SLAM recently staked seven mineral claims for lithium and related minerals southeastern New Brunswick. The claims are underlain by salt bearing formations including two salt deposits known from previous oil well drilling. The salt deposits are up 6 kilometres in diameter and 500 metres thick. Chemical and geological characteristics of these salt formations suggest they are of non-marine origin and that they may contain lithium-bearing minerals and brines. In a previous regional soil geochemical survey, a sample from beneath the property contained 81 ppm lithium, more than twice the background of other samples in the survey.