CBLT Inc. (TSXV: CBLT) (“CBLT”) announces its intention to effect a flowthrough financing in an amount up to $50,000 (fifty thousand dollars) by offering up to 833,333 Flowthrough Units priced at $0.06 (six cents) per Flowthrough Unit. Each Flowthrough Unit will comprise of one flowthrough share and one full 9-cent warrant with a 24-month term, with each 9-cent warrant being exercisable into a flowthrough common share.
In the investment banking business people talk about “deal flow”. Putting one deal together, closing it and moving on to the next deal. Peter Clausi, CEO of CBLT (V.CBLT) brings the concept of deal flow to the junior mining space.
CBLT Inc. (TSXV: CBLT) (“CBLT“) announces it has entered into a Letter of Intent (the “LOI“) to buy the 70% majority interest in the Werner Lake Copper-Cobalt-Gold Project (“Werner Lake“) from Global Energy Metals Corporation (“GEMC“). Readers are directed to GEMC’s website for details and documents related to Werner Lake (https://www.globalenergymetals.com/projects/werner-lake-cobalt-project/).
There is no single right way to organize and operate a junior resource company. Instead, each company needs to figure out its own path to maximizing shareholder value. Whether it is a greenfields exploration story or a brownfields mining restart, every project is different. Peter Clausi, CEO of CBLT Inc. (V.CBLT), spent the early part of his career as a commercial litigation lawyer on Bay Street. He’s seen most of the business models.
As previously announced on August 19, 2020, CBLT Inc. (TSXV: CBLT) (“CBLT“) closed the sale of its majority interest in the Northshore Gold Property Joint Venture (the “Property“) to Omni Commerce Corp. (“Omni“). CBLT was paid $350,000 in cash and $1,100,000 in common shares of Omni, which shares are subject to a regulatory four month hold and a voluntary escrow agreement providing for staggered releases over the next year. The first release from escrow of 25% of CBLT’s holdings will take place on or about December 20, 2020.