The objective is to fast-track the exploration process to get to the drilling, bulk sampling and metallurgical testing stage.

The 2,920-acre Cameron graphite property is located five kilometres southwest of the town of Ste-Therese-de-la-Gatineau in western Quebec, off of Highway 105, nearly 125km north of Ottawa.

The prospect has revealed the existence of graphite in large, irregular shaped masses of coarsely crystalline white limestone.

In earlier metallurgical tests, a concentrate averaging 95.06% carbon was obtained and a final rod mill test run gave a concentrate of 97.4% carbon with a 90.15% recovery.