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  • Champion Electric Metals (CSE:LTHM) is now trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange effective Monday, May 29, 2023
  • Champion Electric recently changed its name from Idaho Champion Gold Mines Canada Inc. and the team explained it was a result of its transition into the electric metals space
  • This comes following the acquisition of over 500 km2 of highly prospective lithium properties in Québec, complimenting its existing cobalt property package in Idaho
  • Champion Electric Metals (LTHM) opened trading at $0.15 per share

Champion Electric Metals (CSE:LTHM) is now trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange effective Monday, May 29, 2023.

Champion Electric recently changed its name from Idaho Champion Gold Mines Canada Inc. and the team explained it was a result of its transition into the electric metals space.

This comes following the acquisition of over 500 km2 of highly prospective lithium properties in Québec, complimenting its existing cobalt property package in Idaho.

Champion Electric Metals is a discovery-focused exploration company. It focuses on advancing its highly prospective lithium projects in Québec, Canada and cobalt projects in Idaho, United States.

The company also recently announced that it is arranging a private placement of up to 20 million flow through shares at a price of $0.20 per share. The gross proceeds from the issuance of the shares will be used by the company for Canadian exploration expenses that will qualify as flow-through critical mineral mining expenditures. Click here for more on that news.

Champion Electric Metals (LTHM) opened trading at $0.15 per share.

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