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Medaro Mining unveils promising lithium intersections in Quebec

Mar 28, 2024

"We are delighted with the outcomes from our drilling program at the CYR South property," said CEO Michael Mulberry. "The anomalous intersections of lithium present exciting opportunities for further exploration and we are excited to expand on these results with plans for additional exploration in 2024."

Medaro Mining Corp. announced the results of its diamond drilling program at the CYR South lithium property in James Bay, Quebec, revealing significant lithium intersections. The program, conducted in partnership with Forage Pelletier Drilling, consisted of eleven NQ size drill holes totaling 1,745 meters. Utilizing advanced technology, including handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy and laboratory analysis at Activation Laboratories, several highly prospective pegmatite intersections were identified. The exploration, informed by groundwork in 2022, targeted areas with potential for lithium, resulting in varied lithium values across the drilled holes. Highlights include a 46-meter-wide zone with an average of 150 ppm Li, including sections with higher concentrations. Despite the varied results, the findings indicate promising opportunities for further exploration, with plans for additional work in 2024 already underway.

Medaro Mining Corp., based in Vancouver, BC, focuses on the exploration of alkali metals. The company owns the Superb Lake lithium property in Thunder Bay, and holds options over several lithium properties in Quebec and the Yurchison uranium property in Saskatchewan. Medaro is also developing a new process for extracting lithium from spodumene concentrate.

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