Vision Lithium is actively exploring for battery materials in Canada providing investors with exploration potential at multiple lithium and copper projects.
The Sirmac lithium property is approximately 7,670 ha (76.7 km2) and is located 180 km north-west of Chibougamau, in the province of Québec. Vision Lithium produced up to 99.99% lithium carbonate at Lakefield laboratory of SGS Canada Inc. as part of its metallurgical test work program.
The recently acquired Godslith Lithium property covers 5,560 ha and is situated in Manitoba. The property hosts an historical resource of 9.4 million tons at 1.21% Li2O. The deposit has only been tested to a depth of 243 m where historical drilling intersected 15.2 m grading 1.49% Li2O. Furthermore, the mineralized zone is recognized over at least 2.3 km along strike, making this an exceptional target for expansion.
An inaugural 4,000 m drill program was initiated in August on the Dôme Lemieux copper project located in Gaspésie Copper District of Quebec, Canada. The diamond drill program was designed to test the deep porphyry/skarn copper targets and shallow polymetallic (Cu-Zn; Zn-Pb-Ag, Au) targets.
The Red Brook copper-zinc project comprises three contiguous properties covering 4,760 ha (47.6 km2) located approximately 60 km west of the Bathurst volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) District in New Brunswick. Vision has completed a 1,500 m drill program pending results.