Canadian miner advances copper, cobalt, silver project

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New results Grizzly Discoveries has announced that phase 1 sam-pling results targeting existing anomaly areas and new high-priority conductivity anomalies in the search for cobalt, copper and silver min-eralization that been received at the company’s Robocop property in Canada’s Southeastern British Columbia.


“The rock grab samples delivered results with up to 3.35% copper … and 196 ppm Co,” the miner said in a statement. “The company has isolated multiple high-priority geophysical targets that are supported by anomalous copper-cobalt geochemistry along a 7 km trend.”


Brian Testo, the chief executive of Grizzly Discoveries, commented that it was “great to find a high grade sample of battery metals asso-ciated with a new anomaly at the Robocop. The Property has signifi-cant potential for new copper-cobalt discoveries. The team is looking forward to drilling this new discovery and other promising anomalies, this year."