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Significant Cu-Au-Zn Soil Anomaly Discovered at Sting Copper Project

Vital Battery Metals Inc. (CSE: VBAM) reports substantial soil sampling results from the Sting project in northwestern Newfoundland, indicating compelling gold, copper, and zinc values.

Sting Project Soil Sampling Highlights

With the soil anomaly displaying 1.96 ppm gold, 0.27% copper, and 0.42% zinc, the Sting Project surveys have outlined impressive multi-element concentrations over a 2 km trend. The geology study has linked high soil values to bedrock, suggesting a directly underlying source.

Adrian Lamoureux, CEO, remarked on the exciting implications for the Project’s potential and the noted correlation with the historical York Harbour Copper Mine trend.

Geological Study Findings

Dr. Derek Turner’s detailed study has underscored the colluvial material’s strong correlation with the soil anomaly, hinting at a proximate bedrock source with minimal dispersion. West of the anomaly, till coverage may hide further signs of mineralization.


A comprehensive collection of 404 soil samples underwent meticulous preparation and analysis, providing a wide data range for vital battery metals. These detailed investigations form the basis for future exploration strategies.

About Vital Battery Metals Inc.

Vital Battery Metals Inc. is forward-focused, exploring and developing essential projects rich in battery, base, and precious metals across stable regions. Its portfolio includes ventures like the Schofield Lithium and Sting Copper Project, both showing promise for battery metal resources.

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