The Grand Lac du Nord Property consists of one contiguous claim block totaling 2,009ha located 140km northwest of Sept-Iles.

The property contains a graphitic paragneiss formation 8km in length by 1 to 2km wide with the formation composed of quartz, graphite, biotite and sulphides in veinlets or disseminated in the paragneiss while the graphite is in disseminated flakes.

A second formation parallel with the above consists of a sillimanite paragneiss band, also 8km in length with a width of about 1 to 2 km.

This horizon is composed of quartz-feldspars, sillimanite, graphite, biotite, garnet and cordierite.

The company plans to begin an exploration program on the property commencing with a complete compilation of historic geologic work followed by surface work, trenching and diamond drilling and the exploration target is an open-pittable, crystalline flake graphite deposit.