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Summer 2017

Multiple high-grade lithium pegmatites intersected at Ontario’s Mavis Lake Project
International Lithium (TSX-V: ILC) and strategic partner Pioneer Resources Limited have announced the analytical results from the recently completed winter drill program at the Mavis Lake Lithium Project in Ontario, Canada.

Key Intersections from the Pegmatite 6 Target Area*:
• 1.47% lithium oxide (Li2O) over 17.90 metres* from 80.00 metres in drill hole MF17-39;

• 1.70% Li2O over 26.30 metres from 111.9m in drill hole MF17-49, including a zone grading 2.97% Li2O over 7.70m; and

• 1.45% Li2O over 16.55 metres from 74.55 metres and 1.40% Li2O over 23.10 metres from 122.00 metres in drill hole MF17-50.

* All widths reported are drill core widths and have not been converted into true width. True width of the drill hole intercepts, which may be shorter than those reported, are currently unknown.

Drilling at the Mavis Lake Lithium Project (“Mavis”) commenced on Feb. 4, 2017 under the direction of Pioneer and was completed on March 2, 2017. In total, 12 oriented diamond core drill holes were completed for a total of 1,305 metres across three target areas: PEG006, PEG006.5 and PEG018.

Full information regarding, the analytical results from the recently completed winter drill program at the Mavis Lake Lithium Project can be found in the latest International Lithium’s News Release at: http://internationallithium.com/international-lithium-announces-multiple-high-grade-lithium-pegmatites-intersected-mavis-lake-project-ontario-canada.

 

Summer 2017 News:
• First Nations sign Shared Territory Protocol Agreement
• Forestry, Paper, and Packaging M&A activity off to a strong start in ‘17
• Forestry sector sees opportunities in budget
• Deloitte and NORCAT partner to explore future of mining technology
• Vale shutters Sudbury mine
• Callinex completes drilling at Pine Bay 
• EACOM announces full acquisition of Anthony-EACOM

• Noront and First Nation sign advanced agreement
• Cementation Canada Big Winner at #DisruptMining
• Forest sector partners with Canada’s municipalities
• Vale closing Birchtree Mine
• Increase lumber imports from overseas in 2017
• Forestry industry applauds Ottawa’s response to softwood duties
• TMAC Resources announces commercial production at Doris Mine and Mill
• Multiple high-grade lithium pegmatites intersected at Ontario’s Mavis Lake Project

 

 
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