A Developing Battery Metals & Minerals Company

Spark Energy Minerals (formerly St. Anthony Gold Corp.) is a Canadian company pursuing battery metals and mineral assets with newly acquired interests in Brazil and Canada. It also holds interests in prospective gold assets in Canada as a result of previous acquisitions in the precious metals space.

Management has acquired initial assets that span some of the world’s most prolific mining areas located in leading mining districts in Brazil’s growing lithium provinces and in the Newfoundland Canada region gaining recognition as a world hot spot for lithium. All of the prospects consist of mineral projects that hold significant mineral assets that can be rapidly brought into a compliance resource stage.


Lithium and REES in Brazil

  • Brazil is a Tier 1 Mining Jurisdiction that accounts for over 30% of the World’s demand for Iron Ore.
  • It is the largest exporter of Lithium, Tin, and Manganese, and has rich reserves of Gold, Nickel, Bauxite, and Niobium.
  • Brazil is also the biggest miner of REE outside of China
  • It is known for its pro-mining climate supported by its President encouraging foreign projects. Accords permit three years for Exploration Leases and up to three years extension, which can be converted to Mining Licences.
  • There is no governmental ownership of mining projects.
  • The country has a solid record of honoring mining agreements
  • Brazil is the 9th largest economy in the World with a nominal GDP of $1.85 Trillion driven mostly by the mining sector

Lithium and Energy Metals in Canada

  • Newfoundland and Labrador is resource rich and investment ready. The Province has a proven record of world‑class deposits with diverse mineral potential.
  • The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador is committed to working with industry partners to ensure long‑term success and development.
  • The government continues to support responsible mineral exploration, discovery and development in the best interest of the province and are viewed as one of the most mining friendly jurisdictions in Canada.
  • The Newfoundland Lithium Belt exhibits all the characteristics of a major lithium rich corridor as observed in Ireland and the Carolinas.
  • These geochemical pathfinders, on a regional scale, reveal a distinct corridor that transects Newfoundland and corresponds to the tectonic suture zone hosting the world-class Carolina Tin-Spodumene Belt and the lithium pegmatite occurrences in Ireland