About Infinity Stone Ventures
Infinity Stone Ventures (CSE:GEMS), is a Canadian single source supplier for the critical energy metals being used in the clean energy revolution. ISV has 100% interest in lithium, copper, and graphite properties in mining friendly Ontario and Quebec.
Taiga and Camaro Lithium Projects – 21 highly prospective, pegmatite dikes located adjacent to Patriot Battery Metals (PMET:TSXV) Corvette Lithium Discovery in James Bay, QC.
Rockstone Graphite Project with existing core samples of graphite reaching 25% Cg – located 50km west of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Zen-Whoberi Project located 30km north of Mont-Laurier, Quebec, has discovered significant (>1%) mineralization in copper, gold, platinum, and palladium samples from historic drillings.
The Galaxy Pegmatite Project – 30 identified, highly prospective, pegmatite dikes with historical lithium bearing surface samples, located very close to infrastructure.
Extensive drilling and exploration programs are in place for the Fall of 2022 on these four core projects.
Key Investment Highlights
- 30 identified, highly prospective, pegmatite dikes with historical lithium bearing samples
- 21 highly prospective, pegmatite dikes located adjacent to Patriot Battery Metals (PMET:TSXV) Corvette Lithium Discovery in James Bay, QC
- Zen-Whoberi Copper Project well positioned with existing drill results showing significant mineralization of copper, gold, platinum, and palladium + 1%.
- Government tax incentives and grants, including Canada 30% Critical Mineral Flow-Through Tax Credit.
- 43-101 and metallurgical work to refine to battery grade is underway on the previous drilling from the Rockstone Graphite Project.
- Current and projected deficits in the production of both graphite and lithium have resulted in a bull market for battery metal.
- Management team has deep exploration experience and been successful in raising hundreds of millions for projects over the past 20 years.
To learn more about Infinity Stone Ventures, go to https://infinitystoneventures.com/
To learn more about the James Bay area and to view the digital map, go to https://digigeodata.com/area/james-bay/