In the historically significant region of Cobalt Camp, Canada, between fall 2016 and spring 2017, the company acquired the 1,170 ha (2,890 acre) Smith Cobalt Project, and in September 2017, the 7,567 ha (18,700 acres) Canadian Cobalt Project. Our 2018 acquisitions include the Ontario Cobalt block 14 mineral claims (184 units) covering 2,944 ha (7,275 acres), the Little Trout and Blueberry Lake Projects adds 1,576 ha.

AUDIO: Chris Healey discusses focus on Cobalt (July 2018)

 

Silver Eagle Project

The Silver Eagle Mining Lease is located in the heart of the prolific Silver Centre area, immediately south of First Cobalt’s Keeley-Frontier mine.

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Blueberry Cobalt Project

The Blueberry Lake property consists of 46 claim units comprising approximately 800 hectares of highly prospective geology for cobalt, copper, and silver mineralization. The claims are contiguous with Cobalt Power’s TriEast project.

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Little Trout Cobalt Project

The Little Trout property consists of 46 claim units comprising approximately 776 hectares of highly prospective geology for cobalt and copper mineralization. The claims are contiguous with Cobalt Power’s Canadian Cobalt project.

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Smith Cobalt Project

The Smith Cobalt Project is comprised of 20 patented claims and 10 staked mineral claims covering 2,890 acres (1,169.7 ha).

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Canadian Cobalt Project

The Canadian Cobalt Project consists of 43 unpatented mining claims and 1 mining lease on patented land covering approximately 7,567 ha (18,700 acres) located in the Silver Center of the Cobalt Camp, Ontario.

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Ontario Cobalt Project

The Ontario Cobalt Project consists of 14 mineral claims (184 units) 
covering 2,944 ha (7,275 acres) located in the Cobalt Camp, Ontario.

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Saskatchewan Western Cobalt Project

The Western Cobalt Project is located in Saskatchewan within and proximal to the Athabasca Basin.

Highly prospective 
large land package
 (8,146 hectares) consisting
 of two properties.

Contiguous with claims held
by UEX Corp, ALX Uranium Corp, Denison Mines Corp,
 IsoEnergy Ltd

Proximal to UEX Corp’s West Bear Co-Ni projects which recently (April 9, 2018) released very high grade drill results including 2.0% Co
& 1.26% Ni over 10.5m
and 0.73% Co & 0.36% Ni over 20.5m.

Aggressive exploration program planned, including airborne and
ground-based geophysics, prospecting, soil sampling, and diamond drilling.


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Swedish Project

Our properties in Sweden are situated in a geological setting very similar to our Cobalt Camp properties in Ontario, Canada

Summary

  • Three large exploration licences in southern Sweden (totaling 7,268.19 ha), valid for three years

    • Vena # 3: 1759.75 ha, valid to December 20, 2020, close to the large currently producing Zinkgruvan mine

    • Gladhammar #1 & #11: 77.7 ha and 1921.88 ha respectively, valid to December 21, 2020

    • Koppartorp #1: 3508.86 ha: valid to April 23, 2021

  • All are immediately adjacent to, and along strike from, historic cobalt producers

  • Extensive suite of government geological, geophysical and geochemical data available