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Argentina Lithium Announces Positive Results from Third and Fourth Drill Holes at Rincon West

Argentina Lithium Announces Positive Results from Third and Fourth Drill Holes at Rincon West

TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V): LIT
Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE): OAY3
OTCQB Venture Market (OTC): PNXLF

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. (TSXV: LIT) (FSE: OAY3) (OTC: PNXLF), ("Argentina Lithium" or the "Company") reports positive lithium brine values from the third and fourth diamond drill holes at its Rincon West Project in Salta Province Argentina . The Rincon West project covers 3742.8 hectares of the salar basin, located west and north of the adjacent Rincon Project owned by Rio Tinto. The property is currently permitted for up to 9 exploration drill holes. The fifth exploration hole is currently in final steps to completion. The brine analytical results from the third and fourth holes have been received and are reported below.

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"The fourth exploration hole has produced our best results to date. Lithium brines start at 38 metres depth, but the exciting result is the interval from 95 m to 227 m , with lithium values ranging from 334 to 382 mg/litre over a continuous 132 m interval. The third hole, located in the southern portion of the property produced lower grade brines at the bottom of the hole. Though the lithium potential appears to decrease in the southern portion of the basin, it is notable that we still produce lithium brines while stepping out 1.8 km south from our previous drilling. We have more drilling to do, to fully delineate our brine aquifer, particularly in the west and north." stated Miles Rideout , V.P. of Exploration.

The results of the brine analyses and the respective intervals from which brine was recovered are shown in Table 1. Drill collar information is presented in Table 2.

Figure 1 shows the positions of the five initial exploration holes on the Rincon West property, including RW-DDH-003 and RW-DDH-004, and the previously announced RW-DDH-001 (see July 13, 2022 News Release ) and RW-DDH-002 (see October 3, 2022 News Release ). Exploration drilling is ongoing at RW-DDH-005. The map presents the drill locations overlaid on the conductive zones delineated with TEM geophysics (see May 2, 2022 News Release ; Note: the easternmost property was acquired after the completion of the TEM survey and therefore has no survey results showing).

Technical Details

Both holes were executed with diamond drilling (HQ-size), permitting the extraction of core samples of the salar basin formations, and recovery of brine samples where possible. RW-DDH-003 was executed between July 26 and August 22 , stopping at 353 metres depth in igneous rock units. Lining the hole with 2" diameter PVC filters and tubing was completed on August 23, 2022 .

RW-DDH-004 was executed between August 26 and September 21 , stopping at 254 metres depth in igneous basement rock units. Final sampling and lining the hole with 2" diameter PVC filters and tubing were completed by September 22, 2022 .

Drilling was carried out by Salta-based AGV Falcon Drilling SRL, under the supervision of Argentina Lithium's geologists.

Brine sampling was conducted using a single packer sampling unit during drilling of both holes. The packer sampling method allows the collection of brine samples at specific depths while sealing the hole at the top and bottom of the interval.

Table 1:  Interval data and results of brines analyses for lithium, potassium, and magnesium for drill holes RW-DDH-003 and RW-DDH-004

Sample Interval (m)

Brine Sample

Li

K

Mg

Density

From

To

Thickness

Method


(mg/litre)


(g/ml)

RW-DDH-003






299

353

54

single packer

152

3058

1288

1.090

RW-DDH-004






38

50

12

single packer

149

2462

1743

1.090

50

59

9

single packer

172

3103

2026

1.110

64

68

4

single packer

247

4683

2564

1.162

68

77

9

single packer

269

5083

2819

1.162

86

95

9

single packer

293

5412

2864

1.172

95

104

9

single packer

334

6194

3246

1.184

104

113

9

single packer

354

6699

3368

1.190

113

122

9

single packer

351

6653

3303

1.190

122

131

9

single packer

338

6377

3061

1.182

131

140

9

single packer

352

6766

3260

1.186

140

149

9

single packer

368

7189

3457

1.196

149

158

9

single packer

361

7427

3443

1.210

158

167

9

single packer

376

8071

3442

1.210

167

179

12

single packer

382

8266

3391

1.22

179

191

12

single packer

365

8023

3313

1.214

191

203

12

single packer

368

8167

3387

1.22

203

227

24

single packer

369

7718

3429

1.214

*Both drill holes were inclined vertically; the salar strata are believed to be flat lying resulting in reported intervals approximating true thickness.

