InvestorTalk Alert: Ian Fraser from Fathom Nickel Inc. to host on Thursday, July 11, 2024

InvestorNews is pleased to announce an upcoming InvestorTalk scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, July 11th, at 9 AM EST, featuring Ian Fraser, CEO, VP Exploration, and Director of Fathom Nickel Inc. (CSE: FNI | OTCQB: FNICF). To participate in this engaging discussion, please click here

Currently, Fathom Nickel holds 140,335,977 shares outstanding and has a market capitalization of CAD$6,315,119.

In preparation for tomorrow’s InvestorTalk, here are the three most recent news releases from Fathom Nickel for your review, which are listed below:

  • June 26, 2024 — Fathom Announces Staking of New Ground Southwest of the Albert Lake Property — click here
  • June 20, 2024 — Fathom Announces Receipt of New Exploration Permit and Commencement of Field Activities at the Gochager Lake Project — click here
  • May 28, 2024 — Fathom Continues to Intersect High-Grade Mineralization and Expand the Historic Gochager Lake Deposit in All Directions — click here

5-Data Points from the most recent news release on June 26, 2024, titled, Fathom Announces Staking of New Ground Southwest of the Albert Lake Property:

  1. Property Acquisition: Fathom Nickel Inc. has staked three mineral dispositions (MC00019009, MC00019008, MC00019007) totaling 10,133 hectares to cover the Friesen Lake Ni-Cu-Pt showing, adjacent to the Toppings Lake Cu-Ni showing.
  2. Geological Potential: The Friesen Lake and Toppings Lake showings are hosted within ultramafic-mafic intrusive rock, with potential for significant magmatic nickel sulphide mineralization. Historic trench samples from Friesen Lake returned up to 0.42% Ni, 0.29% Cu, 2.07 g/t Pt, and 1.13 g/t Pd.
  3. Historical Context: The Friesen Lake and Toppings Lake showings are located approximately 40km and 55km southwest of the historic Rottenstone mine, known for producing some of the highest magmatic nickel sulphide grades in Canadian mining history.
  4. Exploration Data: Historic drilling at the Friesen Lake showing yielded significant drillhole widths of ultramafic rock, with localized zones of mineralization yielding up to 565 ppm Ni, 540 ppm Cu, and 0.2 g/t Pd-Pt. A 1998 heli-borne biogeochemical survey also returned anomalous values for Ni, Cu, and Pd.
  5. Strategic Importance: The addition of the Friesen Lake property enhances Fathom Nickel’s portfolio, providing exploration optionality and securing a significant land package in a region experiencing increased attention due to recent drill results by Ramp Metals Inc.

(07.10.2024 at 9:30 AM EST, Source)

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