( Originally Published Early 1900's )
In Labelle and Argenteuil counties in the province of Quebec are situated large areas of graphite bearing limestones and gneisses, of which several deposits are worked. The main areas are in Buckingham township, and the graphite is of the disseminated variety.
In Renfrew county there is a deposit of " vein graphite" which has been worked very extensively.
A great many occurrences of graphite are also reported from Nova Scotia, but none are being worked now in that province.