Nemaska Drills Additional High-Grade Intersections at Whabouchi

For our readers who, like me, grew up with Bono and his band U2, you may recall one of their hit songs, Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For.  And if you’re an exploration mining company, that would be the worst/last choice for a theme song.  Fortunately for Nemaska Exploration (OTC Other: NMKEF; TSX-V: NMX), which continues to find excellent width and high-grade intersections at its Whabouchi lithium project, that song is entirely not applicable. 

To this end, the Company has drilled 8,909 metres across 43 holes which continue to illustrate the high-grade nature of the main mineralized zone and confirm the presence of smaller dykes to the South of the Main zone. Highlights include: 53.5 m at 1.81% Li2O, 39.6 m at 1.56% Li2O, 13.5 m at 1.81% Li2O and 17.0 m at 1.71% Li2O. The results of the initial 22 holes have been released on March 24, April 11 and 20, 2011.

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