Frontier Lithium increases land position of the PAK Lithium Project by 180%
Sudbury, Ontario, December 12, 2018 – Frontier Lithium Inc. (TSX.V: FL) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the addition of 725 claim cells (14,248 ha) to their PAK Lithium project. The recent discovery of the Spark pegmatite 2.3k northwest of the PAK pegmatite was the catalyst for staking the mining claims.
The PAK lithium deposit is located on a major geological structural corridor hosting rare multiple high grade, low iron pegmatites. The recent 2018 Spark discovery confirmed Frontier’s exploration model and demonstrated the potential for possible further discoveries. The recent staking extends the PAK Lithium Project 47km along the “Electric Avenue”, Ontario’s newest prospective lithium-metal region. This structural corridor in northwestern Ontario is a known geological feature separating the Berens River and the Sachigo Sub-provinces of the Archean superior Craton which feature multiple rare metal occurrences (Figure 1). One other such known occurrence exists 25km up the Electric Avenue from Pakeagama Lake where the historical Pennock Lake spodumene showing has been confirmed by the Company and is an exploration target for future follow-up.
“We are extremely happy to consolidate the Company’s land position on the Electric Avenue. The Electric Avenue contains the richest lithium resource known in Ontario and has become a premier exploration target in Canada for Frontier. We look forward to further advancing the PAK Lithium Project, in part, by drilling the Spark showing this winter to add additional resources. In addition, this upcoming work will commence our study of the relationship and possible connection between the PAK deposit and the showing located only 2.3km away from each other.” stated Trevor Walker, President and CEO of the Company.