Frontier Lithium Adjacent Ground

The PAK South and PAK Southeast properties cover 1258 hectares and 158 hectares, respectively, and cover several pegmatite units identified in regional mapping by the Ontario Geological Survey (OGS)(1). 

The Properties are adjacent to Frontier Lithium’s (TSX.V:FL) PAK Lithium Project, which includes two lithium deposits, the Spark Deposit and PAK Deposit, as well as two other prospects(3). 

On February 16, 2022, Frontier Lithium announced that it encountered “405 metres of 1.5% Li2O” at its Spark Deposit(4) . Frontier Lithium’s PAK Deposit hosts a mineral resource in measured and indicated categories of 6.68Mt @ 2.02% Li2O and inferred of 2.67Mt @ 2.29% Li2O, while the Spark Deposit hosts an indicated resource of 14.4Mt @ 1.40% Li2O and an inferred resource of 18.1Mt @ 1.37% Li2O(2)(3) . 

The Company is unable to verify the information respecting results at these properties. Furthermore, the information presented herein is not necessarily indicative of the mineralization on the Properties. 


• PAK South and PAK Southeast are both located directly adjacent to Frontier Lithium’s PAK Project and share a boundary with the Frontier Lithium PAK project for approximately 14 kilometres. 

• Both properties cover several pegmatite units as mapped by the Ontario Geological Survey (OGS). 

• Properties are located in the heart of Ontario’s “Electric Avenue”, in the vicinity of Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. (TSX:AVL) (OTCQB:AVLNF) ("Avalon"), recently announced lithium battery metals refinery. 

 Figure 1 ABOVE: Map of Infinity Stone Claims Exploration Plan Infinity Stone will focus on locating the mapped pegmatitic units as identified by the OGS and intends to dispatch a geological team to the newly acquired ground to initiate a field reconnaissance program as soon as weather conditions permit. 

The Company will release an exploration plan prior to commencement of work. 

About LCT Pegmatites LCT (lithium-cesium-tantalum) pegmatites are enriched in the incompatible elements lithium, cesium, tin, rubidium, and tantalum, and are distinguished from other rare-element pegmatites by this diagnostic suite of elements. 

They are a petrogenetically defined subset of granitic pegmatites that consist mostly of quartz, potassium feldspar, albite, and muscovite. The major lithium ore minerals are spodumene, petalite, and lepidolite. LCT pegmatites typically occur in groups, which consist of tens to hundreds of individuals and cover areas up to a few tens of square kilometres.(2) 

These deposits are an important link in the world’s supply chain of rare and strategic elements, amounting to about one quarter of world lithium production, with the largest deposits by tonnage including Greenbushes, Wodgina, and Pilgangoora (Australia), and Manolo-Kitotolo (DRC).(2)

 About Lithium Lithium is primarily used in the production of lithium-ion batteries and is a critical element in the production of electric vehicles (EV). Panasonic, TESLA (NASDAQ: TSLA), CATL, LG Chem made several announcements recently on battery manufacturing facilities to be located in North America and Europe for the projected increase in EV manufacturing and TESLA recently announced a lithium offtake agreement with Core Lithium of Australia(5) .

 Qualified Person The technical information in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Case Lewis, P.Geo., a “Qualified Person” as defined under NI 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

References 1. Ontario Geological Survey Precambrian Geology of Whiteloon Lake, Map P.3224. 

2. NI 43-101 Technical Report for the PAK Lithium Project in Northwest Ontario, prepared for Frontier Lithium Inc, April 9, 2021. 

3. Frontier Lithium Inc. (TSX.V:FL) News Release dated March 1, 2022, “Frontier Lithium successfully converts Inferred Resource to 14 million tonnes of Indicated Resource on the Spark Deposit”. 

4. Frontier Lithium Inc. (TSX.V:FL) News Release dated Feb 16, 2022, “Frontier Drills 405 Metres of 1.5% Li2O from Phase X Drilling at Spark”. 

5. Core Lithium Ltd. (ASX:CXO) News Release dated March 1, 2022, “Core Lithium and Tesla enter into binding Term Sheet for the supply of lithium”.