Canadian miner reports nickel-copper-cobalt exploration results

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New data Canada Silver Cobalt has released the company’s latest exploration results at the Graal nickel-copper-cobalt discovery in the Lac St-Jean region of Canada’s Quebec province.


“We're happy to finally receive all the pending assays from the previous drill campaign. This will allow us to move forward with the Technical Report for this property,”  said Matt Halliday, the president and chief operational officer of the Canadian business, as quoted in a statement.


Halliday added that nearly “every drill hole has intersected disseminated to massive sulphides with nickel-copper-cobalt mineralization. We will continue exploration at Graal and plan to determine the extent of this nickel-copper-cobalt deposit. This property aligns with our vision of being an important supplier of battery metals for the EV market, and we are excited to see it develop.”