The highly prospective Wakeman Lake lithium property covers approx.7,900 acres and is located in Northwestern Ontario. Situated approximately in the Red Lake Mining Division of Northwestern Ontario Wakeman Lake is underlain by the Allison Lake Batholith, the largest known fertile, peraluminous granite mass in Northwestern Ontario. Notably, a sample taken at Wakeman Lake has shown the presence of spessartine, a garnet type that serves as an indicator for LCT pegmatites. The sample, taken by F.W. Breaks, J.B. Selway, A.G. Tindal, is referenced in open file report 6099 by the Ontario Geological Survey. Access to the Property is facilitated by multiple forestry roads across the region.