Table 2:  Collar and maximum depth information for RW-DDH-003 and RW-DDH-004


Hole ID

East

North

Elevation

Azimuth

Dip

Depth


UTM Zone 19S (WGS84)

(m)

(deg.)

(deg.)

(m)

RW-DDH-003

682231

7335900

3799

n/a

90

353

RW-DDH-004

682086

7338774

3744

n/a

90

254

Observations on RW-DDH-003

RW-DDH-003 is the southernmost hole planned for this program, being located approximately 1800 m south of RW-DDH-002. The hole passed through interbedded sands and gravels from surface to 90.7 metres depth. From 90.7 m to 102.8 m , the hole traversed ignimbrites. Sandy units interbedded with gravels were logged from 102.8 m to 303.4 m depth. Clays were logged in this sequence in the interval 114 m to 133.8 m . The drill entered ignimbrites with a significant degree of fracturing and secondary porosity at 303.4 m , extending to 308 m depth. From 308 m the ignimbrites lacked alteration and fracturing. The hole was terminated in this unit at 353 m depth.

In frequent packer tests through the sequence of sediments, insufficient recovery of liquid was obtained for sampling. The final packer test, situated at the interval between 299 m and 353 m depths was successful, producing the brine sample presented in Table 1.

Observations on RW-DDH-004

Lithium brines were sampled from 39 m depth, tending to increase in density and lithium values to 149 m , where density values plateaued, as reported in Table 1. Fresh water was not encountered in the hole.

Poorly consolidated sands and gravels were logged from the surface to 32 m depth, followed by a 3 m layer of clay. Frequently high-porosity sandy sediments (red, brown, grey and black sandy units) were then logged from 35 m depth to 107 m , with minor yellow clays occurring in the narrow interval between 38 m and 41 m .

A silty unit with clay was logged from 107 m to 113 m . Sulphates and also orpiment were observed with this unit. Interbedded units of sandy sediments and gravels were logged from 113 m to 193 m , where sulphates and occasional levels with ignimbrite clasts were observed. A fractured ignimbrite was traversed between 193 m and 204 m . At 204 m , the drill entered competent andesites with low porosity. The drill was stopped in this unit at 254 m depth.

All core samples recovered in drilling are retained for logging and are available for subsequent laboratory evaluation of factors such as total and effective porosity, permeability and other measurable characteristics of the aquifer formation.

Analyses and QA/QC

Samples of brine were submitted for analysis to Alex Stewart International Argentina S.A. ("Alex Stewart"), the local subsidiary of Alex Stewart International, an ISO 9001:2008 certified laboratory, with ISO 17025:2005 certification for the analysis of lithium, potassium and other elements. Alex Stewart employed Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry ("ICP-OES") as the analytical technique for the primary constituents of interest, including boron, calcium, potassium, lithium, and magnesium. Measurements in the field included pH, electrical conductivity, temperature and density. The quality of sample analytical results was controlled and assessed with a protocol of blank, duplicate and reference standard samples included within the sample sequence. The blank (3) and duplicate (2) samples reported herein were analysed at Alex Stewart all reported in the acceptable range. Low-grade (3) and medium-grade (2) reference standards were included in the sample submissions to Alex Stewart. Two of the low-grade reference standard analyses were greater than the acceptable range of 3 standard deviations (SD) and one was at the 2 SD acceptable limit; relative percent difference (RPD) ranged from 1.00-5.83%. The medium-grade standard returned one analyses at 2 SD; the second was less than 3 SD but RPD was low (1.01-2.02%). Select samples have also been submitted to a second laboratory as a standard check protocol.

Rincon West Project

The Rincon West Project comprises the following properties. Villanoveño II and Demasia Villanoveño II, totaling 2491 hectares, are held under an option whereby the Company can earn a 100% interest, as described in the Company's September 28, 2021 News Release . Argentina Lithium has also purchased the 460.5 hectare Riconcita II property, adjacent to Villanoveño II (see August 25, 2022 News Release ). The Company entered into an option agreement to earn a 100% interest in four contiguous mine concessions, the "Paso de Sico" option, totalling 791.3 hectares in the northern part of the Salar de Rincon (see October 6 News Release ).

