The Barbara Project consists of 212 exploration claims located in the Glacier Lake Area about 160 km NNE of Thunder Bay, Ontario, and is situated approximately 60 km from the town of Nipigon, covering 45 square kilometers.
Bedrock geology is primarily composed of muscovite-bearing granitic rocks, which represent a potentially significant area for finding late-stage lithium pegmatites. Fractionation of residual pegmatitic granite melts produced fertile granite masses and related rare-element pegmatites that are distributed along the contact zone between Gathering and Foam Lake area.
The Barabara project lies south of the edge of an area mapped by Pye (1965), which has never been previously subjected to geological mapping.
No significant exploration work has been conducted on prospect, but the project’s local geology offers significant exploration potential for expansion of the surrounding, well-known Georgia Lake spodumene-bearing pegmatite group.