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Benham Project

The Company has acquired a 100% interest in the Benham exploration claims.

The Benham Lithium Project comprises 30 claims totalling approximately 1,245ha, located immediately south of the boundary between the Winnipeg River and Western Wabigoon Sub-provinces of the Archaean Superior Craton, straddling a narrow greenstone belt proximal to the peraluminous, two-mica Ghost Lake Batholith and its smaller satellites. 

The Project is located approximately 70km west of Critical Resources’ (ASX: CRR) Mavis Lake Lithium Project, which comprises over 20 LCT (Lithium-Caesium-Tantalum) pegmatites that are genetically related to the Ghost Lake Batholith. 

Map of the Benham Lithium Project showing the location of the mineralised pegmatite outcrop identified, within approx. 1.3km of Beyond Lithium’s Victory Project spodumene discovery 2.


The Company has executed an option agreement with Wayne Benham to acquire a 100% interest in the Benham Project in northwest Ontario, Canada. The Benham Project comprises 30 claims totalling 1,245 hectares. The Benham claim package can be seen on the map above.

Abundant Spodumene crystals in channel Sample F0373658

Maiden Exploration

Results of the highly successful maiden exploration program were announced in late November of 2023. Highlights from the 5 day fieldwork campaign that covered only 50% of the project area include:

• Spodumene-bearing pegmatite outcrop up to 40m long and 5m wide identified by PLN field teams in the north-west corner of the recently optioned Benham Project. 

• Mineralised pegmatite outcrops indicates primary and accessory minerals associated with highly fractionated LCT (Lithium-Caesium-Tantalum) pegmatites, with visible spodumene concentrations of up to 80%. 

• A total of 61 pegmatite outcrops have been identified, with 81 rock chip and channel samples systematically collected and delivered to AGAT Laboratories in Thunder Bay. Assays awaited. 

• The pegmatite field is located ~1.3km from spodumene-bearing pegmatite discovered at Beyond Lithium’s neighbouring Victory Project 1.