Greenstone Au, Ultramafic Ni and Pegmatite Potential
The Cyclone Project is an early-stage project which encompasses 32,534 acres (13,166 ha) of the Aquilon Greenstone Belt.
The Project is located within the James Bay Region of Quebec, Canada. The James Bay Region is a prolific mining district of Quebec with a long history of gold mining. It is also developing into a world-class LCT Pegmatite district with recent pegmatite discoveries demonstrating potential of +100 Mt at greater than 1% Li2O.
The property is easily accessible year-round via the Trans-Taiga Road, which transects the southern part of the property. The northwestern part of the property lies proximal to Laforge-1 Road.
The property is located east of Sirios Resources Aquilon Property which is known to host gold mineralization. In 2002 shallow drilling of I.P. anomalies within the western part of the Aquilon Belt returned up to 77.81 g/t Au over 1 m.
Only very limited geochemical sampling has been completed at Cyclone. Historical data did not include analyses for lithium or typical LCT Pegmatite ‘pathfinders’. Government and industry mapping has identified a number of ‘pegmatites’ throughout the belt, including a large (> 1km long) pegmatite within the adjacent Aquilon Project of Sirios Resources
Large volumes of ultramafic rock at the Cyclone Property suggest there is good potential for magmatic sulphide mineralization (Ni +/- PGE’s) with historical rock samples show up to 2155 ppm Ni.
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