INTERNATIONAL COBALT RECEIVES DRILL PERMIT FOR BLACKBIRD CREEK
July 15, 2019, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: International Cobalt Corp. (CSE:CO) (the “Company” or “International Cobalt”) is pleased to announce that it has received conditional approval for its plan of operations (“POO”) from the United States Department of Agriculture – Forest Service, for a proposed drill program at the Company’s wholly owned Blackbird Creek Property, located near Salmon, Idaho (the “Property”).
The POO authorizes up to 22 drill holes at 11 drill pads and a total of 26,000 ft or 8000m and is valid for one year from implementation.
Tim Johnson, CEO of International Cobalt states, “The receipt of this drill permit for the Property is an important milestone for the Company. With the permit in hand, we are able to better define our exploration plans for the coming 12 months and we look forward to making more announcements.”
National Instrument 43-101 disclosure
Neil McCallum, P.Geol., of Dahrouge, a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, supervised the preparation of the technical information in this news release.
About International Cobalt Corp.
International Cobalt is a Canadian-based mineral exploration and development Company focusing on the burgeoning battery metals sector. The company seeks to add shareholder value by sourcing and developing projects in safe, progressive jurisdictions adhering to strict environmental and social standards.
On behalf of:
INTERNATIONAL COBALT CORP.
Timothy Johnson, President
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