Infinity Stone Completes Airborne Geophysics at Zen-Whoberi Project, Quebec

Infinity Stone Ventures Corp. announces that it has completed its airborne UAV magnetic survey on its Zen-Whoberi Project located north of Mont Laurier, Quebec previously announced on December 2, 2022. The survey covered over 570 line-km with detailed line spacing of 100 metres as well as 25-metre spacing over the geochemical soil sampling grid completed by the Company during Summer 2022 (announced on August 12, 2022).

Initial interpretations of geophysical data over the previously completed geochemical soil sampling grid suggest multiple zones of interest and drill targets for the Company’s forthcoming winter diamond drill program (“Winter Drill Program”). With the Winter Drill Program, Infinity Stone intends to conduct targeted drilling of the Centauri Zone, with the ultimate goal of gaining a greater understanding of the underlying structure and mineralization. Initial data and interpretation from the survey has also reinforced the Company’s recent acquisition of adjacent claims, expanding the total project size. Initial indications have shown increased conductivity on the expanded ground, worthy of further exploration.

The Company’s technical team is currently completing interpretation and mapping of geophysical data with intent to publish results as soon as possible, along with intended drill targets.

The completion of our airborne UAV magnetic survey on the Zen-Whoberi Project presents a significant advancement in the development of a strategic copper asset in Quebec. As the world enters a recessionary climate, driven by inflation and rising interest rates, we expect to see significant appreciation in the price of copper in 2023. The demand for copper and other strategic minerals tends to increase during economic downturns, as they play a crucial role in infrastructure and development,” said Zayn Kalyan, CEO of Infinity Stone.

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