The company has two 100% owned battery metal projects: the HSP nickel-copper sulphide project in Quebec and the Monster IOCG in Yukon.Battery Metals
The shift away from carbon-based energy creates a new paradigm in renewable energy investment opportunities.
A key part of the transition to sustainable energy is driven by the materials required to build the global infrastrcture. Both battery metals and critical metals are emerging as important contributors to realize the shift.Projects
HSP is an exploration stage nickel-copper sulphide prospect in Quebec near road and power. The project has 6 large electromagnetic targets all associated with massive and semi-massive sulphides. Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization occurs at surface with potential to be expanded along strike and at depth.
Monster is an Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) prospect north of Dawson City in Yukon. The high-grade copper and cobalt showings over large kilometre scale magnetic/gravity targets have high-tonnage potential as seen in similar Australian systems. The project is currently on hold while the Dawson Region Plan is finalised.
Go Metals is cross listed in the United States (GOCOF)