Prospective ground within favourable geology and regional structures with two graphite showings.

Location: 25 km southeast of Mont-Laurier. Excellent access.

# of Claims: 33

The 175-line-km heliborne survey flown over the 33-claim Meloche project located 25 km southeast of Mont-Laurier identified 229 TDEM point anomalies with 33 having an intermediate conductive response. Two linear TDEM trends and three spot anomalies show strong correlation with magnetic trends and are considered prospective targets for graphite-sulphide mineralization. Two of these targets correspond with known surface occurrences, including the Lac Meloche occurrence where visible flake graphite has previously returned up to 13.85% graphite and the Lac Pimodan-NE occurrence where visible flake graphite has previously returned up to 10.13% graphite (refer to reference no.2). A sixth target is defined by two TDEM anomalies over a MAG low.

Lomiko - Meloche Property

Lac Meloche

Location: Mineralized zone with outcrop located 600 m NE of Lac Meloche (Rang XII; Lots 27-28

Discovery: Mineralized zone with outcrop discovered in 1990 by geological mapping. History of work: In 1990, Graphicor Resources – Geological cartography.

Holder: Graphicor Resources (1990).

Lithologies: A – Biotite paragneiss; B-Quartzite. Minerals: Graphite, quartz, feldspar.

Morphology: Probably a cluster associated with paragneiss and quartzite.

Genesis: Graphite mineralization formed like several others in this sector, by the deposition of organic matter inside sediments followed by metasomatism or substitution of this matter by carbon, at the height of the Grenvillian orogeny.

Mineralization: Grade: 11.09% Cg, 11.38% Cg, 13.09% Cg, 10.40% Cg and 13.85% Cg (surface samples nos. 51038, 51040, 51045, 51046 and 51048 ; GM-51088). Several samples, from outcrops of biotite paragneiss and impure quartzite, revealed values greater than 10% in graphitic carbon (Cg). Graphite generally occurs in visible flakes between 1 and 3 mm in diameter. The best result, 13.85% Cg, comes from an outcrop of impure quartzite.