The Muskox Lithium Project is located 45 km east of Yellowknife in the Yellowknife Pegmatite Province. The project contains a >700 m long lithium bearing pegmatite, is easily accessible via an all-season highway and is prospective for further discovery.
LITHIUM SHOWINGS IN THE YELLOWKNIFE PEGMATITE PROVINCE
Located 45 km east of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories within the Yellowknife Pegmatite Province. A large portion of the 50 km2 land package remains under-explored.
Characterized by a coarse-grained, spodumene bearing pegmatite (the CM-1 pegmatite) of over 700m in strike length and up to 5 m wide at surface located within 100 m of an all-season government-maintained road.
Recent channel-sampling indicates continuity of spodumene content (confirmed by recent XRD analysis) and grades of up to 1.34% Li2O over 5 m and 1.26 % Li2O. Other spodumene-bearing pegmatites ~1 km to the east of CM-1 have been documented. The project also hosts several gold showings.
- Located less than 3 km south of Li-FT mineral leases