Slave Lake Zinc Begins Exploration Program At O’Connor Lake Project

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Slave Lake Zinc (CSE: SLZ) has begun its summer exploration program at its flagship critical metals property in the Northwest Territories.

Exploration is set to begin with reconnaissance prospecting and sampling across a 15 square kilometre area west of the headframe found on site. Initial exploration is set to focus on lithium, with several pegmatite showings previously mapped in the area. Initial targeting will focus on a pegmatite dyke swarm.

The focus of the program follows the compilation of historic assessment reports, government publications and drill logs for the region that identified numerous pegmatite occurrences in the O’Connor Lake region. The O’Connor Lake property sits on the projected southward extension of the Yellowknife Lithium corridor, which has been explored on the northern shore of Great Slave Lake.

“These significant developments add a further dimension to the Company’s existing critical metals pursuit in the South Slave region on the projected southern extension of the Yellowknife Lithium corridor. We are excited about the potential to add lithium to our critical metals portfolio,” commented CEO Ritch Wigham.

READ: Slave Lake Zinc: The Lithium Potential For The O’Connor Lake Project

Slave Lake Zinc last traded at $0.045 on the CSE.


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