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Stocks in play: Arbor Metals Corp.

Considers the positive progress recently made in Quebec on the advancement of lithium projects, as instrumental in Quebec becoming a near-term global lithium powerhouse, and supportive of a high level of exploration activities in the James Bay region. Recently, the Government of Canada gave the “Green Light” for the James Bay Lithium mine, located 100 kilometres east the Eastmain Cree Community, and about 270 kilometres West-Southwest of the Company’s Jarnet lithium project contiguous with Patriot Battery Metals Inc.’s (PMET) high-profile Corvette lithium project. The James Bay Lithium mine is owned and being developed by Allkem Ltd. (formerly Galaxy Resources Limited (Galaxy) and Orocobre Limited), an Australia-based lithium producer. Arbor Metals Corp. shares V.ABR are trading down $0.01 at $3.18.

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