Infinity Stone Ventures Corp. has announced that it has acquired and staked an additional 359 hectares, as well as a pending application for two additional claims on its Camaro Hellcat Lithium Project, with claim blocks adjacent to Patriot Battery Metals’ (“PMET” or “Patriot”) Corvette Project in the James Bay Region of Quebec, bringing its total land position to 5,546 hectares in addition to the currently pending cells. The new claims include historical surface samples returning 57ppm Li, sampled and assayed in 2016, and a 30ppm Li sample in 1997. The Historic Samples were found to the west of Winsome Resources Cancet Project and PMET’s Corvette Lithium Project, north of the Taiga Highway. There are at least 4 historical mapped pegmatites on the new claims, and the Company intends to conduct further exploration to identify any other potential pegmatites that may be found
The new claims are also located near Winsome Resources Ltd.’s Cancet discovery drill hole (the “Cancet Property”). Winsome’s best results at Cancet have included 1 metre at 5.65% Li2O from 36.5 metres and six metres at 1.95% Li2O from 36.45 metres.2 Furthermore, the New Claims are adjacent to a number of claims currently held by Jody Dahrouge, President and Owner of Daroughe Geological Consulting Ltd., a consultant and contractor to PMET. PMET has recently announced that it had drilled 52.2 metres of 3.34% LI2O, including 15.0 metres of 5.10% LI2O.
Infinity Stone intends to conduct a focused exploration program on the Hellcat claim block, alongside an initial prospecting program on the New Claims, in the early spring and will leverage the results of the Winter Geophysics Program announced on January 19, 2023 in targeting sampling and trenching. The Survey will further enable the mapping and delineation of the pegmatitic units across the claim blocks.
“We are excited to further expand the Hellcat Camaro Project in James Bay near Patriot’s Corvette discovery. As the spring exploration season rapidly approaches, we are renewing our focus on the project and are actively evaluating new claim blocks that are adjacent and near the current project footprint,” said Zayn Kalyan, CEO of Infinity Stone. “The James Bay region, specifically the CV lithium trend discovered by PMET, is quickly becoming the epicentre of lithium exploration in North America and we are excited to have a prospective land package in the region. We are looking forward to being able to get back on the ground with more data following our geophysics program to conduct a renewed and focused exploration program,” furthered Mr. Kalyan.