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Power Metals discovering lithium mineralization in Ontario
Power Metals announces that the geological mapping program at Case Lake, 80 km east of Cochrane, Ontario has discovered lithium mineralization on an entire new dome.
This significant discovery validates Power Metals’ exploration model that lithium pegmatites are hosted by tonalite domes on the Case Lake Property.
Dr. Selway, VP of Exploration, stated "The discovery of substantial lithium mineralization on this new dome (Dome 9) is huge for Power Metals. This occurrence proves our theory that spodumene pegmatites are hosted by these dome-like structures. This was the first dome that our mapping team has explored outside of the Henry Dome where all previous work has been done. We have 7 more domes on our 7,136 ha property at Case Lake which we now believe will yield similar results. Additionally, we are excited and ready to commence our previously announced large-scale 15,000 m drill program early next week."