The Electric Avenue, an ancient collision zone traced for over 140 km between two continental land masses that collided nearly 3 billion years ago is geologically similar to the world-famous Greenbushes tin belt in Western Australia. They both host high grade and high purity spodumene pegmatites.
The PAK Lithium Project encompasses 26,774 hectares along 65 km of Ontario’s Electric Avenue. Four spodumene-bearing pegmatites have been discovered on what remains largely unexplored.
Currently 150 km of adequate seasonal winter road provide infrastructure and skilled labor access to the PAK site.
The Port of Thunder Bay, located at the head of the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System, makes PAK Lithium Project readily accessible to the world.