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  • Clarity Metals Corp. (CMET) reported preliminary results from a remote sensing survey over the Lithium381 property
  • Located in Quebec next to Allkem Ltd.’s (TSX:AKE) James Bay lithium property, the property has not been explored and has 21 mineral claims comprising 11 sq. km
  • The company has filed a drill permit application for the property
  • Clarity Metals Corp. (CMET) was up 5 per cent, trading at $0.315 per share as of 4:20 pm ET

Clarity Metals Corp. (CMET) reported preliminary results from a remote sensing survey over the Lithium381 property.

Located in Quebec next to Allkem Ltd.’s (TSX:AKE) James Bay lithium property, the property has not been explored and has 21 mineral claims comprising 11 sq. km.

The preliminary results of the remote sensing work have identified a target coincident with the resistivity anomaly identified from the preliminary induced polarization survey. The remote sensing exercise was carried out over the Lithium381 property area and was interpreted for pegmatites. The company has filed a drill permit application for the property.

The remote sensing survey included the collection and interpretation of synthetic aperture radar data as well as multispectral Sentinel and Aster data to analyze vegetation, structure, alteration, and ground movement. The team found a series of structures across an area that corresponds with ferric oxide anomalies that trend from the Allkem deposit to the Lithium381 Property.

Clarity’s CEO, James Rogers, noted that these results continue to strengthen the target identified on the company’s flagship lithium project.

“A remote sensing anomaly coincident with a resistivity high as at the adjacent Allkem James Bay Lithium Project supports our continued exploration efforts on this project.”

Clarity Metals Corp. (CMET) is a Canadian mineral exploration project generator company focused on the acquisition, exploration, and development of precious and base metals projects.

Clarity Metals Corp. (CMET) was up 5 per cent, trading at $0.315 per share as of 4:20 pm ET


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