Qualified Person

David Terry , Ph.D., P.Geo. is the Company's Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101. Dr. Terry is responsible for oversight of the Company's early-stage exploration at the Rincon West property. The disclosure in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Dr. Terry.

About Argentina Lithium

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp is focused on acquiring high quality lithium projects in Argentina and advancing them toward production in order to meet the growing global demand from the battery sector. The management group has a long history of success in the resource sector of Argentina and has assembled a first-rate team of experts to acquire and advance the best lithium properties in the "Lithium Triangle". The Company is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group that has pioneered exploration in Argentina since 1993.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Nikolaos Cacos"

__________________________________
Nikolaos Cacos , President, CEO and Director

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

This news release may contain forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, that address activities, events or developments the Company believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future, including, without limitation, statements about the Company's plans for its mineral properties; the Company's business strategy, plans and outlooks; the future financial or operating performance of the Company; and future exploration and operating plans are forward-looking statements.

Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties that may cause the actual results of the Company to differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements and, even if such actual results are realized or substantially realized, there can be no assurance that they will have the expected consequences to, or effects on, the Company. Factors that could cause actual results or events to differ materially from current expectations include, among other things: the impact of COVID-19; risks and uncertainties related to the ability to obtain, amend, or maintain licenses, permits, or surface rights; risks associated with technical difficulties in connection with mining activities; and the possibility that future exploration, development or mining results will not be consistent with the Company's expectations. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Readers are encouraged to refer to the Company's public disclosure documents for a more detailed discussion of factors that may impact expected future results. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, unless required pursuant to applicable laws. We advise U.S. investors that the SEC's mining guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents filed with the SEC. U.S. investors are cautioned that mineral deposits on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our properties.

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Argentina Lithium Drilling Extends Lithium Brine Zone at Rincon West

Argentina Lithium Drilling Extends Lithium Brine Zone at Rincon West

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. (TSXV: LIT) (FSE: OAY3) (OTC: PNXLF), ("Argentina Lithium" or the "Company") reports positive lithium brine values at its Rincon West Project in Salta Province Argentina including a 153 m interval ranging from 329 to 393 mgl lithium from the sixth diamond drill hole. The seventh exploration hole is in final steps to completion, with two additional holes planned.

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"The new drilling results extend the zone of concentrated lithium brines towards the west and southwest from earlier drill intersections. The remarkable interval from the sixth hole, RW-DDH-006, is our best interval to date, and it is a step-out of 960 m from the prior best intersection reported previously in the fourth hole. With RW-DDH-005, we drilled 1.7 km southwest of the sixth hole, looking for the western limit of the brine zone. These large step-outs demonstrate concentrated lithium brines extend broadly through the core of the property. The remaining three drill holes will be located to further delineate the brine aquifer." stated Miles Rideout , V.P. of Exploration.

The results of the brine analyses, type of sample collected, and the respective intervals from which brine was recovered are shown in Table 1. Drill collar information is presented in Table 2.

The Rincon West Project, located west and north of Rio Tinto's adjacent Rincon Project, covers 3742.8 hectares of the salar basin. Rincon West is currently permitted for up to 9 exploration drill holes. Figure 1 presents a map of the Rincon West property showing the positions of the seven initial exploration holes (see  News Releases dated July 13, 2022 , October 3, 2022 and October 25, 2022 ). The map in Figure 1 displays the drill locations overlaid on the conductive zones delineated with TEM geophysics (see May 2, 2022 News Release ; Note: the easternmost property extension was acquired after the completion of the TEM survey and therefore shows no geophysics results).

