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Q Precious and Battery Metals Mobilizes Drill to La Corne South Project, Val d’Or Quebec

Q Precious and Battery Metals Corp. (CSE:QMET)(OTC PINK:BTKRF)(FRA:ONB) has mobilized a diamond drill to the La Corne South project, north of Val d’Or, Quebec. Drilling is scheduled to commence in the following days.

The first drill hole will test a TDEM conductive target and magnetic high coincident with sulphide mineralization intercepted in historic drilling. Core samples returned significant copper, silver, with some zinc and gold values (Falconbridge report GM 62134, also see QMET news releases dated April 16 and June 20, 2024).

Q Precious and Battery Metals Drilling Operations

The geologic team, including Explo-Logik Inc. from Val d’Or, will monitor and sample mineralized intercepts. They will also interpret data for future drill targets. Core logging and sampling will occur at the Explo-Logik facility in Val d’Or. Recent discoveries include exposures of pillow basalt lavas with veining and disseminated sulphides, indicative of Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) style mineralization.

Exploration Programs and Future Prospects

Q Battery Metals Corp. exploration programs in Quebec are supervised by Dr. Mathieu Piché, OGQ, who is also a company director. The company holds a 100% interest in various mineral claims within Quebec, targeting critical and precious metals. Key projects include the La Corne South VMS + Pegmatite Lithium Project, McKenzie East Gold property, and the recently acquired Pontax Lithium and Versant rare earth elements (REE) properties.

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