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Who is is a U.S. Based publicly traded exploration and development company with a portfolio of claims containing Lithium, tantalum, rare metals and rare earth elements, which are among the primary input materials of technology in the 21st century.  The Company is currently focused on exploration and development of its Lac Fire and Eldor Project in Quebec, Canada, which is recognized as one of the most favorable mining jurisdictions. in the world.

Mission Statement

The mission is straight forward: Garner superior investment returns by developing the value of our portfolio of claims containing lithium, tantalum, rare metals and rare earth elements to increase value, liquidity and profitability.  The company is actively pursuing opportunities in other precious metals, such as gold, platinum and silver, which expands the Company’s portfolio diversification while at the same time taking advantage of acquiring assets at favorable valuations to take benefit from fluctuating metals and mineral pricing. We will follow our core principles and maintain proper transparency and accountability to our partners and shareholders. The key objective of this guidance is to source, evaluate and assimilate acquisition and consolidation activity in order to rapidly enhance the value of our portfolio and arrive at a valuation that we can all be proud of.

What Are Lithium, Tantalum and Rare Earths?

 The Japanese call them “the seeds of technology.”  The US Department of Energy calls them “technology metals.”  They make possible the high tech world we live in today – everything from the miniaturization of electronics, to the enabling of green energy and medical technologies, to supporting a myriad of essential telecommunications and defense systems.  They are the elements that have become irreplaceable to our world of technology owing to their unique magnetic, phosphorescent, and catalytic properties.

Which Elements Are They?

Lithium is the lightest of all chemical elements. Lithium-ion in a battery has the highest electrochemical potential. Rare earth elements are a set of seventeen chemical elements in the periodic table, specifically the fifteen lanthanides plus scandium and yttrium. Scandium and yttrium are considered rare earth elements since they tend to occur in the same ore deposits as the lanthanides and exhibit similar chemical properties.  While named rare earths, they are in fact not that rare and are relatively abundant in the Earth’s crust.  What is unusual is to find them in quantities significant enough to support economic mineral development.