Table 1: Interval data and results of brines analyses for lithium, potassium, and magnesium for drill holes RW-DDH-005 and RW-DDH-006

Sample Interval (m)

Sample

Method

Li

K

Mg

Density

From

To

Thickness



(mg/litre)


(g/ml)

RW-DDH-005






143



Bailer

12

197

99

1.006

185



Bailer

155

2432

1986

1.104

194



Bailer

173

2686

2068

1.108

224



Bailer

199

3243

2058

1.12

239



Bailer

209

3423

2201

1.124

260



Bailer

168

2623

1868

1.1

290



Bailer

88

1323

943

1.052

328



Bailer

104

1552

1172

1.064

96

99.7

3.7

Double packer

41

54

1.000

120

123.7

3.7

Double packer

207

161

1.006

162

165.7

3.7

Double packer

67

1137

748

1.042

192

195.7

3.7

Double packer

44

847

512

1.032

RW-DDH-006






59

71

12

Single Packer

20

317

278

1.01

71

83

12

Single Packer

38

598

563

1.024

83

95

12

Single Packer

126

1985

1370

1.078

119

143

24

Single Packer

233

4461

2055

1.134

143

155

12

Single Packer

292

5484

2650

1.162

167

179

12

Single Packer

329

6022

2892

1.178

179

191

12

Single Packer

348

6509

3128

1.184

191

206

15

Single Packer

339

6473

3052

1.18

206

218

12

Single Packer

378

7224

3411

1.194

218

230

12

Single Packer

379

7224

3468

1.206

230

245

15

Single Packer

378

6895

3366

1.194

245

257

12

Single Packer

385

7157

3451

1.21

257

269

12

Single Packer

393

7420

3436

1.215

269

293

24

Single Packer

385

7500

3205

1.21

293

308

15

Single Packer

334

6360

2743

1.18

303

320

17

Single Packer

336

6355

2736

1.178

*Both drill holes were inclined vertically; the salar strata are believed to be flat lying resulting in reported intervals approximating true thickness.


Technical Details

Both holes were executed with diamond drilling (HQ-diameter), permitting the extraction of core samples of the salar basin formations, and recovery of brine samples where possible. RW-DDH-005 was drilled between September 26 and October 24, 2022 , stopping at 328.4 metres depth in volcanic units. Lining the hole with 2" diameter PVC filters and tubing was completed on October 26, 2022 .

RW-DDH-006 was drilled between October 27 and November 26, 2022 , stopping at 329.8 metres depth in a metamorphosed sedimentary unit. Final profiling and lining the hole with 2" diameter PVC filters and tubing were completed by December 3, 2022 .

Drilling was carried out by Salta-based AGV Falcon Drilling SRL, under the supervision of Argentina Lithium's geologists.

Table 2:  Collar and maximum depth information for RW-DDH-005 and RW-DDH-006

Hole ID

East

North

Elevation

Azimuth

Dip

Depth


UTM Zone 19S (WGS84)

(m)

(deg.)

(deg.)

(m)

RW-DDH-005

680426

7336767

3808

n/a

90

328.4

RW-DDH-006

681291

7338205

3764

n/a

90

329.8

LIT's preferred method for brine sampling deploys a 'single packer' sampling unit during drilling. The packer sampling method allows the recovery of brine samples at specific depths while sealing the hole at the top and bottom of the interval. For single packer sampling, an inflatable seal closes the top of the interval; the lower limit of drilling represents the bottom of the interval. In certain instances, double packer sampling is conducted following the completion of drilling. In this case, inflatable seals are employed to close both the top and bottom of the sample interval. The maximum span of double packer sampling is limited to less than 4 m by the height of the drill mast and other equipment limitations.

While drilling RW-DDH-005, every attempt at brine sampling with the single packer apparatus failed to recover significant quantities of brine. Sampling was thus accomplished at intervals during drilling by employing a bailer unit to recover brines from near the bottom of the drilled interval. A limitation of bailer sampling is that the interval is not sealed above, thus mixing with solutions from upper portions of the hole is probable. The site geologists believe the lack of brine recovery during packer sampling was likely related to the depth of the phreatic water table in the hole, identified approximately 72 m below the collar. Apparently the packer airlift system was unable to lift dense brines this height above the phreatic level.

In follow-up sampling, the drill crew was able to recover brines from selected intervals while employing a double packer system.

Sampling with the single packer system was completed without significant difficulty at RW-DDH-006. In this case, the well collar is situated at a lower elevation with a measured phreatic level of 37.6 m .

