Drill core samples are examined at the Adina lithium project. Courtesy of Winsome Resources

Winsome Resources announced that it will update its mineral resource estimate at its Adina lithium project in the Eeyou Istchee James Bay region of Quebec in the first half of 2024. It stated in a March press release that the core from its five drill rigs have delivered “strong assay results” and it is simultaneously conducting development and environmental studies for the project. In its maiden inferred mineral resource estimate released last year, it declared 59 million tonnes at 1.12 per cent lithium at Adina, and that the estimate places it in one of the top five largest lithium resources in North America. Initial project studies are anticipated to be published in the latter half of this year.