Exploration Project

Silver Rim

Silver Rim
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One of five prospective primary targets in Obonga.  The southeast trend of elevated element anomalies from the Scalp Lake area into the central portion of the Awkward intrusive batholith, suggests the presence of a pegmatitic rock and/or structure. This presents a promising opportunity for lithium and rare earth pegmatite exploration, aligning with the global demand for critical minerals.  

A string of lakes trending southeast from Scalp Lake toward the centre of the Awkward Lake stock contain elevated to anomalous values of W and REE. A small lake in the centre of the Awkward Lake intrusive contains highly anomalous values for silver (41.01 ppm), cadmium (126.6 ppm), cesium (144.26), lithium (630.4 ppm), molybdenum (2014 ppm), lead (11954 ppm), thallium (41.39 ppm), uranium (192.97 ppm), tungsten (319.19 ppm), ytterbium (228.63 ppm) and various rare earth metals. Many of these values are the highest assays recorded from the Garden Lake-Obonga Lake survey area. Lithophile pyritic, chalcopyrite showing is located immediately southeast of this lake. The presence of Cu, Ni and gold located along the contact of the Awkward Lake stock, makes this a potential area for Au-PGE-Ni-Cu mineralisation associated with gabbroic/anorthositic rock. The southeast trend of elevated elements from the Scalp Lake area into the central portion of the Awkward Lake Stock may indicate that a pegmatitic rock and/or structure is present in the area.

Silver Rim one of 13 targets highlighted in the “recommendations for exploration 23/24” report issued by the Ontario government. Anomalous silver has also been identified by soil sampling and no drilling has been conducted in this area to date.


Silver Rim
highlights

Highly anomalous lithium
Magnetic and electromagnetic anomalies
Greenfield exploration
Geological Maps
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