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Supreme Metals Corp. (the “Company” or “Supreme”) (CSE:ABJ) (A68.F) is pleased to announce today the assay results of its diamond drill program on the northern extent of its Alberta II Property in Galicia Spain which began on January 15, 2019. Work to date has defined a lithium bearing pegmatite swarm can be followed along strike for more than 1,300 metres within a corridor of 800m wide.
SUDBURY, Ontario, March 12, 2019 -- Supreme Metals Corp. (the “Company” or “Supreme”) (CSE: ABJ) (FSE: A68) today announced the preliminary results of geophysical modeling on.
Magnetic survey work, conducted by Supreme in 2018, identified iron ore prospects at Bloom East, which could be of strategic importance to Champion and its subsidiary Quebec Iron Ore Inc. (“QIO”), as it could potentially be considered as a source of iron ore feed for the Bloom Lake Mine (“Bloom Lake”) concentration plant owned and operated by QIO. The southern part of Bloom East is geologically continuous with the Bloom Lake orebody and is located east of the Quebec-Labrador Boundary, less than 3 km from the Bloom Lake mill. Furthermore, Champion will evaluate the northern section of Bloom East, which hosts iron ore according to the Newfoundland and Labrador Geoscience Atlas.
Supreme Metals Corp. (the “Company” or “Supreme”) (CSE:ABJ) (A68.F) today announced the closing of its acquisition of Iberian Lithium Corp. (“Iberian”) as previously announced on October 23, 2018, and commencement of a diamond drill program on Iberian’s Alberta II Property in Galicia, Spain. The Alberta II Property is a lithium (with associated tin and tantalum) advanced stage exploration project located in Northwest Iberia, in the Spanish Province of Galicia and has an exploration area of 10 square kilometers (15 Mining Squares of the Spanish Mining Grid). Extensive regional exploration work has included detailed mapping, soil geochemistry using multiple techniques, remote sensing using high-resolution satellite imagery and low altitude flights using UAVs – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, equipped with high-resolution multispectral cameras, and one 3,075 metre diamond drill program consisting of 10 diamond drill holes.