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. 

More about Bounty

  • Bounty Lithium is located within the Eastmain Greenstone Belt in the James Bay Pegmatite District of west – central Quebec
  • Bounty Lithium is prospective for hosting hard-rock, pegmatite-hosted lithium mineralization.
  • The project now contains 62 pegmatite target areas, many with previously defined indicator-mineralogy and indicator-chemistry for hosting Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum (LCT) style, spodumene-bearing pegmatites
  • No lithium-bearing occurrences had been noted despite several known pegmatite outcrops on the property.

Known Pegmatites

The Property is host to several known pegmatite outcrops but remains underexplored with little to no lithium -focused work having been conducted prior to Manning-Ventures.


Project selected as a result of a regional targeting method including a review of pegmatite occurrences across Quebec with the appropriate indicator-mineralogy and indicator-chemistry for hosting Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum (LCT) style, spodumene-bearing pegmatites, within favorable host-rocks.


The initial exploration included detailed examination of 30 of the 62 pegmatite target areas.

Samples Include 143 pegmatite and/or intrusive rock samples and 4 rock samples with sulphide mineralization for possible gold or base metals potential.

Which returned 7 very anomalous samples > 201 ppm Li with values up to 425 ppm Li, and 16 Anomalous samples ranging between 81-200 ppm Li.