Lynx is located 15 km north of Dolbeau-Mistassini and 90 km northwest of Saguenay, Quebec. It comprises of 36 map designated claims covering 2,034 Ha (20.3 sq. km). Subsequent staking surrounding the property added another 45 claims covering 2543 Ha (25 sq. km). It is also located 65km SE of the Carcajou Property.

Carcajou and Lynx Properties


The Lynx Project covers a late alkaline ultramafic igneous intrusive plug covering an estimated area of 6km x 2km based on recent government geological mapping and airborne geophysical data. Sporadic outcropping exposures of the intrusive plug shows a coarse grained diopside-apatite-biotite mineralogy with minor amounts of carbonate, and titanite. Rare earth assay results from both government geologists and the optionor of the project returned consistently significant values including up to 4925 PPM of Total Rare Earth Oxides (TREO) with NdPr/TREO ratios of up to 0.3. In addition, pegmatite dykes near the intrusive have returned up to 3.85% TREO. The project has received no previous work apart from government mapping and sampling.

Lynx Property

Lynx Map

The 2024 exploration budget is under evaluation.