2O and remains open along strike and down dip. (GT1 website - Seymour Project)
Previous work on the Armstrong Project includes lake sediment work that confirms the presence of various base and precious metals including gold, silver, platinum, palladium, copper, nickel, cobalt, chromium, lead and Zinc. The Project has seen little work in recent times and requires a systematic sampling and mapping program. While the entire property appears to be prospective, traversing and sampling the dikes and faults are expected to be a focus of the Company. The sharp contrast in the first vertical derivative magnetics is a plausible location for alteration. Another prospective area shows a cluster of pegmatites immediately to the Northwest of the Project property boundary which may be a focus for further exploration work.
Map of Location of the Armstrong Project in Ontario, Canada
Armstrong Project and Adjacent Properties
Armstrong Project Magnetics
Spodumene Pegmatites – Armstrong 2023 Prospecting