The largest concentrations of lithium-containing minerals are found in granitic pegmatites.

The most important of these minerals are spodumene (Li2O, Al2O3, 4SiO2) and petalite (Li2O, Al2O3, 8SiO2).

Spodumene has a theoretical Li2O content of 8.03%. Due to this high lithium content, spodumene is considered the most important lithium mineral.

A typical run of mine ore can contain 1-2% LI2O, while a typical spodumene concentrate suitable for lithium carbonate production contains 5.5-6.5% Li2O.


  • 30 km from Val-d’Or, Quebec
  • Well-developed local infrastructure
  • Year-round access
  • Access to low cost and low carbon electricity
  • Adjacent to +50-year operational lithium project – North American Lithium
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Located North of Val-d’Or with over 18,000 hectares of claims strategically located adjacent to Sayona’s restarted lithium operation

Adjacent to Mine Operations

In August of 2021, Sayona Québec completed its acquisition of the previous North American Lithium (NAL) plant adjacent to several of Jourdan Resources claims.

A subsidiary of lithium producers Sayona and Piedmont Lithium, Sayona Québec has now restarted production at NAL’s mine in March 2023.

Adjacent to Mine Operations

Valléepartnered with Quebec’s only Li producer Sayona Mining, $4 M – 14,000 m drill program planned in 2023

Baillargé potential high-grade Li in three dyke systems with several hundreds of metrs of strike length and with a $1.5 million – 4,000 m diamond drilling exploration program underway

Preissac-LaCornehosts multiple lithium showings along the producing Vallée Lithium Trend

Duval – grassroots project

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