Trieste Lithium Project

Quebec, Canada

Project Overview

James Bay Lithium District, Canada

The Trieste Lithium Project, covering 251km2, is strategically located along the Trieste Greenstone Belt and connected to multiple spodumene-bearing lithium projects, including Rio Tinto/Midland Exploration, Azimut Exploration/SEQUEM and Winsome Resources’ (ASX:WR1) Adina Lithium Project with a JORC Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate of 78Mt at 1.15% Li2O. In collaboration with its neighbours, Loyal Lithium plans to advance the Trieste Greenstone Belt into a premier lithium hub.

Loyal Lithium Managing Director Adam Ritchie commented “The Trieste Greenstone Belt is taking shape and with the acquisition of the Renard processing facility and infrastructure by Winsome Resources there is now a clear path forward.”

“Our collaboration MOU with Winsome Resources demonstrates our combined commitment to establishing the region as a premier lithium hub.”

Project Insights

All Eyes on The Trieste Lithium Project

To date, six spodumene bearing pegmatite dykes have been discovered, three drill tested, within a 20km2 Metasediment Fault Flow Zone confirming a major lithium Spodumene discovery at Trieste.

With further work planned in the 2024 Canadian Summer, additional discoveries are likely within two highly perspective areas – the underexplored Trieste Greenstone Discovery Trend and the Metasediment Fault Flow Zone, which is located south of the Trieste Greenstone Belt.

Drilling Success

Additional Discoveries Likely

Drilling to date has demonstrated world-class mineralisation from surface, reflecting the impressive spodumene mega crystals observed at surface.

An innovative geophysical survey is planned for June 2024 to generate a detailed 3D model that will reveal Trieste’s potential scale and generate surface and subsurface drilling targets, in addition to the three known spodumene dykes (2,3 & 6) yet to be drill tested.