Max Lithium Project Overview
|LOCATION||La Corne Area, Québec (45km north of Val-d’Or)|
|METALS||Lithium and other critical elements within Pegmatites|
|LAND POSITION||28 claims (19.25 km2)|
|EXPLORATION HIGHLIGHTS||Within the same spodumene-rich batholithe than and at 4km away from the North American Lithium operation|
Latest News on the Project
The MAX lithium project is located in the hart of the La Corne Batholithe, in the La Corne township in the Abitibi- Témiscamingue region, Quebec province, Canada. The project lies 4km away from Sayona’s North American Lithium (NAL) flagship operation and 30km away from the Authier lithium project in the La Motte municipality and approximately 550km from Montreal city, serviced by road, rail and air.
Sayona announced an estimated Measured, Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resource on their NAL property of 101.9 Mt @ 1.06% Li2O, for 1.081 Mt of contained Li2O.
The MAX Lithium property consists of 28 mineral titles for a total area of 1,925ha (19,25km2) and the mineralized Spodumene Pegmatite dykes that North American Lithium are mining are recognized at different places within the Lacorne Batholite.