TesLa METALS Ltd.
Developing EV related and Space Race related Mineral Prospects Today
TesLa Metals Ltd., Developing
-Six (6) historic, non 43-101 standard, Iron occurrences listed in Quebec Ministry of Mines FER EN QUEBEC (IRON IN QUEBEC) publication of 1970- 1970 report lists all 6 with a total of over 700 million tonnes of on average +32% Iron within the Labrador Trough that hosts other similar deposits that have been mined since the 1950's, and where rail transport ships the mined iron ore over 930 kilometers to Sept ILLes port in Quebec. TesLa Metals Ltd, six historic deposits will need 200 kilometers of road and rail ad port funding to move the iron and cannot utilize existing southern Ports. President Biden announced will want to ensure the Arctic and other Northern borders of North America be patrolled, so Kuujjuaq being a historic Naval and Submarine Port, will help in possibly developing the infra-stucture to move the iron in TesLa Metals Ltd., historic occurrences, which will require drilling to confirm grades and tonnages and to increase tonnages, which the majority of private placement financings will be utilized for.
-Two (2) historic Iron Mines, non 43-101 standard, located in Quebec.
-One (1) historic, non 43-101 standard, Manganese occurrence discovered in Quebec in late 1940's with historic production.
-One (1) historic, non 43-101 standard, Nickel occurrence adjacent Mine permitted Nickel Mine in Quebec.
-several Lithium prospects located in Quebec, including ground adjacent Pallinghurst.com Nemaska Lithium Whabouchi mine, "The Pallinghurst Group has partnered with the Government of Quebec in the acquisition of Nemaska Lithium. Nemaska is located in Quebec, in Canada, and is set to become a critical producer of battery-grade lithium hydroxide."
-One historic Northern Quebec IRON occurrence sold to Iron Token cryptocurrency.
IRON IN QUEBEC - IRON for Lithium Iron Phosphate EV long range batteries.
Quebec is a world re-knowned iron ore producer, with the Labrador Trough supplying iron to the world since the early 1950's.
TesLa Metals Ltd., owns a 100% interest in Six (6) Historic, non 43-101 standards, Iron occurrences discovered and drilled from late 1940's, all reported in Quebec Government FER (IRON) publication (1970), and corresponding historic reports, with drilling to depths, with resources that are non 43-101 standards since 43-101 was implemented in late 1990's.
The discovering companies were historic miners of current and past producing Iron Mines in Quebec and Labrador Newfoundland, and drilled the occurrences and supplied assessment reports to the Government of Quebec to retain exploration development rights to the titles issued at the time, subsequently the Government of Quebec published the reports after the confidential time period ended as per Laws at the time.
Two (2) of the Iron occurrences within 8km of each other, total over 450 million tonnes Iron with +32% Iron, only 150km from existing port city in Quebec, but with no current road or rail infrastructure. Historic metallurgy reports show simple concentrating to +62% Iron, and rough estimates made of mine, rail haulage and port costs in historic mining company report.
Other four (4) Iron deposits in other cluster areas within 100km of the two (2) deposits above, and within approximately 200km of same existing Quebec coastal town and port.
TesLa Metals owns a 100% interest in two (2) historic, non 43-101 standard, IRON mines located in Quebec, one recently owned and explored by current Quebec Iron miner, TSE listed Champion Iron Limited, which lost title to the historic mine and acquired by TesLa Metals Ltd.. Lac Jeannine produced over 265 million tonnes of Iron ore, non 43-101 standards, with Arcelor Mittal the winning bidder from the Quebec Government to mine the iron and manganese tailings located on other title holders ground. The second Iron mine, the Hilton Mine located in Southern Quebec, produced over 55 million tonnes Iron ore, non 43-101 standards, with reported +43 million tonnes of Iron ore existing at closure, non 43-101 standards.
Rival miner owned by Arcelormittal is located over 2,500km north of the TESLA METALS LTD., project area. Baffinland is currently miing since 2018, the current iron mine called Mary River Iron. This Baffinland mine is over 200km from port, and which operation is serviced by large cargo ships for at least 10 months a year and produces 8 million tonnes a year of iron, visit www.baffinland.com for comparable iron producer that setup mine and port infrastructure in the North and it is 2,500km NORTH of TESLA METALS LTD., project area.
Champion Iron Mines, a public company, reported on 07-28-2021, over $220 million in earnings for Q1 2022, and production is around 6 million tonnes per year.
Youtube video describing implementation of Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4)(LFP) battery in TESLA INC. China EV production.
TesLa Metals own a 100% interest in a historic Manganese occurrence, which occurs in the form of Manganite, an oxide of Manganese that forms in the Worlds oceans as nodules. Currently several mining companies worldwide have offshore leases in certain areas of the world to explore for the manganese/manganite nodules in sea beds, however TesLa Metals manganite deposit occurs on land, has been delineated with past drilling, and on an island in the St. Lawrence with other sedimentary geology outlined that hosts significant and vast salt resources, all this makes TesLa Metals a possible world supplier at considerably lower cost then the potential sea bed miners. TesLa Metals Ltd., historic Manganite deposit is located on an Island in the St. Lawrence seaway in Quebec. The island already allows salt mining.
The Manganese deposit was mined, non 43-101 standards, in the late 1940's for a time, and has drilled, non 43-101 standard, occurrences with values published in the 1940's and 1950's, non 43-101, 34,000 tonnes average of 5.9% Mn- reported in1948 as per Government of Quebec online information system and corresponding historic reports.
TesLa Metals owns a 100% interest in prospective ground adjacent the Pallinghurst.com Nemaska Lithium mine in Quebec. The target will be pegmatite hosted Lithium, similar to the adjacent mine permit, with the TesLa Metals Ltd., ground within 2 kilometers of the mining permit, and no historic work shown to have occurred on this ground. Pallinghurst.com owned Nemaska Lithium states on their website "...the Whabouchi mine in Québec, Canada, one of the richest lithium spodumene deposits in the world, both in volume and grade...".
TesLa Metals Ltd., owns a 100% interest subject to a 1% Gross Smelter Royalty in the Baby Baby Baby gold prospect located 8km North of Timmins, Ontario Airport. The Baby Baby Baby gold prospect is host to two historic drill holes completed by Dome Mines in 1973 testing a Turam anomaly. The two holes, 790 feet apart, intersected multi feet intercepts of Timmins gold host geology and returned low grade gold values. The two holes were never retested, nor additional drilling to determine the extent of the gold mineralization. Dome Mines was later acquired by Placer to become Placer Dome, with the flagship mine being the Dome Mine located in Timmins which was discovered in 1908 and produced over 23 million ounces of gold to closing in 2016.
TesLa Metals owns a 100% interest subject to a 1% Gross Smelter Royalty on historic Rhodium surface sampling results returning 100+ ppb Rhodium, over a large area, 2km by 1km, completed by Government of Quebec. No drilling ever completed on the area.