Localization map of the KM-381 Lithium Propertry
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Highlights

  • Easy access, midpoint between Matagami and Radisson
  • The property consists of 21 claims totaling 11,75 Km2, 100%-held by Genius
  • In trend and less than two Km East of James Bay Lithium deposit

Geology

The KM 381 property lies within the Middle and Lower Eastmain River Greenstone Belt on the James Bay Territory (2705-2752 Ma). The GB is composed of an Archean volcano-sedimentary assemblages metamorphosed to the amphibolite facies and exposing rocks from komatiitic flows to rhyolites with various sedimentary assemblages present. The Eastmain River Greenstone Belt is overlain by the Auclair Formation paragneiss (Nemiscau and Opinaca basins). Several plutons ranging from tonalitic to monzogranitic compositions intruded the volcanosedimentary rocks (2747-2697 Ma). The galaxy Lithium deposit (40.8 Mt @1.40% Li20 as Indicated resource) is formed of granitic pegmatite dykes of albite and spodumene. These pegmatites are of the class “rare earth” elements (Li-Cs-Ta). They form a local group of intrusions in a host rock of shale and biotite gneiss that belong to the Auclair Formation.