Bruce Lake

The Bruce Lake project is located near the Uchi-English River Subprovince boundary, an emerging LCT pegmatite district, and has never seen systematic lithium exploration. 

The project is proximal to fertile, peraluminous granite of the Wenesaga Batholith.1 A conceptual pegmatite target is located along the contact of the Wenesaga Batholith and surrounding metasediments. 

The Bruce Lake project is adjacent to the Ear Falls royalty property. Recent drill results from Beyond Lithium’s Ear Falls project intersected 0.46% Li2O and 250ppm Cs over 36.25m, including 2.30% Li2O and 178ppm Cs over 3.84m.2,*

An elevated gold in soil anomaly was found to be associated with the contact of the Bruce Lake pluton and metasediments.3

1 Breaks, F.W.,Selway, J.B. and Tindle, A.G. 2003. Fertile peraluminous granites and related rare-element mineralization in pegmatites, Superior Province, northwest and  northeast Ontario: Operation Treasure Hunt; Ontario Geological Survey, Open File Report 6099, 179p.
*Drill intercepts were cited from Beyond Lithium’s press release dated Jan 10, 2024. EMX has not performed sufficient work to verify the published drill assay information, and these data cannot be verified as being compliant with NI43-101 standards, but EMX believes this information is considered reliable and relevant.
*Nearby mines and deposits provide context for the project, but do not necessarily indicate similar size, styles or grade of mineralization within the project.
*True thickness of reported intercepts will range somewhere between 70% to 100% of the drilled true width.


Geology and targets at the Bruce Lake project Click to Enlarge