About Ardiden

Corporate Overview

Ardiden Limited (ASX: ADV) is an emerging exploration company possessing an asset portfolio of projects located in the established mining jurisdiction of Ontario, Canada.

The Seymour Lake Lithium Project, 100% owned by Ardiden, contains the North Aubry Lithium Deposit, the South/central Aubry Lithium Deposit, the Pye Lithium Prospect and several areas in which pegmatites have been discovered but require additional testing. Ardiden’s recent work has focussed upon evaluating the potential of the spodumene mineralisation at the North Aubry Lithium Deposit, both in terms of the scale and grade of the mineralisation and also the processing characteristics of the mineralisation. Preliminary metallurgical testing has confirmed the potential to produce a high-quality spodumene concentrate from the North Aubry mineralisation and exploration has confirmed that the grade of mineralisation is significant.  The Seymour Lake Lithium Project is adjacent to the trans-Canadian railway with direct access to Ferland Train Station.

The Root Lake Lithium Project, 100% owned by Ardiden, is about 25km south southwest of the settlement of Slate Falls. It contains spodumene-bearing pegmatites that have been determined to be at least 500m long. Historical work has confirmed significant grades, e.g. up to 5.10% Li2O.  The Root Bay Lithium Project (also 100% owned by Ardiden) is strategically located approximately 5km to the east of the Root Lake Lithium Project and consists of three claim areas and was staked by Ardiden as part of its regional exploration focus in and around the Root Bay spodumene-bearing pegmatite. The presence of spodumene-bearing pegmatites in the project has been confirmed.

The Wisa Lake Lithium Project (100% owned by Ardiden) is located 80km east of Fort Frances, in Ontario, Canada and only 8km north of the Minnesota/USA border. An all-weather road connects the project to Highway 11 (the Trans-Canada Highway), which is located 65km north of the project. Several spodumene-bearing pegmatites are known to outcrop within the project, with some historical drilling having been completed.

The Pickle Lake Gold Properties (under option to acquire 100%) are located within the prolific gold-producing Meen-Dempster Greenstone Belt of the Uchi Geological Sub-province of the Superior Craton, near the town-ship of Pickle Lake. The Properties consists of four separate gold projects offering both advanced development opportunities, e.g.  the Kasagiminnis Gold Deposit and the Dorothy, Dobie and Tonsil prospects, as well as early stage exploration, e.g. the West Pickle and South Limb projects.