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    Tartisan Nickel Corp.: Leading Canadian mineral exploration and development

    Tartisan Nickel Corp. is pioneering Canadian mineral exploration and development with its flagship project in the Kenora District.

    Tartisan Nickel Corp. (CSE:TN, OTCQX:TTSRF, FSE:8TA) is a Canadian mineral exploration and development company, focusing on three critical minerals: nickel, copper and cobalt. While the company’s primary assets are situated in Ontario, it also owns advanced exploration projects in Central Peru.

    As the world looks to add towards electric vehicles (EVs) to mitigate pollution and curb global warming, the demand for battery metals increases. Nickel is one of these battery metals in demand and there are few new high quality development projects ready to meet this demand. Silver, zinc, copper and even lead will also play a core role in the transformation of the EV sector. As a leading Canadian mineral exploration and development company, Tartisan is well positioned to supply these critical materials to the battery market through its promising projects and investments.

    The Kenbridge Nickel Deposit

    The company’s flagship asset is the Kenbridge Nickel Deposit which is located in the Kenora District Ontario, Canada. Kenbridge hosts a measured and indicated mineral resource estimation of 7.5 million tonnes of 0.58% nickel, 0.32% copper for a total of 95 million pounds of contained nickel. An additional 0.985 Mt at 1% Ni and 0.62% Cu (22 million pounds contained Ni) of inferred resource along with a contained resource estimate of 53 million pounds of copper. (SEDAR: June 1, 2021).

    The Kenbridge Project has a 622 metre deep, three compartment shaft with two underground level working stations that has never been mined. Mineralisation is open at depth, down plunge and along strike. An all-season road is being put in and is scheduled to be finished into the deposit by September 2022. Environmental Baseline Studies have commenced to facilitate the permitting process.

    Tartisan believes that Kenbridge has near term production potential and could contribute three critical metals to the supply chain this decade. In combination with higher grade nickel and copper, low CAPEX should facilitate feasibility and a production decision in 2022/23. Tartisan’s preliminary economic assessment (PEA) is being updated, due to be released in July 2022. This will provide a comprehensive mining plan and the economics associated with mining the Kenbridge Nickel Deposit. The company’s ongoing work should put Kenbridge into a production scenario by 2025.

    The company’s summer 2022 work programme that includes drilling and geophysics has designed to increase its resource potential. Tartisan believes the project has blue sky potential with exciting geophysical anomalies on the property.

    Assets in development

    Additionally, Tartisan holds a 100% interest in the Sill Lake Lead-Silver Project, Sault Ste Marie, Ontario and the Don Pancho Manganese-Zinc-Lead-Silver Project in central Peru. Portfolio holdings also include two NSR’s and equity stakes in Eloro Resources Ltd (TSXV:ELO), Class 1 Nickel & Technologies (CSE:NICO), Peruvian Metals Corp. (TSXV:PER), Silver Bullet Mines Inc. (TSXV:SBMI) & New Break Resources Limited, (Private).

    Environmental responsibility

    Tartisan is dedicated to operating in an environmentally responsible manner. The company is planning to assess the sustainability of its projects and work towards alleviating the environmental impacts of exploration, mining, and processing operation. Tartisan is committed to acting in accordance with applicable environmental laws and regulations and facilitating a company culture that centres sustainability in its activities.

    AREAS OF EXPERTISE

    • Mineral exploration and development;
    • Nickel, copper and cobalt projects;
    • Supplying critical minerals to transform the battery and electric vehicle sector;
    • Developing excellent infrastructure and ensuring projects are easily accessible; and
    • Environmentally responsible operations.