Brunswick Exploration (TSXV: BRW) is has launched a cross-Canada exploration campaign. The program is set to consist of exploration at a number of its properties across the country, with programs planned in Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec. At the same time, the company has further doubled down on its heavily diversified strategy, staking additional claims in three separate provinces.
Exploration is already underway by Brunswick Exploration in the province of Saskatchewan, where the company is focused on its Hanson Lake pegmatite field. With an intention to drill the property in the third quarter, crews are currently on site prospecting in advance of that program. Hanson Lake consists of an eight kilometre by three kilometre corridor that is part of the larger Jan lake region, and is said to contain 57 large-scale pegmatites.
Prospecting in Ontario is also set to take place this month, following the completion of prospecting in both Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The company was rather quiet on details, indicating prospecting would occur at Hearst before transitioning to new claims acquired by the company.
Exploration at the firms Lynn Lake project in Manitoba meanwhile is slated to occur in early June. The property is said to have never been explored for lithium, with helicopter-supported prospecting expected to be “very efficient.”
Helicopter-supported exploration is also set to take place in Quebec, where the company will have a major prospecting campaign take place from two central camps. The Wabamisk camp will focus on the Anatacau and Anatacau West properties, where the company will follow up on recently intercepted spodumene bearing pegmatites. Exploration is also to occur at several identified spodumene showings to the east.
The PLEX camp will meanwhile focus on the PLEX and Mythril projects. At Mythril, which shares a border with Patriot Battery Metals, the company is to prospect on several untested pegmatite outcrops that are less than two kilometres from the CV8 showing. PLEX meanwhile has 120 untested outcrops that will be focused on, which are in the same La Grande Shear Zone as that of Patriot’s discoveries.
A small fly camp will also be established for the Mirage project, where Brunswick will focus on confirming the occurence of large spodumene-bearing boulders, as well as conduct prospecting on historical lithogeochemical anomalies.
Brunswick’s suite of projects in Quebec are said to include over 250 untested spodumene-type pegmatites with a minimum strike length of 500 metres.
“We are very excited to start one of the largest grassroot lithium exploration initiatives in North America. Over the last 18 months, we have diligently built our hard-rock portfolio focused on both poorly explored lithium-bearing pegmatites and untested, prospective pegmatite targets in favorable jurisdictions. We have now secured over 650 S-type pegmatites across all of Canada that have never been tested for lithium, in addition to nearly a dozen spodumene-bearing pegmatites,” commented CEO Killian Charles.
Recently staked claims
The company meanwhile has indicated it has staked a significant amount of new claims across Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
In Saskatchewan, 48,000 hectares worth of claims in the Trans Hudson and Lake Athabasca project regions. The claims are said to include over 45 pegmatite showings, which are between 500 and 11,500 metres in length and have not previously been explored for lithium.
Manitoba meanwhile has seen Brunswick stake 38,000 hectares worth of claims within the Trans Hudson region. The claims were again staked as a result of identified pegmatite showings, with twelve said to be between 500 and 6,000 metres in length.
Finally, 10,900 hectares have been stake in Ontario, with the new claims referred to as the Campfire project. The project is found 70 kilometres to the north of Kenora, with the property staked due to historical lake sentiment data and “preferred geological environments.” The property is 25 kilometres east of the Separation Rapids lithium deposit. Exploration is expected to occur on the Campfire project under the current program.
“We are very optimistic that Canada hosts multiple world-class lithium deposits that are yet to be discovered and are confident that BRW can bring some of these deposits to fruition,” continued Charles.
Brunswick Exploration last traded at $0.77 on the TSX Venture.
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