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Canada Silver Cobalt begins drilling at Eby-Otto property

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Global Mining Review,

Canada Silver Cobalt has announced that it has begun diamond drilling at its Eby-Otto gold property near the town of Kirkland Lake. The planned 2000 - 2500 m drill program is being conducted by Laframboise Drill Inc. and is part of the company’s phase II exploration activity at Eby-Otto.

This initial drilling may include targets such as: • Regional fault structures such as the Cadillac-Larder Lake Break and/or Eby-Otto Fault. • Regional mapped alteration zones and areas of increased sulfides. • Mapped surface veins with anomalous gold mineralisation. • Areas with high potential based on the drone mag and existing local 2D EM.

The Company has also initiated a 3D IP Resistivity geophysics survey at Eby-Otto to be completed by Dias Geophysical as part of its Phase II exploration at the property.

Matthew Halliday, P.Geo., President and COO, Said:

"We are excited to start drilling at Eby-Otto. It is a very promising land package close to a producing mine with outcropping mineralised veins already identified. Our geological team has done a good amount of work there already this year with channel samples taken at key outcrop locations and sent to the lab for analysis (assays pending). We are looking forward to the results of both the channel sampling and the drilling,”

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