Observations regarding RW-DDH-005

RW-DDH-005 is the westernmost hole completed to date, and the collar is located at the highest elevation yet tested on this project. The hole tested gravels and volcanic clasts in a sandy matrix to 29 m depth, where ignimbrite was encountered, continuing to 41 m depth. With a short transition, the drill entered medium-to-coarse gray sandstone from approximately 42 m , continuing to 54 m , followed by a 1 m layer of medium-to-fine black sandstone. Coarse gray sandstone was observed from 55 m to 62 m , followed by coarse brown sandy units with layers of sulphates, continuing to 77 m depth. A brecciated sandstone with sandy matrix then extends to 200 m depth. This unit was intensively fractured between 176 m and 197 m depths. Ignimbrite with varying degrees of fracturing was logged between 200 m and 296.5 m depths. The geologic log demonstrates a complex sequence transitioning from ignimbrite to aphanitic volcanics between 296.5 to 306 m depth. The hole was terminated in volcanics at 328.4 m depth.

Observations regarding RW-DDH-006

Breccias and conglomerates with sandy matrices were observed from near-surface to 32 m depth. A sequence of sandy and silty sedimentary units with sulphates followed, ending in a sequence of sandy clays, logged between 47 and 53 m depth. Brown coloured sandstones were observed from 53 m , extending to 86 m depth. From 86 m to 95 m , breccias with quartzite fragments in a sandy matrix were logged. Ortho-quartzite then follows, continuing to 284 m depth, with multiple zones of relative competency interspaced by zones of intensive fracturing. A lithologic change was observed at 284 m , with a silicified sedimentary unit below. As the degree of fracturing reduced with depth, this unit was interpreted as a metamorphosed sedimentary rock. The drill was stopped in this metamorphosed sedimentary unit at 329.8 m depth.

All core samples recovered in drilling were retained for geologic logging. An extensive selection of samples has been sent for brine recovery testing at an independent laboratory. This analysis remains pending.

Analyses and QA/QC

Samples of brine were submitted for analysis to Alex Stewart International Argentina S.A. ("Alex Stewart"), the local subsidiary of Alex Stewart International, an ISO 9001:2008 certified laboratory, with ISO 17025:2005 certification for the analysis of lithium, potassium and other elements. Alex Stewart employed Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry ("ICP-OES") as the analytical technique for the primary constituents of interest, including boron, calcium, potassium, lithium, and magnesium. Measurements in the field included pH, electrical conductivity, temperature and density. The quality of sample analytical results was controlled and assessed with a protocol of blank, duplicate and reference standard samples included within the sample sequence. For the holes RW-DDH-005 and 006 reported herein, the blank (2) and duplicate (3) samples reported within the acceptable range.   A single low-grade, medium-grade, and high-grade reference standard sample was included within the submitted samples for each hole.  The low-grade reference standard analyses were above 3 standard deviations (SD) with less than 5% relative percent difference (RPD); the medium grade reference standard returned one result above 3 SD and one at 2 SD above the best value with 1.47 and 1.00 RPD, respectively; the high-grade reference standard returned one result less than 3 SD and one within 2 SD of the best value; with low RPD (1.73 and 0.72, respectively).

Rincon West Project

The following summarizes the properties held within the Rincon West Project. Villanoveño II and Demasia Villanoveño II, totaling 2491 hectares, are held under an option whereby the Company can earn a 100% interest, as described in the Company's September 28, 2021 News Release . Argentina Lithium has also purchased the 460.5 hectare Rinconcita II property, adjacent to Villanoveño II (see August 25, 2022 News Release ). The Company entered into an option agreement to earn a 100% interest in four contiguous mine concessions, the "Paso de Sico" option, totalling 791.3 hectares in the northern part of the Salar de Rincon (see October 6 News Release ).

Qualified Person

David Terry , Ph.D., P.Geo. is the Company's Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101. Dr. Terry is responsible for oversight of the Company's early-stage exploration at the Rincon West property.  The disclosure in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Dr. Terry.

