Secure large parcel of open ground within favourable graphite bearing paragneiss and regional structures with two graphite showings.

Location: 55 km north of Mont-Laurier. Main logging road 7km east with a network of trails and roads through the proposed project

# of claims: 63 room to expand

Lomiko - Lac Dieppe Project

Lac Dieppe

Year discovered: 2000

Discovery: The mineralized zone was discovered in 2000 during geological mapping work. History of work: In 2000, Ministry of Natural Resources of Quebec – Geological cartography.

Lithology: The host rock is a graphite-bearing paragneiss that forms a single bed 10 cm thick in the middle of a sequence of centimetric to decimetric beds of biotite, gray or rusty quartzofeldspathic paragneiss and rusty diopside calcsilicate gneiss . This sequence is in contact with a decametric bed of quartzite (RG 2001-16).

Content: 11.6% Cg. The mineralization consists of graphite flakes 2 mm in diameter.

Lac Dieppe 1

Year discovered: 2000

Discovery: Mineralized zone discovered in 2000 during geological mapping work. History of work: In 2000, MRNQ – Geological cartography.

Lithology: The host rock is a calcosilicate gneiss composed of diopside, biotite, pyrite and graphite. It alternates with diopside marbles, diopside quartzites and diopsides (RG 2001-16).

Mineralization: Grade: 11.4% Cg. The mineralization consists of graphitic carbon.