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  • Fabled Copper (FABL) has announced first results of 2021 surface field work on its Muskwa Copper Project
  • Of the 16 surface samples collected, 5 reported greater than 10 per cent copper and 2 reported greater than 20 per cent copper
  • Peter J Hawley, President and CEO sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the results
  • Fabled Copper is a junior mining exploration company
  • Fabled Copper (CSE:FABL) opened trading at C$0.055 per share

Fabled Copper (FABL) has announced the first results of 2021 surface field work on its Muskwa Copper Project in Northwestern British Columbia.

Peter J Hawley, President and CEO sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the results.

“We start the new year with the reporting of our findings on the Lady Luck occurrence located at the southern end of the Neil Property. The high grade copper occurrence is certainly well named with a total of 16 surface samples collected over a vertical distance of 444 meters starting at an altitude of 1,320 meters.”

Of the 16 surface samples collected, 5 reported greater than 10 per cent copper and 2 reported greater than 20 per cent copper (1 per cent copper = 22.20 pounds).

Fabled Copper is a junior mining exploration company focused on the exploration and development of its existing copper properties in northern British Columbia. 

Fabled Copper (CSE:FABL) opened trading at C$0.055 per share.

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