AmmPower owns the Whabouchi South lithium exploration property located in the James Bay/Eeyou Istche region of Quebec and holds an option over the Titan Property located in the Klotz Lake area in Northwestern Ontario.
The Whabouchi South Property, located in the James Bay/Eeyou Istche region of Quebec, consists of 24 mineral claims totaling 1,280 hectares located less than 4 km from the boundary of the renowned Whabouchi Lithium Deposit, one of North America’s richest lithium spodumene deposits.
In 2014, a 357 line km heliborne magnetic and spectrometric survey covered approximately 50% of the Whabouchi South Property (Sigeom Assessment Report GM69169).
The Titan Gold Property consists of 37 mining claims totalling approximately 2,312.25 hectares land in Klotz Lake Area, Thunder Bay Mining District of Northwestern Ontario, Canada. Soldera Mining Corp. has the option to own 100 % of the Claims by making cash payments, issuing shares, and carrying out exploration work.
The nearest town to the property is Longlac situated 55 km west of the Property and is part of the Municipality of Greenstone. Geraldton is the largest populated town in the region located 30 km west of Longlac and has an airport, hospital, retail, and banking facilities.
The Property has good road access, located just south of Highway 11. Canadian National Railway (CN Rail) has a northeastern corridor connecting Longlac with Toronto, Thunder Bay and Winnipeg. A high-tension powerline runs along highway 11 just north of the Property. Natural gas is also connected to Longlac. There are several lakes, rivers, and creeks in and around the Property area which can be a source of water for exploration work. The Property size is good enough for future exploration and mining operations.
The town of Thunder Bay, located about 365 kilometres from the Property, is the largest city in Northwestern Ontario, serving as a regional commercial centre. and has most of the required supplies for exploration work. Many junior exploration and mining companies are based in Thunder Bay, and thus the city is a source of skilled mining labour.