Bounty Lithium

89 mineral claims totaling 4,659 hectares, is located in the James Bay Region of west-central, Quebec

The James Bay Pegmatite District of Quebec is known to host several large lithium pegmatite deposits including:

  • Whabouchi Lithium Deposit of Nemaska Lithium; 
  • Rose Lithium-Tantalum Deposit of Critical Elements Lithium Corp; and 
  • James Bay Project of Allkem. 

The Property was staked due to its prospective nature for hosting hard-rock, pegmatite-hosted lithium mineralization. 

It was selected as a result of a regional targeting method which included the review of pegmatite occurrences across Quebec with the appropriate indicator-mineralogy and indicator-chemistry for hosting spodumene-bearing pegmatites, within favourable host-rocks. 

The Property is host to several known pegmatite outcrops, but no lithium-focused work has been conducted on the Property, and thus no lithium-bearing occurrences have yet been noted. 

Twenty-nine target areas have been identified based on the aforementioned targeting criteria and confirmed using aerial imagery.