Grass River Project


  • GR lithium pegmatite dyke cluster consists of three lithium pegmatite dykes located on the west side of the Crowduck Bay Fault
  • The GR-1 dyke was drill tested in 1942 to a depth of 50m and the dyke remains open at depth.
  • Drill results of 1.84% Li2O over 6.32 meters at GR
  • The Grass River (GR) lithium pegmatite was discovered in August of 2018 by routine prospecting and is interpreted to be part of the GR lithium pegmatite dyke cluster
  • Drill results of 3.35% Li2O over 3 meters and widths of 5 to 6 meters
  • Over 15,000 meters of drilling was conducted to test the GR dykes in 2022.
  • Metaulligurcial testwork from the grass river project demonstrates 83.5% lithium recovery producing a 6.39% li20 spodumene concentrate.