Green Shift Signs MOU with Whitesand First Nation for the Armstrong Lithium Project in Ontario

Green Shift Commodities Ltd. (GCOM) has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Whitesand First Nation (WFN) for the Armstrong Lithium project. This exciting collaboration marks a significant step forward for GCOM as it explores and develops commodities to support decarbonization efforts and achieve net-zero goals.

The Armstrong Project, located in the Seymour-Crescent-Falcon lithium belt in Ontario, Canada, has been a focal point for GCOM. With an option to purchase a 100% interest in the project, GCOM is committed to advancing exploration work in the area. The MOU with WFN provides a framework for communication and collaboration, prioritizing employment, training, and business opportunities between the two entities.

The three-year MOU sets the stage for a strong partnership between GCOM and WFN as they work towards obtaining an exploration permit for the Armstrong Project. By engaging with WFN on their traditional territory, GCOM demonstrates its commitment to meaningful dialogue and building a mutually beneficial relationship.

GCOM has wasted no time in getting started with the Armstrong Project. Initial groundwork has already commenced, including a mapping and sampling program that has yielded 91 samples so far. This early stage exploration work will pave the way for further developments in the project.

Trumbull Fisher, CEO and Director of GCOM, expressed his gratitude for the collaboration with WFN, emphasizing the importance of engaging with the local community. Fisher stated, “We are honored to collaborate with the Whitesand First Nation to advance the Armstrong Project. This MOU demonstrates our shared commitment to fostering meaningful and open dialogue and ensuring that we are building a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship.”

Green Shift Commodities Ltd. is dedicated to exploring and developing commodities that are essential for decarbonization efforts and achieving net-zero goals. In addition to the Armstrong Project, GCOM is also focused on the Rio Negro Project in Argentina, which contains hard rock lithium pegmatite occurrences. Furthermore, the company is developing the Berlin Deposit in Colombia, which holds battery commodities such as nickel, phosphate, and vanadium, along with rare earth elements like neodymium.

GCOM’s commitment to sustainability and its efforts to support clean energy technologies make it a key player in the transition towards a greener future. With its strategic partnerships and exploration projects, GCOM is well-positioned to contribute to the global efforts of decarbonization and the advancement of clean technologies.

For more information about Green Shift Commodities Ltd. and its projects, please visit their website or reach out to Trumbull Fisher, Director and CEO, for further inquiries.

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