The Company secured a portfolio in world-class lithium jurisdiction in the Georgia Lake pegmatite district, Thunder Bay North Mining District of Ontario, Canada. The wider project area is home to Rock Tech Lithium Inc’s Georgia Lake project (TSX-V: RCK), Mavis Lake Lithium Project (TSX.V: ILC), Separation Rapids Lithium (TSX: AVL) and Seymour Lake Lithium Project (ASX: GT1). The portfolio compromising of Gorge, Tango and Arrel exploration projects all three covering together over 80 km2 of highly prospective ground containing or targeting shallow, high-grade lithium pegmatites.
The Company has entered into an exclusive option agreement to acquire up to 100% of the Gorge Lithium Project.The Project includes two prospective areas identified by historical works which are yet to be systematically explored.
BMM secures exclusive option to acquire 100% of the Tango Lithium Project located in the same Georgia Lake pegmatite district.
The Arrel Lithium Project is 100% owned by the Company and located in the same Georgia Lake pegmatite district.
Projects are located approximately 200 km northeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario, and between 40 and 60 km southwest of Geraldton, Ontario. The Project sites are accessed via Trans Canada Hwy 11 with entry points along well-graded gravel logging roads starting 40 km north of Nipigon/Trans Canada Hwy 14/11 intersection (Gorge Creek Road).
The Georgia Lake area is located within the Quetico Subprovince of the Superior Province of Ontario, Canada.The Quetico Subprovince is bounded by the granite-greenstone Wabigoon Subprovince to the north and Wawa Subprovince to the south.
Pegmatites are intimately associated with granite intrusions, often within a few hundred feet of the contact zone. The host rocks of spodumene pegmatites are metasediments, typically meta-sandstone described as muscovite schist with observed bedding, and various stages of metamorphism are present, including migmatization imparting a gneissic texture. The pegmatites occur in two geometries: as irregular-shaped bodies (dykes) and as thin veins and attenuated lenses. The pegmatites are typically medium to very coarse-grained and are made up of quartz, microcline, spodumene, perthite and little muscovite.