Pacific North West Capital builds green profile on lithium and platinum metals
July 29, 2016 — Pacific North West Capital Corp. (TSXV: PFN | OTCQB: PAWEF | Frankfurt: PJ7) is a mineral exploration company focused on the discovery, exploration and development of one of Canada’s largest primary platinum group metals (PGM) deposits, the River Valley PGM Project, located in the Sudbury region of Northern Ontario. The company also has a lithium division with five projects, four in Manitoba and one brine project in Nevada. Management’s corporate philosophy is to be a project generator, explorer and project operator, with the objective of option/joint venturing its projects, with major and junior mining companies, through to production.
Pacific North West is planning to change its name to New Age Metals.
In this interview with InvestorIntel Publisher Tracy Weslosky, Pacific North West Capital Chairman and CEO Harry Barr details his company’s strategy and progress to date. He outlines:
- Plans for the company under its new name and how it will operate with two divisions.
- The details of its hard rock lithium projects in Manitoba.
- The advantages of its strategic location in Nevada with planned brine production.
- The advantage of the proximity of its platinum metals deposit — the largest undeveloped such project in Canada — to the mining complex of Sudbury and its infrastructure.
- How both lithium and PGMs provide a platform for the company to establish its green credentials.
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