CBLT Receives Payment for Chilton Cobalt

July 25, 2022 (Source) – Further to its June 13, 2022 press release, CBLT Inc. (TSXV: CBLT) (“CBLT”) announces that it has received the payment required under the option agreement (the “Option”) with PowerStone Metals Corp. (the “Optionee”), a private British Columbia corporation, with respect to CBLT’s 100% owned Chilton Cobalt property (“Chilton Cobalt”).

The payment to CBLT is one million (1,000,000) special warrants (the “Warrants”). It is expected that the Warrants will convert into common shares of the Optionee for no additional consideration at the earlier of (i) the Optionee clearing a prospectus with Canadian securities regulators and becoming a reporting issuer, and (ii) December 31, 2023. Of the one million common shares that should result from the Warrants, CBLT intends to declare a dividend to its shareholders of seven hundred and fifty thousand (750,000) common shares or the Warrants themselves, on a pro rata basis. The timing of declaring and paying the dividend are subject to discussion between CBLT and the Optionee.

The Optionee has expressed its intention to have its shares listed on a recognized Canadian stock exchange. The Option provides that if the Optionee’s shares are not listed on such an exchange by September 30, 2023, then the Optionee will issue to CBLT a further 500,000 (five hundred thousand) shares from the Optionee’s treasury.

“CBLT’s receipt of the payment moves Chilton Cobalt closer to further exploration,” said Peter M. Clausi, CBLT’s CEO. “We’ve been advised that the Optionee’s contemplated financing is proceeding well and expect to soon see some activity in the field.”

Chilton Cobalt

Chilton Cobalt consists of nine claims totaling 497 hectares (almost five square kilometers) in Quebec, Canada, located 40 kilometers east of Saint-Jovite, Quebec, roughly a one hour’s drive north of Montreal. Chilton Cobalt is easily accessible by highway and is close to mining infrastructure.

Work carried out by CBLT and reported September 18, 2017 included the collection of 51 rock grab samples as well as completion of a 649-sample soil geochemistry grid and a 27 line-kilometer VLF-EM survey. The collective data identified two linear Co-Ni-Cu anomalies that are coincident with strong VLF-EM conductors, both of which are centered over the historical showings.

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