The claims directly adjoin the Corvette property and make up the eastern portion of Osisko's FCI property.
"We are very excited to arrive at this agreement with Osisko for the FCI property," said 92 Resources' president and chief executive Adrian Lamoureux.
Consolidation the trend
"We recognised early on with the discovery of the CV1 and CV2 pegmatites that it would be beneficial to consolidate the entire prospective trend.
"Today, I am very pleased to announce that we now have the ability to explore several kilometres of the prospective CV pegmatite horizon as one project.
"The company is well positioned to build upon the significant discoveries made to date and to advance the Corvette-FCI project with the most upside possible for our shareholders."
The company now controls more than 15km of prospective strike length in the James Bay region of Quebec.
As well as the strong lithium potential, the FCI property also includes the Lac Bruno gold showing, which is defined as a gold- and sulphide-bearing amphibolite boulder with an assay of 38.1 grams per tonne (g/t) of the yellow metal.
92 Resources can earn up to 75% interest in the 28 claims by satisfying various conditions over a three year period.
Shares in 92 Resources raced up over 18% on Tuesday in Toronto to stand at C$0.065.