Nouveaumonde -- Graphite In Quebec

Thom Calandra |

MONTREAL -- We return this morning to Quebec`s largest city for our tour of a titanium processor, Argex.

Right now, we are 120 km or so NW of Montreal. I am fresh off touring Nouveaumonde Mining`s ($NOU:CA) graphite project on the long road to Matawan.

NOU lays claim to shallow 10 percent and better grades of large & jumbo flake graphite.

If this is a market you like, you will appreciate the rock itself. Rich and visible to the eyes.

The shares are worth about $5 million on the TSX Venture. The project itself is close to a Timcal processing facility and almost farmed-out mine. Timcal is part of the Switzerland-based Emerys industrial giant.

More to come -- that`s Eric Desaulniers, CEO and large shareholder, in attached photo. He`s a Quebec geophysicist who discovered the property, which has never been mined.

More to come.



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