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  • C3 Metals (CCCM) has purchased back the remaining 0.5 per cent net smelter returns (NSR) royalty on two properties located in Jamaica
  • C3 paid US$25,000 to Rodinia Resources Pty Ltd for the NSR
  • C3 Metals is a junior mining company engaged in the identification, acquisition, evaluation, and exploration of mineral properties in Jamaica and Canada
  • Shares in C3 Metals Inc. (CCCM) are steady, trading at $0.09 per share

C3 Metals (CCCM) has purchased back the remaining 0.5 per cent net smelter returns (NSR) royalty on two properties located in Jamaica.

Consideration for the NSR purchase is US$25,000 payable to Rodinia Resources Pty Ltd.

Kevin Tomlinson, C3 Metals’ CEO commented on the news.

“As we move forward with our near-term drill program in Jamaica, we are pleased to have removed the remaining royalties from our Main Ridge and Hungry Gully copper-gold properties.”

C3 Metals is a junior mining company engaged in the identification, acquisition, evaluation, and exploration of mineral properties in Jamaica and Canada.

Shares in C3 Metals Inc. (CCCM) are steady, trading at $0.09 per share as of 12 pm EST.

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