Canada Lithium Projects

Trinex holds a significant exploration footprint in the Northwest Territories and with tenure spanning ~500km2 the Company holds a large exploration footprint in this emerging lithium province. The Company holds 100% interest in Mineral Claims across the Ross Lake, MAC and Halo-Yuri Lithium Projects.

Halo-Yuri Lithium Project

The Halo-Yuri Lithium Project covers approximately 450 km2 and comprises 37 contiguous claims. It is located approximately 250 kms northeast of Yellowknife on the Gahcho Kue annual winter road which provides good access for drilling and is within a few hundred metres of the ‘OIG’ spodumene occurrence. Historically, exploration on the project was focused on diamonds with little or no previous work on pegmatites, albeit there is documented spodumene bearing pegmatites with numerous unexplored targets.

Ross Lake Lithium Project

The Ross Lake Lithium Project is a single claim situated approximately 70 km east-northeast of Yellowknife and 25 km away from the Hidden Lake Lithium Project (Loyal Lithium ASX:LLI). The claim is surrounded by the South Slave/North Slave Land withdrawal with one live claim to the north covering the now closed Peg Tantalum Mine which operated in the 1940s.

Trinex has defined priority drill targets following high grade results from spodumene-bearing rock chips including 3.31% Li2O, 2.27% Li2O and 1.84% Li2O from the “Dyke 75” area at Ross Lake.

MAC Lithium Project

The MAC Lithium Project comprises four contiguous claims that cover approximately 4,300 hectares and is located 80 km north of Yellowknife immediately west of the Winter Road. The project has limited historic mapping for lithium-caesium-tantalum (LCT) pegmatites.

Trinex has completed interpretation of high-resolution satellite imagery for the project and identified multiple targets for further exploration.

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