Go Metals increases regional land position to 396 Square KM

Go Metals Corp. has announced increased land holdings in south-eastern Quebec following the maiden drilling program at the HSP nickel and copper sulfide project (the “HSP”).

Go Metals has acquired two new properties surrounding the HSP through staking. The 71 square kilometre Ninety-Eight Property (“98”), and the 171 square kilometre Clyde Property (“Clyde”), brings the Company total land position in the region to 396 square kilometres. Both new projects follow regional scale contacts along anorthosite intrusive complexes. The unique regional geology shows potential for nickel-copper sulphides. The Company acquired the original HSP property through staking in 2019 recognizing untapped potential and is now using an augmented geological model to secure a regional scale land position.

The 98 Property is located along the southern extension of the same anorthosite complex underlying the Company’s HSP property. The road accessible project covers 26 kilometres of strike along a regional scale contact with a geophysical signature showing a similar sharp magnetic boundary seen at the Chamber showings on the HSP property.

The Clyde Property is located 30 kilometres west of the HSP project in an underexplored portion of the Fournier anorthosite complex. The Clyde project has a high voltage Hydro line and trail intersecting the claim near the northernmost point. The Fournier system is host to numerous nickel-copper sulfide showings to the southwest and is closely related to the HSP complex. Historical samples (in the Quebec government database) from the claim are anomalous in nickel and support project potential.

The Company is currently processing the maiden drill core from HSP and is awaiting laboratory assay results which will be released as they are made available.

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