Mount Thom

About Mount Thom

Supreme Metals Corp. has entered into an agreement to acquire the Mount Thom copper-cobalt-gold deposit and surrounding project area. The Mount Thom property is believed to be an IOCG-type copper-cobalt-gold prospect located in central Nova Scotia, Canada, approximately 22 kilometres east of Truro. The project consists of 39 mineral claims over five contiguous licences and covers approximately 1,560 acres.

Highlights

  • IOCG-style deposit discovered by Imperial Oil in 1970s, only tested for copper.
  • Levels of cobalt into the thousands of parts per million were later recognized in mineralized outcrop and rubble crop from the trenches with historical assays up to 0.57 per cent.
  • Non-National Instrument 43-101-compliant historical resource of 300,000 tonnes of copper grading 1.5 per cent.
  • Over 3,500 metres of existing drill core ready for immediate reassay, not yet tested for cobalt.
  • Limited historic cobalt exploration conducted despite regional showings.
  • Untested regional targets offering significant cobalt exploration potential.
  • Infrastructure rich with both a highway and power line within the project.