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Go Cobalt Mining acquires nickel-prospective property in Quebec

Go Cobalt Mining Corp. said Feb. 28 that it acquired a 2,000-hectare property covering 40 claims prospective for nickel, copper and platinum group metals in Quebec. No further details were provided.

Trenching conducted on the property identified massive pyrrhotite veins on two showings, with grades ranging up to 0.72% nickel, 2% copper, 0.14% cobalt, 361 parts per billion gold and 147 ppb platinum.

Go Cobalt said the acquisition expands its battery metals portfolio, which includes the Monster copper-cobalt in the Yukon territory and the Barachois vanadium-lead-zinc project in Quebec.