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AGORACOM Welcomes St Georges (SX: CSE) Developing New Technologies to Solve the Biggest Environmental Issues Facing Mining Industy $

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 5:54 PM on Thursday, July 20th, 2017

“St-Georges’ metallurgical and technological approach to mining exploration enables the inexpensive acquisition of mineral projects that have been overseen, rejected or deemed non-exploitable in the past. It also enables access to environmentally stringent jurisdictions. ”

  • Developing new technologies to solve the biggest environmental problems in the mining industry.

  • If these new technologies are successful, they should improve the financial bottom line of current mining producers.

  • Potential success of these technologies would also involve upgrading certain current known metal resources to economic status while addressing environmental and social acceptability issues.


  • The Julie Nickel Discovery Project on Quebec’s North Shore.

  • Le Royal Lithium Project, adjacent to Quebec Lithium Mine (Abitibi, Quebec)

  • A direct or indirect control of all mineral exploration licences in Iceland through its subsidiary Iceland Resources.

Julie Nickel Discovery

  • 11.64 meters channel intersection grading 1.82% Nickel, 0.29% Copper and 0.04% Cobalt

  • 3,735 line-km of airborne magnetic geophysical survey with 100m spacing completed in 2011

  • Standing Exploration Agreement with the Innu First Nation

Julie is located 142 km northwest of the deep sea port town of Baie-Comeau on the Quebec North Shore and is accessible by paved and logging roads. The Julie project is one of the main active exploration projects for St-Georges and covers over 4000 hectares
The main discovery contains semi-massive & massive sulphides associated with magmatic intrusive rocks of gabbroic composition. The Sulphides consists of pyrite, pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, and pentlandite. The mineralization is hosted in the gabbro-norite.

Le Royal Lithium Project


  • Sample collected yields 2.508% LiO2

  • Regional geological environment is favourable to potential large discovery

  • Lithium found in the samples is contained mostly in Lepidolite with the presence of spodumene

  • Active exploration campaign: Geophysics Fall 2016 First Phase of Drilling Spring 2017

Le Royal is an active exploration project covering 286 hectares within a known lithium district. Albeit situated only 4 km from the Quebec Lithium Mine it constitute a new discovery. Le Royal is easily accessible and lies close to infrastructure and facilities.



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