- Slave Lake Zinc (CSE:SLZ) has announced it has begun its summer lithium exploration program
- The program will first focus on conducting reconnaissance prospecting and sampling within a 15 square kilometre area west of the original headframe
- Fieldwork will target a pegmatite dyke swarm within the region
- The Slave Lake Zinc stock price is unchanged at C$0.045
Investors of the Slave Lake Zinc stock (CSE:SLZ) will be glad to know the company has officially begun its summer lithium exploration program.
In a news release, the company said the program will first focus on conducting reconnaissance prospecting and sampling within a 15 square kilometre area west of the original headframe.
Additionally, fieldwork will target a pegmatite dyke swarm within the region where northwest trending pegmatites are found to intrude all other rock units.
“These significant developments add a further dimension to the company’s existing critical metals pursuit in the South Slave region on the projected southern extension of the Yellowknife Lithium corridor,” Ritch Wigham, CEO of Slave Lake Zinc, said in a statement. “We are excited about the potential to add lithium to our critical metals portfolio.”
Ahead of the program, Slave Lake Zinc has compiled studied historic assessment reports, drill logs, government publications and university theses.
The announcement comes a week after Slave Lake Zinc initially announced its plans to explore for lithium potential in the Northwest Territories.
The Slave Lake Zinc‘s stock price is unchanged at C$0.045.
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