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Video: Giga Metals and Emerita Resources talk critical metals markets


In November The Armchair Trader hosted its first Beyond the Channel event for sophisticated investors in London, including family offices, wealth managers and fund managers. One of our panels focused on the very pertinent area of critical metals, and for this we were able to welcome Mark Jarvis, CEO of Giga Metals [TSX-V:GIGA], and David Gower, CEO of Emerita Resources [TSX-V:EMO].

Both CEO’s provided us with some interesting perspectives on where we currently sit in terms of the supply and demand for critical metals and how governments and large consumers are responding to this.

About Giga Metals

Giga Metals is a specialist nickel explorer with the Canadian Turnagain Project as its core asset. This is regarded as one of the largest undeveloped sulphide nickel deposits in the world. Giga Metals shares this with Mitsubishi Corp, which has a 15% stake. Turnagain has the potential to be a monster of a nickel resource, with a 30 year project life and 18% Ni quality. It also has a very low carbon footprint.

About Emerita Resources

Emerita Resources is an under the radar mining opportunity with 26,000 hectares in the heart of the Iberian Pyrite Belt, making it the biggest mineral exploration project in the EU. Currently its two big projects are Iberian Belt West (1546 hectares with an additional 10k + hectares extension pending) and Nuevo Tintillo. Emerita is looking at some potentially very significant resources, including zinc, gold, copper and silver, within the heartland of Spain.

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