154 cells totalling 8 claims compromising of 3,146 hectares


A muscovite-bearing granite, is host to the Property, an S-type peraluminous fertile parental granite according to Breaks et al., 2003. 

The granitic body is in contact with metasediments which make excellent hosts to fractionating fertile parental granitic melts. 

The Property occurs within 17 km of a subprovince terrane boundary, an integral relationship between lithium deposits and structure (Breaks et al., 2003).

previous work

The Landings Lake Lithium Property has been underexplored. Mapping by the OGS in 1959 noted numerous grey pegmatite occurrences in muscovite-bearing granites during lakeshore mapping in the eastern portion of the English River Subprovince. There has yet to be any work done on the economic potential of the pegmatites present.

adjacent properties

Green Technology Metals (ASX: GT1) announced coarse spodumene concentrate produced at Seymour with lithium recovery exceeding 72% and hosts 9.9Mt grading 1.044% Li2O and 137ppm Ta2O5

GTI also announced high-grade assay results from extensive drilling from their Root Lake-McCombe Lithium deposit. 

RL-22-0041: 15.9m @ 1.12% Li2O from 98.1m

RL-22-0027: 12.3m @ 1.34% Li2O from 3.4m

RL-22-0035: 12.7m @ 1.28% Li2O from 66.5m

RL-22-0038: 8.4m @ 1.18% Li2O from 81.5m. 

Neighbouring, Frontier Lithium’s (TSXV: FL) ‘Electric Avenue SPARK deposit announced 18.8 million tonnes averaging 1.52% Li2O in the Indicated category and 29.7 million tonnes averaging 1.34% Li2O in the Inferred category. Frontier Lithium’s PAK Lithium Project encompasses 26,774 hectares along 65 km of Ontario’s Electric Avenue with four spodumene-bearing pegmatites.

Avalon Advanced Materials’s (TSX: AVL) Separation Rapids property consists of 19 mineral claims and one mining lease covering a combined area of approximately 4,414 hectares with resources of 9.4Mt grading 1.35% Li2O.

The Georgia Lake pegmatite field with resources of 16+Mt grading 1.15% Li2O is owned by Imagine Lithium and Ultra Lithium. 


The Landings Lake Lithium property is located in northwestern Ontario where numerous lithium deposits have been delineated to host significant reserves of Li2O.

There is overwhelming evidence that the English River Subprovince is host to lithium, based on lake sediment sampling by the OGS, yet it is vastly unexplored for LCT-pegmatites.


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