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"Whole rock" analysis from the Chebogue Lithium Project indicated high-grade spodumene-bearing pegmatites, with 13 samples returning >1% Li2O, peaking at 2.24% Li2O. The findings are similar to those at the nearby Brazil Lake Lithium project.
LIDAR data indicates a likely bedrock pegmatite source located 200-300 meters from the traced pegmatite boulder trail. Ongoing exploration aims to expose this bedrock spodumene-bearing pegmatite source.
The Chebogue Lithium Project, located near key infrastructure and shipping facilities, holds the potential for significant lithium discoveries within its large land position covering over 100km of prospective lithium-bearing pegmatite strike length.
Initial prospecting at Chebogue Lithium Project in Nova Scotia, Canada, has discovered large, coarse grain spodumene-bearing surface boulders in glacial tills.
Dr. Jacob Hanley positively identified massive spodumene separates from five samples, with assays pending on all samples taken by the exploration team.
MHC identified two separate mineralized boulder clusters within a corridor, suggesting a probable northeast-oriented pegmatite bedrock, with bedrock lithium source likely located approximately 200 meters northwest from the trace of the pegmatite boulder trail.