• Slave Lake Zinc (SLZ) has found potential for coarse-grained pegmatites at the O’Connor Lake Project
  • The pegmatites occur primarily as dykes but also occur as masses in complex multiple-phased intrusive granitic environments
  • Slave Lake’s CEO, Ritch Wigham, sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news
  • Slave Lake Zinc (SLZ) opened trading at $0.12 per share

Slave Lake Zinc (SLZ) has found potential for coarse-grained pegmatites at the O’Connor Lake Project.

The pegmatites occur primarily as dykes but also occur as masses in complex multiple-phased intrusive granitic environments.

The Vancouver-based mineral explorer’s recently expanded zinc-lead-copper-gold-silver project is located in an under-explored region of the southern Northwest Territories.

Slave Lake’s CEO, Ritch Wigham, met with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news.

Slave Lake Zinc Corp. (SLZ) is a Canadian mineral exploration company. The company is engaged in acquiring and exploring mineral properties and holds an interest in the O’Connor Lake Property in the South Slave Mining District of the Northwest Territories.

Slave Lake Zinc (SLZ) opened trading at $0.12 per share.


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