Foremost Lithium receives assays for new pegmatite discovery Dyke 16 and for Dyke 8 on its 100% owned Zoro Lithium Project in Snow Lake

Foremost Lithium Resource & Technology Ltd. has announced it has received assay results from core samples collected from its previously announced ten-hole 1,509 metre drill program on its 100 percent owned Zoro Lithium Project located near the historic mining district of Snow Lake, Manitoba. Highlight assay results include 1.33% Li2O on the newly discovered Dyke 16.

The program tested geological and Mobile Metal Ion (‘MMI’) soil geochemical targets and assessed previously discovered Dyke 8 at its deeper levels. Multi-element analyses for lithium and related elements and gold assays were undertaken by Activation Laboratories (‘Actlabs’; Ancaster, Ontario).

John Gravelle, President and CEO of Foremost Lithium, comments: “The ongoing discovery of the 16th spodumene – bearing pegmatite dyke on our Zoro property has been confirmed by our latest drill program. With the results of a recently completed UAV-assisted magnetic survey and our historic and current exploration database we look forward to defining additional follow-up opportunities for lithium pegmatite diamond drilling exploration on our Zoro property.”

Foremost Lithium is a resource exploration company committed to having a critical role in the production of high-quality battery-grade lithium hydroxide to fuel the electric vehicle and battery storage market. Given the importance and global focus on increasing decarbonization, the company is hyper-focused on continued exploration and growth on its six lithium projects: Jean Lake, Grass River Claims, Zoro, Jol and the Peg North Claims, in Snow Lake Manitoba, and its Hidden Lake Lithium Project in the Northwest Territories. Foremost Lithium also has the Winston Gold/Silver Property in New Mexico US

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