Lithium | Thunder Bay, ON
Infinity Stone’s Buda Pegmatite Property is approximately 1203 hectares located 50km west of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The property is accessible along Highway 11-17 via a logging road to the historic railway siding Buda Station.
The claim group at Buda consists of 68 mining claim cells (approximately 1203 hectares), last explored for feldspar by Steeprock Iron Mines Limited during the early 1980’s. According to Steep Rock Mines documentation, Buda Station area hosts “significantly-large pegmatite dikes” worthy of economic consideration. During exploration, seven pegmatite dikes were mapped, the largest being Steep Rock Dike.
Buda Project Documentation
- 68 mining claim covering 1203 hectares located 50km west of Thunder Bay, Ontario
- 7 LCT (Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum) pegmatites identified by Steep Rock Iron Mines as “significantly-large pegmatite dikes” worthy of economic consideration
- In 2009, the following three hand grab samples were extracted from exposed pegmatite near Buda Station: *
⟶ 210 ppm lithium
⟶ 102 ppm and 143 niobium
⟶ 764 ppm and 1080 ppm rubidium
- The Buda dike has an exposed strike length of 366 metres with a maximum apparent width of 26 metres
- The Steep Rock Main Pegmatite Dike, the largest known pegmatite is 450 metres in length with a width up to 140 metres at the west end
- The property is accessible along Highway 11-17 via a logging road to the historic railway siding Buda Station
1) Infinity Stone News Release Dated June 2, 2022:
* Neither the Company nor the Qualified Person can at this time independently verify the historical grab sample results including the procedures used for sample collection and analysis.
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