About Kenorland Minerals Ltd.
Kenorland Minerals Ltd. (TSX.V KLD) is a well-financed mineral exploration company focussed on project generation and early-stage exploration in North America.
Kenorland’s exploration strategy is to advance greenfields projects using systematic, property-wide, phased exploration surveys financed primarily through exploration partnerships including option to joint venture agreements. Kenorland holds a 4% net smelter return royalty on the Frotet Project in Quebec, owned by Sumitomo Metal Mining Canada Ltd. The Frotet Project hosts the Regnault gold system, a greenfields discovery made by Kenorland and Sumitomo Metal Mining Canada Ltd. in 2020. Kenorland is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
South Uchi Project
The South Uchi Project spans approximately 90 km of strike length along the southern margin of the Uchi geologic subprovince in the Red Lake District of Northwestern Ontario, representing a large area with favorable lithological and structural settings for the discovery of multiple deposit styles. The project also meets many criteria for potential lithium pegmatite deposits, including the presence of the large Alison Lake batholith (a fertile peraluminous granite), partly covered by the project. Numerous rare earth element (REE) and pegmatite occurrences are present within the project area, with lithium pegmatite occurrences such as the McCombe and Root Lake deposits (Green Technology Metals) located immediately to the east of the project. The South Uchi Project is 100% owned by Kenorland.
The Project was acquired through staking in 2021, and a LIDAR survey was flown by Kenorland in 2023 to aid in surficial geological interpretation and planning for systematic geochemical surveys. The project was optioned to Barrick, and between 2021 and 2022, Barrick completed a first-pass regional till geochemical program consisting of approximately 1,904 conventional shovel till samples and 461 field portable drill holes to sample till below glaciolacustrine sediments. Barrick’s exploration campaigns confirmed that, in addition to gold prospectivity, the project shows anomalous surficial geochemistry indicating the potential for magmatic nickel sulfide style mineralisation and Li-Cs-Ta pegmatite mineralisation.
In the summer of 2023, Kenorland completed a number of large-scale geochemical and prospecting surveys targeting gold, nickel-copper, and lithium mineral systems across the 83,385 hectare project area. A total of 2,786 fine fraction B horizon till samples, 740 heavy mineral concentrate samples, and 486 rock samples have been collected. The South Uchi Project is 100% owned by Kenorland.
Separation Rapids Project
The Separation Rapids Lithium Project covers approximately 80 kilometers of the contact between the English River and Winnipeg River geologic subprovinces. This boundary is spatially associated with the Tanco Li-Cs-Ta pegmatite deposit in Manitoba, as well as the Big Whopper Li pegmatite in the Separation Rapids area. The presence of these two significant Li pegmatite deposits suggests that the entire English River – Winnipeg River subprovince contact is prospective for additional Li pegmatite mineralisation.
Following the collection of 1,183 regional till samples over the 46,466 hectare property in 2022, Kenorland completed a detailed follow-up till geochemical survey in the summer of 2023. The detailed surveys, which included 2,440 fine-fraction till samples and 119 heavy mineral concentrate till samples, prospecting, and mapping, covered three priority target areas identified by anomalous and coincident lithium and cesium in glacial till. The Separation Rapids Project is currently held under an option agreement with Double O Seven Mining Ltd., a private B.C. corporation.
The Flora Project covers a significant strike length of metavolcanic and metasedimentary rocks along the regional-scale Wabigoon Fault. It has the potential for hosting several deposit types, with the Kenbridge magmatic Ni-Cu, the Cameron orogenic Au deposit, and the peraluminous Ghost Lake batholith located in the vicinity of the project. Limited systematic work has been carried out within the project area, and the Flora project represents an opportunity for discovery in a favorable jurisdiction with excellent infrastructure. Evolved muscovite-bearing granites are mapped in the northeast region of the property, approximately 30 km from the peraluminous Ghost Lake batholith, which is spatially associated with several Li-Cs-Ta pegmatite occurrences.
Since staking the project in April 2023, Kenorland has completed the compilation and digitization of historical exploration data within the 46,777 hectare project area. A LIDAR survey was flown by Kenorland in the summer of 2023 to aid in surficial geological interpretation and planning for systematic geochemical surveys.
Western Wabigoon Project
The Western Wabigoon Project is a district-scale greenfields exploration project located in northwestern Ontario. The property is situated at the western end of the Wabigoon Subprovince of the Archean Superior Province. The geology of the property is dominated by an extensive greenstone belt of mafic and lesser felsic to intermediate metavolcanic and metasedimentary rocks that have been metamorphosed to greenschist to amphibolite grades. Within the northern portion of the project is an intersection of the major Pipestone-Cameron deformation zone, Pipestone-Manitou Straits deformation zone, and the Helena-Pipestone deformation zone. The southern handle of the greenstone belt has seen very little exploration maturity. Anomalous Li, Cs and Rb in lake sediment geochemistry is spatially coincident with pegmatite dykes noted in regional mapping.
Since staking the project in April 2023, Kenorland has completed the compilation and digitization of historical exploration data within the 58,866 hectare project area. A LIDAR survey was flown by Kenorland in the summer of 2023 to aid in surficial geological interpretation and planning for systematic geochemical surveys.
The Algoman Project in northwestern Ontario represents a significant strike length of prospective geology close to infrastructure and in a favorable mining jurisdiction. The project area occurs along the structural boundary between the Wabigoon and Quetico Subprovinces of the Achean Superior Province, a structural setting favorable for the development of both orogenic Au and Li-Cs-Ta pegmatite deposits. The Quetico Subprovince is dominated by sedimentary-migmatite gneissic rocks and felsic plutonic rocks, with major deformation zones parallel to the subprovince boundary. The property is close to several nearby occurrences of actively explored pegmatites associated with evolved granites, including the Wisa Lake Project (Green Technology Metals).
Since staking the project in April 2023, Kenorland has completed the compilation and digitization of historical exploration data within the 78,571 hectare project area. A LIDAR survey was flown by Kenorland in the summer of 2023 to aid in surficial geological interpretation and planning for systematic geochemical surveys.
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