Armstrong Lithium Project’s Initial Sampling Program
Completing its first round of exploration, Green Shift Commodities Ltd. (TSXV: GCOM and OTCQB: GRCMF) recently wrapped up its Armstrong Lithium Project sampling program. Located in the Seymour-Crescent-Falcon lithium belt, which is northeast of Armstrong and close to Thunder Bay, the project encompasses 90 claims over approximately 1,800 hectares.
Exciting Exploration Findings
The 2023 sampling program, the product of reconnaissance prospecting and geological mapping, has yielded significant results in lithium and tantalum concentrations. Particularly, Sample 1290089 showed 223 ppm lithium and Sample 1290066 indicated over 100 ppm tantalum, emphasizing the project’s promising potential.
These encouraging findings are now steering the planning of further exploration in 2024. With the region’s prospects highlighted by government investments in EV battery plants, Green Shift looks to capitalize on Ontario’s bourgeoning lithium market.
Quality Assurance and Technical Information
The gathered samples underwent comprehensive analysis at Activation Laboratories. Peter Mullens, Executive Chairman and a Qualified Person under NI 43-101, has approved the technical content of this exploration update.
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