Gravity West acquires

Gravity West Mining has acquired more ground on it 100% owned Saint Urbain Titanium Property. As a result of the company’s recent exploration program it has staked 65 more mineral claims covering 3,772.71 hectares on the adjoining lands to the north of the existing claims. The new claims were acquired along favourable geology underlain by anorthosite bearing rocks and associated fault structures, which is a geological environment conducive to titanium mineralization. This recent acquisition brings the company’s total of 250 claims covering 14,522.72 hectares. Gravity West is the 100% owner of the Saint Urbain Iron and Titanium Property consisting of 250 claims covering approximately 14,522.71 hectares in two claim blocks located south of Saint Urbain in the eastern part of province of Quebec, Canada. The company’s objective is to determine the economic viability of the Saint Urbain Project by carrying out a phased exploration program, metallurgical testing, mine planning and development studies.
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