MGX Minerals (CSE: XMG) (FKT: 1MG) (OTCQB: MGXMF) this morning announced it has successfully completed the fall 2017 drill program at the company’s Case Lake Lithium joint venture with Power Metals Corp. (TSX.V: PWM) in Ontario. The 50 diamond drill holes span an area of 5400 meters with the majority of drill core currently being assayed. Among other highlights, the company discovered two new spodumene pegmatite dykes between the Main Dyke and the South Dyke which indicates that there is more spodumene mineralization to be found near the Main Dyke. The company intends to begin a 2000m diamond drill program to assess new discoveries in January 2018.
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MGX Minerals is a diversified Canadian resource and technology company with interests in lithium, magnesium and silicon assets throughout North America. MGX currently owns 34% of PurLucid and has the exclusive right to acquire a 100% interest as well as owning the global rights to recently developed lithium and mineral extraction technologies co-operatively developed by PurLucid and MGX. Learn more at www.MGXMinerals.com.
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