The Lac-Des-Iles property consists of 43 mineral claims in one contiguous block covering approximately 2276 hectares land, near the town of Mont-Laurier in southern Québec. The claims are located adjacent to the north and west of the TIMCAL mine previously owned by Imerys, and are also adjacent to the LDI mine which has been in operation for over 20 years and is the only significant graphite producer in North America. Cullinan Metals property has excellent infrastructure support, road accessible, located 150 kilometres from Montreal; water, power and manpower available locally.
Underlain by similar geological environment as the TIMCAL mine, the property consists of Meta-sedimentary Belt of the Grenville Province which includes quartzofeldspathic rocks, quartzite, biotite gneiss, limestone/marble and locally pegmatitic quartzofeldspathic rocks.
A helicopter airborne Time Domain Electromagnetic and Magnetic survey completed in 2012 by Geophysics GPR International Inc. (Project M-12362; GM67729), covered the Lac des Isles Property. A total of 706 line-kilometers were flown and showed a major northeast-southwest trending conductive horizon some 2km wide crossing a western part of the Lac des Isles Property and suggestive of a conductive graphite horizon.
Several electromagnetic conductors from previous exploration work have not been drilled which indicate a significant potential for a graphite discovery. Several large flake graphite showings are located on the property, typically present in shear zones within gneisses where the graphite content usually ranges from trace to 3.47% Cg.
Cautionary Note: Investors are cautioned that the above information has been taken from the Quebec Government’s database at following websites: Géologie Québec – Results of the query (gouv.qc.ca) The author has not verified the information and the information is not necessarily indicative of the mineralization on the Property.