Mr. Richard Penn reports
Q BATTERY METALS CORPORATION GAMART STRATEGIC METALS PROPERTY ACQUISITION COTE-NORD REGION, QUEBEC
Q Battery Metals Corp. has staked the Gamart strategic metals property located in the Caniapiscau region of Northern Quebec. Uranium mineralization was discovered in 2006 following prospecting work by other explorers utilizing a scintillometer. Quebec's Systeme d'information geominiere (SIGEOM) summarizes the Lac Gamart mineralization as uranium within megaporphyry alkaline granite rocks. The SIGEOM summary includes sample GV-14 that returned 2,160 parts per million U and sample GV-15 that returned 930 ppm U. Sample GV -07, located approximately 2.25 kilometres to the northeast, returned 2,260 ppm U (report GM63283, 2007). The reader is warned that Q Battery has not verified historic results, and there is no guarantee that the historic values will be obtained in future work programs.
The Gamart project is an early-stage exploration target with very interesting potential for uranium mineralization. The property is located approximately 130 km west of Labrador City (Newfoundland and Labrador) which is 600 km north of Baie-Comeau, Que., on Highway 389. The property is located in a region of growing interest for mineral exploration with substantial areas of staked claims.
The results from historic exploration by other companies provide a basis for Q Battery Metals to plan future work programs on the Gamart property. The Q Battery Metals geologic team is in the process of compiling all of the information available for the project and will provide a more detailed summary in the near future.
Q Battery Metals exploration programs undertaken in Quebec are supervised by Dr. Mathieu Piche, OGQ, with office located north of Val d'Or. He is also a Q Battery Metals company director. The company has 100-per-cent interest in mineral claims within Quebec with exploration targeting critical and precious metals. Perry Grunenberg, PGeo, a qualified person as that term is defined under National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information in this news release.
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