VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / February 7, 2023 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Brascan Gold, Orford Mining, ARway and UGE International discussing their latest news.
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Brascan Gold (CSE:BRAS) acquires Québec lithium properties
Brascan Gold (BRAS) has acquired 30 sq. km. of new claims prospective for lithium in the James Bay region of northern Québec. The region hosts existing lithium deposits, and the claims cover Archean to Neoarchean metamorphic rocks derived from sediments and volcanics, as well as mapped granitic pegmatite. Balbir Johal, CEO of Brascan, spoke with Simon Druker about the news.
for the full interview with balbir johal and to learn about brascan gold, click here.
Orford Mining (TSXV:ORM) identifies lithium potential on its northern Quebec land package
Orford Mining (ORM) has completed a review of geochemical data on both its Qiqavik Gold property and West Raglan Nickel Copper PGM property. Orford used government lake sediment surveys, magnetic surveys, geological mapping and rock sampling databases to help define the most prospective lithium targets in the area. President & CEO David Christie met with Simon Druker to discuss the news.
for the full interview with david christie and to learn about orford mining, click here.
ARway Corp (CSE:ARWY)(OTCPK:ARWYF) signs AR Wayfinding deal with Saudi German Health
ARway (ARWY) announced that Saudi German Health has chosen to utilize the company's augmented reality wayfinding solution. Saudi German Health is the leading private healthcare provider across the Middle East and North Africa. ARway Founder Baran Korkmaz sat down with Simon Druker to discuss the news.
for the full interview with baran korkmaz and to learn about arway, click here.
UGE International (TSXV:UGE) reaches commercial operation on newly-acquired project in Texas
UGE International (UGE) has acquired two solar projects and one battery energy storage system in Texas. The acquisition is comprised of two ground-mount solar projects and one battery energy storage system project, all located in Bastrop County, Texas. The energy produced by the first project will be sold to the City of Smithville, Texas. Nick Blitterswyk, CEO of UGE, met with Simon Druker to talk about the news.
for the full interview with nick blitterswyk and to learn about uge international, click here.
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