Le lithium d'ici, charging the future
By creating quality jobs throughout Quebec By adhering to the strictest environmental standards By playing a part in the energy transition By helping the province shine By enhancing a collective wealth



The North American Lithium Complex, located in La Corne in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region, is the leading producer of lithium spodumene in North America. The project has been expanding rapidly since operations started.

Here and now, charging the future

Sayona works in Quebec to explore, extract, and produce lithium, a clean energy that helps reduce our environmental footprint.

Lithium isn’t only used to produce the batteries for our mobile devices; it also powers the electric cars that are part of the solution to climate change.

Sayona is contributing to the Quebec government’s Plan for a Green Economy, which calls for 55% of city buses and 65% of school buses to be electrified by 2030.

Our projects

Sayona has five sites throughout the Abitibi-Témiscamingue and Eeyou Istchee James Bay regions.
Authier Project
Tansim Property
North American Lithium Complex
Abitibi-Temiscamingue Hub
Lac-Albert Property
Moblan Project
Eeyou Istchee James Bay Hub

Sayona is committed to making its projects a point of pride for communities, for Abitibi-Témiscamingue, and for Quebec, so that together we can be part of the energy transition.

Our sustainability promise
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Our relationships with communities
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Our Authier Lithium Monitoring Committee
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Our North American Lithium Monitoring Committee
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We need your energy!

Working at Sayona means taking part in Quebec’s energy transition by producing lithium, which not only gives life to cell phones and laptops, but also powers the electric cars that are becoming ever more present on our roads.

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September 11, 2023

Our 2022 ESG report and our sustainable commitments to the community

ESG (environmental, social, and governance) factors are crucial to sustainable and transparent management, as they provide important guidance for strategic decision-making and risk management. One of the aims of publishing the 2022 ESG report is to demonstrate Sayona’s commitment to building relationships of trust with the community and to pursuing its environmental, social, and governance […]+

May 5, 2023

Here and now, charging the future

The North American Lithium (NAL) Complex, located in La Corne in Abitibi-Témiscamingue, is restarting successfully. With a mine and processing plant, the site became the leading producer of lithium spodumene in North America in the first quarter of 2023, contributing to Quebec’s battery ecosystem. The NAL Complex team is engaged and motivated to continue writing […]+

March 6, 2023

Sayona at PDAC 2023: the power to connect

Sayona will once again be taking part in the annual PDAC (Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada) convention, which will be held in Toronto in one week. The PDAC convention is one of the most important events in the mining industry, bringing together professionals from exploration, mining, finance, and more. It’s an opportunity for industry […]+

January 23, 2023

What you might not know about the mining industry in Quebec!

The mining industry is booming in Quebec, thanks in no small part to the development of its lithium sector. However, this sector remains relatively unknown to the public, despite the important strategic role it plays for the province. Mines and their operation represent a considerable source of wealth for the province and provide us with […]+

January 9, 2023

Lithium in everyday life

Lithium has become a ubiquitous mineral in our lives, both at home and at work. In fact, you may not know it, but the device on which you are reading this article contains lithium. As an essential component in the batteries of electrical objects, it’s found in many of the electrical items we use daily. […]+

November 28, 2022

What is Le lithium d’ici, exactly?

Extracting and processing lithium directly in Abitibi-Témiscamingue has three long-term strategic advantages that will benefit not only the region, but the province of Quebec as a whole. We are part of a great movement to develop the electrification of transportation, which will help to progressively reduce our environmental footprint; encourage local, regional, and provincial economic […]+