Canada hosts numerous hard rock lithium deposits in Ontario and Quebec provinces within a geologically ancient region known as the Superior Province. Spodumene pegmatites of the Superior Province generally occur along boundaries of geological sub provinces. Fertile granites near sub-provincial boundaries are the sources of the lithium and rare element pegmatites.

Canada is a ‘mining friendly’ jurisdiction with an expedient bureaucracy, experienced contractors and a long history of mining and mineral processing.

Major hard-rock lithium deposits of the Superior Province include:

  • Whabouchi
  • James Bay
  • Lacorne
  • Tanco
  • Separation Rapids