( Originally Published Early 1900's )
The principal deposits of mica are situated in the western part of the province of Quebec, and in the eastern part of Ontario. The mica produced is the " amber " variety, used mainly in the construction of electrical apparatus.
Important mica mines are situated in the province of Ontario : in Templeton and Hull townships, both in Wright county ; in Portland and Villeneuve townships, in Labelle county ; all in the province of Quebec ; in Loughborough township, Frontenac county.
Occurrences of mica are also known in the Saguenay district, province of Quebec, and in the Tete Jeune Cache in British Columbia.