Brookemont has a 100% interest in 71 claims (8250 acres) prospective for rare earth elements in Quebec. This prospect lies in direct vicinity of the Eldor Rare Earth Prospect held by Commerce Resources. According to the Commerce website, 'Geologically, the Eldor Project represents one of the largest carbonatite complexes known worldwide. Carbonatite related deposits are a major host for rare metals, such as niobium and tantalum, and rare earth elements. The world's largest niobium mine, Araxa in Brazil, and several of the world's largest rare earth element deposits, including Lynas Corporation's Mt. Weld deposit in Australia, and Molycorp's Mountain Pass deposit in the United States, are all hosted by carbonatite. Geologically similar exploration projects include Hudson Resources Inc.'s Sarfartoq Carbonatite Project in Greenland and Rare Element Resources Ltd.'s Bear Lodge Carbonatite Project in Wyoming.' Commerce recently announced 1.72% TREO over 215.30 metres in First Hole at the Eldor. (August 20, 2010).