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Stocks in play: E3 Metals Corp.

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E3 Metals and Enhance are collaborating on the proposed development of carbon sequestration as it relates to lithium production and as a potential location for any CO 2 sequestration by E3 Metals, should the Company select this option. This includes an evaluation of both technical and regulatory synergies for both Enhance and E3 Metals. "E3 Metals is excited to see the Province of Alberta work with industry to provide options for decarbonizing its grid," commented E3 Metals CEO, Chris Doornbos "As E3 Metals is looking at developing its own power sources, these hubs could provide an opportunity for the Company to permanently sequester any CO 2 generated. This carbon sequestration hub initiative happening now in Alberta should enable a tangible option for E3 Metals to meet its goal of producing a carbon neutral lithium product." E3 Metals Corp. shares V.ETMC are trading down 1 cent at $2.56.

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