Lithium producer to launch drilling at Canadian projec

photo; Foremost

Exploration begins Foremost Lithium Resource & Technology has commenced exploration that is to lay the ground work for a diamond drill programme on the company’s Jean Lake lithium property in Canada’s Manitoba.


“The first step of this process includes the mobilizing of field crews to their 1,002 hectare/2,476-acre property where the beryl high-grade spodumene-bearing pegmatite dykes with assays of 3.89% and 5.17% Li2O were uncovered in August 2021,” the miner said in a statement. “Field work will be staged from a base in Snow Lake with helicopter support from Gogal Air Services.”


John Gravelle, the executive chair of Foremost, said the company is “excited to report that crews are currently on the ground at Jean Lake scoping the 14 identified priority drill targets. Past magnetic interpretation has shown that our beryl pegmatites, which assayed at 3.89% and 5.17% Li20, trending along Snow Lake Lithium's high-grade SG and GRP spodumene and GRP pegmatites.”