“Samples of Wicheeda flotation concentrate used in a hydrometallurgical test program led to the successful development of a flowsheet capable of processing the concentrate to a high grade mixed REE hydroxide precipitate,” stated Defense Metals.
A year ago, if you’d told me a rare earths explorer was going to be a three-bagger through tax loss season, I’d have called you a madman, taken away your belt and shoelaces, and called in Social Services to make sure you weren’t a threat to yourself and others. And yet, here we are, with not only mining taking off, but the rare earths sector starting to move upwards.
Defense Metals (DEFN.V), our go-to REE explorer and developer, is advancing its 1,708-hectare Wicheeda Rare Earth Element (REE) Project at a pace that should begin attracting a much wider audience.
Without skipping a beat, Defense Metals (DEFN.V) extended its winning streak delivering exceptional REE values from their Wicheeda Rare Earth Element (REE) Project in the Prince George region of mining-friendly British Columbia.
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Defense Metals (DEFN.V) continues to deliver solid drill results from their Wicheeda Project in the Prince George region of British Columbia.
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The headline numbers in Defense Metals (DEFN.V) October 31st press release mark an auspicious beginning for drill hole newsflow out of the company’s Wicheeda Rare Earth Element (REE) Project.
Defense Metals (DEFN.V) continues to push its 1,708-hectare Wicheeda Rare Earth Element (REE) project further along the development curve.
Defense Metals (DEFN.V) tags visible REEs expanding its resource 130 meters to the north—Assays Pending
Defense Metals (DEFN.V) has been doing solid work at its 1,708-hectare Wicheeda Rare Earth Element (REE) project in the Prince George region of British Columbia in recent months.