VANCOUVER — Ultra Lithium Inc. and North Canada Lithium Corp. have started exploration work which includes trenching, channel and bulk sampling, metallurgical testwork and diamond drilling at the Forgan Lake Lithium Property in northwestern Ontario
The trenching and sampling work has already been started and a 3,000-metre core drilling contract has been signed with Quebec-based Diafore Drilling Inc. who is preparing for mobilizing to the property, states a release. The drilling will be a combination of NQ and HQ size core drilling and the contract can be extended through mutual agreement.
The companies have signed an Exploration Agreement for the Forgan Lake Project with Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaab (BZA) for continuing exploration and future development of the project with the support of the BZA community.
The Forgan Lake property consists of approximately 256 hectares of land in 20 mining claims located in the Thunder Bay Mining District in northwestern Ontario, adjacent to the north of Ultra Lithium’s Lucky Lake claim block.
Historical work on the Forgan Lake Property was first carried out by Lun-Echo Gold Mines Limited during the 1955 to 1961 period and included 39 drill holes, aggregating 10,561 feet drilling on the eastern side of Forgan Lake, adds the release.