The Dryden Cobalt property is located roughly one kilometre southwest of CBLT's main Sudbury cobalt-gold asset (Copper-Prince), also in the highly productive Sudbury Basin. This property was acquired by staking , based on CBLT's interpretation of the Nipissing Diabase and Huronian sediments (Hough Lake Group -- Mississagi formation) which cross this property.

CBLT carried out surface exploration here in the summer of 2017, with limited success. The future of the property will be decided later this year after CBLT carries out further surface work in the summer of 2018.

DRYDEN COBALT

The Dryden Cobalt property is located roughly one kilometre southwest of CBLT's main Sudbury cobalt-gold asset (Copper Prince), also in the highly productive Sudbury Basin. This property was acquired by staking, based on CBLT's interpretation of the Nipissing Diabase and the Huronian sediments (Hough Lake Group -- Mississagi formation) which cross this property.

CBLT carried out surface exploration here in the summer of 2017, with limited success. The future of the property will be decided later this year after CBLT carries out further surface work in the summer of 2018.