Secure large parcel of open ground within favourable paragneiss and regional fold structures

Location: 50 km ENE of Mont-Laurier. Excellent access. The land package is secured around four major showings

  • Ruisseau Lanthier (Zone A)
  • Lac Michaudville (Zone B)
  • Ruisseau Jaune (Zone C)
  • Lacs Verts

Lomiko - Ruisseau Project

Ruisseau Lanthier (Zone A)

Work history: In 1989, Graphicor Resources – Staking, geophysical survey. In 1989-1990, Graphicor Resources – Drilling. In 2013, Caribou King – Prospecting, drilling. In 2013, Vision Exploration – Geophysical survey.

Holder: Unimera Holding Public (2018)

Lithology: Graphite mineralization is associated primarily with marble. Mineralization is also found in paragneiss and quartzite (L’Ascension Supracrustal Suite)(GM 69035).

Morphology: This graphite mineralized zone corresponds to a strip of marble nearly 2 m wide, oriented NW70/60. Graphite mineralization occurs as flakes evenly distributed within the marble. Graphite mineralization is also found in nodules of 2 to 10 mm in marble (GM 69035).

Genesis: Successive metamorphism of sedimentary strata containing organic matter.

Mineralization: Grade: 10.14% Cg (graphitic carbon) over 6.0 m (hole T89-13); 12.46% Cg over 3.0m (90-20 sounding); 15.88% Cg over 2.14 m (hole T89-04); 19.49% Cg and 19.19 Cg (surface sample T-004 and T-005-A) (GM-51068). This graphite mineralized zone corresponds to a band of carbonate metasedimentary rocks (marble) locally containing up to 20% disseminated crystalline graphite. Graphite mineralization occurs as flakes of 0.5 to 2 mm. Graphite occurs in the foliation planes of the rock. There are sulphides, including pyrite and pyrrhotite, associated with graphite (GM 69035).

Lac Michaudville (Zone B)

History of work: In 1991, Graphicor Resources – Geological cartography.

Holder: Unimera Holding Public (2018)

Lithology: Graphite is found within schistose gneissic bands.
: This mineralized zone of graphite is found inside bands of gneiss whose thicknesses are metric. The strength of the graphitic horizons is tightly controlled by the structure, ie a system of isoclinal folds P1 at N 232/24 degrees taken up by P2 at N 270/30 degrees.

Typology: Genesis: Successive metamorphism of sedimentary strata containing organic matter.

Mineralization: Grade: 15.53% Cg, 12.60% Cg, 11.40% Cg and 8.70% Cg (surface sample T-017, T-018, T-015 and T-021; GM -51068). Graphite is generally found in flakes from 0.5 mm to 5 mm in diameter. Flakes one centimeter in diameter

Ruisseau Jaune (Zone C)

Discovery: Mineralized zone discovered in 1989.

Work history: In 1989, —— Geological survey.

Holder: Unimera Holding Public (2018)

Lithology: The host rock is a schistose paragneiss.

Morphology: This graphitic band was observed over a hundred meters in length. These bands are part of a P1 isoclinal system oriented 77° NW. Measured dips range from sub-horizontal to 63 degrees.

Typology: Genesis: successive metamorphism of sedimentary strata containing organic matter during Grenvillian orogenies.

Mineralization: Grade: 12.17% Cg (graphitic carbon) (example T-023) and 11.86 Cg (T-024): surface samples. Drilling samples assayed 9.86% Cg over 46.75 m (drilling 90-44); 10.48% Cg over 5.20 m (drilling 90-43); 12.17% Cg and 11.86% Cg; GM-51068. The graphite is disseminated and is generally found in flakes of 0.5 mm to 5 mm in diameter. Flakes one centimeter in diameter were noted. Visually, the percentage of graphite varies from 12 to 20%.

Lacs Verts

Mineralized zone located 500 m south of the Petits Lacs Verts (Range VII; Lots 53-54).

Year discovered: 1989

Discovery: Mineralized zone with outcrop discovered in 1989 by geological mapping. Work history: In 1990, Res. Graphicor – Geological survey, sampling, drilling and analysis.

Holder: Unimera Holding Public (2018)
How – lithology: Lithologies: A – Marble; B – Biotite-sillimanite pargneiss.

Minerals: Graphite, biotite, sillimanite, calcite, quartz

Morphology: The shape of the mineralized zone is tabular and conforms to the orientation of the different stratigraphic units, trending East to ESE with slight dips towards the SSW.

Typology: Genesis: Successive metamorphism of sedimentary strata containing organic matter during Grenvillian orogenies.

Mineralization: Grades: Four grab samples from two mineralized discoveries, respectively assayed 20.73% graphitic carbon Cg (example no.42409), 21.25% Cg (example no.42411), 23.0% Cg (sample no.42424) and 15.09% Cg (sample no.42425). A hole (V90-06), drilled 700 m to the WNW, intersected 9.25% Cg over 3.35 m in graphitic rock, sometimes carbonated (marble). High graphite grades (15-20%) are contained in a crystalline marble unit. Grades below 10% Cg were also obtained in other metasedimentary units. Schistous gneiss with biotite and sillimanite revealed grades of the order of 4 to 5% Cg. The graphite is disseminated and comes in the form of flakes whose size varies between 0.5 and 1.5 mm.