Vancouver, British Columbia–(April 11, 2022) Slave Lake Zinc Corp. with the expertise of Maskwa Engineering from Hay River NT, have mobilized a helicopter and snowmobile supported crew as related to the recent amendment to the Territorial Lands Withdrawal of the South Slave Region.
Mr. Wigham stated: “The contract with Maskwa fits with our intention to diligently exercise our commitments in the “Collaboration Agreement” the company has with the Northwest Territory Metis Nation and allows us to take advantage of the local expertise available to Slave Lake Zinc from a locally sourced Indigenous owned and operated business.”
Slave Lake Zinc is excited about the opportunities to work with the locally based and available work force in the communities of the South Slave region.
About Slave Lake Zinc
Slave Lake Zinc Corp. intends to develop the potential of its O’Connor Lake property, an historic zinc lead copper property located in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The property is located south of Great Slave Lake and to the east of Osisko Metals’ Pine Point project. The property was initially developed after the Second World War and subsequently abandoned in 1952 when the prices of zinc and lead collapsed post war. Slave Lake Zinc Corp. believes that it is well positioned to advance this project and to expand significantly the historic potential of the property. For more information, please visit www.zinccorp.ca.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors,
Slave Lake Zinc Corp.
Ritch Wigham CEO & Director
Email: [email protected]
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