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MiningNewsBreaks – Slave Lake Zinc Corp. (CSE: SLZ) Review of Historic Drill Logs Focus of Syndicated Broadcast

Slave Lake Zinc (CSE: SLZ), a mining firm focused on the exploration and expansion of the historic O’Connor Lake zinc-lead resource in the Northwest Territories of Canada, is featured in a recent NetworkNewsAudio (“NNA”) broadcast. The audio news release discusses Slave Lake Zinc’s review of historic drill logs, which the company recently obtained for 13 drill holes from drilling conducted in 1951 on the west side of O’Connor Lake. The NNA audio release is designed to deliver additional visibility, recognition and brand awareness in the investment community. According to the release, pegmatites and pegmatitic granites have been documented in the 13 drill holes reported by American Yellowknife Mines, with pegmatites ranging from less than 1 meter to more than 10 meters in drill section. According to the announcement, the exploration tested for zinc-lead-copper mineralization at O’Connor Lake, with no evaluation for lithium or tantalum-columbite mineralization, which are now a necessity for electrification (green energy). “It cannot be overstated how the historic data has enhanced our ability to advance this project in comparison to our peers,” said Slave Lake Zinc CEO Ritch Wigham in the news release. “Lithium exploration will be substantially advanced with the recognition of pegmatites within the historic drilling. With the historic data now at hand, Slave Lake can better focus our exploration efforts and define drill targets more efficiently. Our focus initially was the high-grade zinc-lead+/- copper mineralization, but we can now add lithium as a target metal at our O’Connor Lake critical metals exploration project.”

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About Slave Lake Zinc Corp.

Slave Lake Zinc intends to develop the potential of its O’Connor Lake property, a historic zinc-lead +/- copper geologic resource, located in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The property is located south of Great Slave Lake and to the east of the Pine Point project. The property was initially developed after the Second World War and subsequently abandoned in 1952 when zinc and lead prices collapsed post-war. Slave Lake believes it is well positioned to advance this project and to significantly expand the historic potential of the property. For more information about the company, visit

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