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This following information is intended to provide a high-level overview of lithium exploration and operation in Saskatchewan and includes links to relevant research on the resource potential in the province.

The Guidebook details many of the requirements that project proponents should be familiar with before engaging in lithium exploration and operation activities. For more detailed requirements, interested parties should contact the Ministry of Energy and Resources for further information and guidance.

Lithium Guidebook

The Lithium Guidebook is intended to provide a high-level overview of the requirements to conduct lithium exploration and operations in the province.

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