Mr. Mark Ferguson reports
ARBOR METALS PROVIDES UPDATE ON PROGESS AT JARNET LITHIUM PROJECT, JAMES BAY, QUEBEC, CANADA
Arbor Metals Corp. is continuing with its review of the results and data received from the inaugural exploration program at its wholly owned Jarnet lithium project in the James Bay region of Quebec; and, based on a preliminary review of data and recent discoveries in the immediate vicinity, the company has engaged Grander Exploration to outline its future exploration program.
The company anticipates receiving the finals results from the summer exploration program from ALS laboratories in the near future, which it will incorporate in the planning of the future program. The company will issue a further news release once the results are finalized.
Note: Company management cautions the discoveries on properties in proximity to the company's properties are not necessarily indicative of the presence of similar mineralization on the company's
Arbor Metal is a mining exploration company specializing in the development of high-value, geographic significant mineral projects around the world. As an industry leader, the company is paving the way for advanced mineral exploration as it oversees world-class mining projects. Arbor Metal believes quality projects, combined with proven strategies and a professional team, will deliver superior results. The company holds three exceptional mineral projects.
The Jarnet lithium project, located in the James Bay region of Quebec, comprises 47 map-designated claims, covering an area of approximately 2,584 hectares. The Jarnet project is contiguous to the
Corvette-FCI property, where diamond drilling has confirmed significant lithium mineralization; hole CF21-001 returned a 146.8-metre interval of near-continuous pegmatite, assaying 0.93 per cent Li2O (lithium oxide) and 114 parts per million Ta2O5 (tantalum pentoxide), including 1.09 per cent Li2O and 108 ppm Ta2O5
over 73.0 metres and 1.04 per cent Li2O and 145 ppm Ta2O5
over 54.6 metres. This interval returned numerous samples over 2.0 per cent Li2O, including a peak assay of 4.16 per cent Li2O and 233 parts per million Ta2O5
over 1.01 metres (Nov. 29, 2021).
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