Lithium Projects


Birch-Uchi Sub-province, Ontario

●  The project is the largest property under Spod Lithium’s property portfolio

●  Niemi Project is underlain by Archean metasediments and granites, along with Keweenawan age diabase

●  Grab samples taken on the project returned up to 0.38% Li2O

●  Historical grab samples from 1982 on pegmatite boulders returned assay values of 0.764% Li2O and 0.685% Li2O

●  RockTech’s Project contains a NI43-101 compliant indicate resource of 10.6 Mt at 0.88% Li2O and a NI43-101 inferred resource of 4.2 Mt of 1.00% Li2O


James Bay Region, Quebec

  • Spod has an exclusive and irrevocable option to acquire up to 100% of LG4
  • 41 mining claims covering 2,100 hectares (21 km2)
  • The Project is adjacent to Patriot Battery Metals’ (TSX:PMET) project and less than 2.0 km south from Patriot’s newly significant discovery


James Bay Region, Quebec

●  The Property is comprised of a total of 78 mineral claims covering a total area of 3,997 hectares (40 km2)

●  The Megali project adjacent to Patriot Battery Metals’ project and less than 2.7 km south-south-east from Patriot’s newly significant Corvette’s lithium discovery

●  The project is also adjacent to Spod’s newly acquired Lithium Grande 4 project

●  Located 16 km south to the regional Trans-Taiga Road and power line infrastructure and 45 km from the airport within the James Bay region of Quebec


Trewartha Lake Area, Ontario

  • Initial prospecting has identified new grantanic pegmatite float within an existing aggregate quarry located on the property
  • Identified pegmatites host coarse-grained pegmatite minerals such as: 
    • biotie, muscovite, garnet, quartz and feldspar


Thunder Bay Region, Ontario

  • Property is centered on the historical Niemi lithium and rare-earth pegmatite occurrence, discovered in 1955
  • The Nieme occurrence is hosted within a pegmatite body that has been outlined along strike for 420 ft, ranging in widths from 4.1 to 100 ft


Slate Falls, Ontario

  • Property contains two known lithium-bearing pegmatite showings, which assayed 0.5% Li and have not been followed
  • The Ferdinand Property is centered on Ferdinand Lake No 1 and No 2 mineral occurrence
  • Location is associated with pegmatites & gneiss-hosted quartz veins

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