The Mt Tremblant Projects comprise of three highly prospective Lithium Projects located in Quebec, Canada, including two projects located in the prolific James Bay area. The Projects cover a combined 190km2 across three project areas, including:
- Cancet West Lithium Project (James Bay, Quebec):
Covers >14km strike length of the Archean-aged Guyer greenstone belt which hosts the neighbouring Corvette (ASX:PMT) and Cancet (ASX:WR1) lithium deposits to the east.
- The Ross Lithium Project (James Bay, Quebec):
Covers >30km strike length of underexplored greenstone belt located along strike to the east of the neighbouring Whabouchi lithium deposit (36.6Mt at 1.3% Li20)
- Gaspe Lithium Project:
has the potential to host a lithium in clay deposit with the project located within the Gaspe Peninsula in southeast Quebec.
Cancet West Project
The Cancet West Project is located within the prolific James Bay area of Quebec, Canada and covers an area of 79km2. The project’s claims are centred on 14 km of prospective greenstone strike length of the Guyer greenstone belt located within the La Grande Subprovince of the Archean Superior Province that is known to host spodumene-bearing pegmatites along strike to the east of Cancet West Project in the neighbouring:
- Corvette Project (Patriot Battery Metals Inc – ASX:PMT) which has recently achieved exciting drilling results, including 156.9m at 2.12% Li2O and 159.7m at 1.65% Li2O; and
- Cancet Project (Winsome Resources – ASX:WR1) which contains significant drill intercepts including 18m at 3.15% Li2O from 8m.
Figure 2: Cancet West Project location
The Ross Project is comprised of 86km2 of minerals claims located approximately 90 kilometres northeast of Nemaska Whabouchi spodumene-bearing pegmatites lithium deposit (proven resource 36.6Mt @ 1.3% Li2O). The Whabouchi lithium deposit is hosted within northeast-southwest striking greenstones that extend to the northeast.
The Ross project covers more than 30km of underexplored greenstone with the potential to host pegmatites within the project area.
Figure 6: Ross Project location
The Gaspe Lithium Project, which covers a total are of 13.1km2 is located within the Gaspe Peninsula in southeast Quebec. The Company believes that the Gaspe Project has the potential to host a lithium in clay deposit with the project located within an east-west sedimentary (mudstone) belt, that contains several regional scaled faults within or near the property.
The project is centred around a zone of anomalous Lithium in soil samples within regional datasets. Further interpretation and analyses of these datasets is underway.