4.8 Mt at 1.25% Li2O resource in accordance with the JORC Code

The Seymour Project is located near the township of Armstrong and approximately 250km north of the city and port of Thunder Bay which has a long mining history and a base for geological and mining contractors.


GT1 has recently pegged 439 new mining claims around Seymour for a total addition of 8,941 hectares. This holding extends to the north of Seymour reaching into the Archean Green Stone Belt which hosts locally known LCT pegmatites.

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The Seymour Project hosts numerous targets and 4.8 Mt at 1.25% Li2O resource in accordance with the JORC Code which is open along strike and down dip (North and South Aubry).

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The recent Phase 1 drilling program at North Aubry, Seymour was designed to evaluate potential along-strike and down-dip extensions of the North Aubry deposit that were open and untested.  This maiden program is now complete with 16 holes having been drilled for a total of 5,895 metres with the deposit still open along strike (north) and down dip with further step out drilling being planned.

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All core logging, sampling and cutting is performed on site at Seymour enabling quick turn around and submission to the assay lab in Thunder Bay.

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All our exploration drillers, geologists and field crews have been relocated from Armstrong to the new field camp at Seymour. The camp has significantly reduced travel times, increased drill rig utilisation and simplified shift change and handovers.

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An additional 7km of exploration potential exists along strike of the resource with significant pegmatite exposure at surface.

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The Trans Canadian Railway runs through the south of the tenement and hosts the Ferland Rail Siding for potential export to lithium converters.

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