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The Larder Lake-Cadillac Break is a gold metallotect, which extends for more than 250 km from Matachewan in Ontario to Val-d’Or in Quebec. For much of its length it juxtaposes older komatiitic rocks against younger sedimentary units. Among the adjacent sedimentary rocks are distinctive intervals of polymict conglomerate and crossbedded sandstone, which make up part of the Timiskaming Group that unconformably overlies previously folded volcanic strata. Rocks in the vicinity of the break are commonly strongly carbonatized, with the type and abundance of carbonate minerals being controlled largely by protolith composition. Shoshonitic to alkalic igneous rocks occur along the...

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