About Argentina Lithium

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp is focused on acquiring high quality lithium projects in Argentina and advancing them toward production in order to meet the growing global demand from the battery sector. The management group has a long history of success in the resource sector of Argentina and has assembled a first-rate team of experts to acquire and advance the best lithium properties in the "Lithium Triangle". The Company is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group that has pioneered exploration in Argentina since 1993.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Nikolaos Cacos"

_______________________________
Nikolaos Cacos , President, CEO and Director

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

This news release may contain forward-looking statements.  Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, that address activities, events or developments the Company believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future, including, without limitation, statements about the Company's plans for its mineral properties; the Company's business strategy, plans and outlooks; the future financial or operating performance of the Company; and future exploration and operating plans are forward-looking statements.

Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties that may cause the actual results of the Company to differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements and, even if such actual results are realized or substantially realized, there can be no assurance that they will have the expected consequences to, or effects on, the Company. Factors that could cause actual results or events to differ materially from current expectations include, among other things: the impact of COVID-19; risks and uncertainties related to the ability to obtain, amend, or maintain licenses, permits, or surface rights; risks associated with technical difficulties in connection with mining activities; and the possibility that future exploration, development or mining results will not be consistent with the Company's expectations. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Readers are encouraged to refer to the Company's public disclosure documents for a more detailed discussion of factors that may impact expected future results. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, unless required pursuant to applicable laws. We advise U.S. investors that the SEC's mining guidelines strictly prohibit information of this type in documents filed with the SEC. U.S. investors are cautioned that mineral deposits on adjacent properties are not indicative of mineral deposits on our properties.

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Argentina Lithium Appoints New Director and Grants Options

Argentina Lithium Appoints New Director and Grants Options

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. (TSXV: LIT ) (FSE: OAY3) (OTC: PNXLF) ("Argentina Lithium" or the "Company") announces that the Company has appointed Martin Burian to its board of directors. Mr. Burian holds ICD.D (Institute of Corporate Directors) and Chartered Professional Accountant designations. He has a 30-year career in investment banking to the mining sector, is currently Managing Director at RCI Capital Group and held similar senior positions at Haywood Securities, Bolder Investment Partners and Canaccord Capital. He is an independent member of several other public company boards. Mr. Burian's early career was with KPMG where he obtained his CPA and CBV designations.

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Argentina Lithium Grants Stock Options

Argentina Lithium Grants Stock Options

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. (TSXV: LIT) (FSE: OAY3) (OTC: PNXLF) ("Argentina Lithium" or the "Company") announces that it has granted 8,016,000 incentive stock options (the " Options ") to directors, officers, employees and consultants of the Company. The Options are set for a period of five years, expiring on December 8, 2027 and each Option will allow the holder to purchase a common share of the Company at a price of $0.35 . The Options are subject to a 4 month hold period from the date of grant and to TSX Venture Exchange approval.

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About Argentina Lithium

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp is focused on acquiring high quality lithium projects in Argentina and advancing them toward production in order to meet the growing global demand from the battery sector. The management group has a long history of success in the resource sector of Argentina and has assembled a first-rate team of experts to acquire and advance the best lithium properties in the "Lithium Triangle". The Company is a member of the Grosso Group, a resource management group that has pioneered exploration in Argentina since 1993.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

"Nikolaos Cacos"

_______________________________
Nikolaos Cacos , President, CEO and Director

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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Argentina Lithium Increases and Closes Non-Brokered Private Placement

Argentina Lithium Increases and Closes Non-Brokered Private Placement

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Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. (TSXV: LIT) (FSE: OAY3) (OTC: PNXLF) ("Argentina Lithium" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that due to continued investor demand, the Company has increased the private placement amount announced on November 3, 2022 and increased on November 16, 2022 from $9,000,000 to $9,085,237 consisting of 36,340,948 units (the " Units ") at $0.25 per Unit.

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Argentina Lithium Continues to Build on Property Positions at the Rincon and Antofalla Salars

Argentina Lithium Continues to Build on Property Positions at the Rincon and Antofalla Salars

Argentina Lithium & Energy Corp. (TSXV: LIT) (FSE: OAY3) (OTC: PNXLF) ("Argentina Lithium" or the "Company") is pleased to announce two new option agreements at lithium salars in Argentina . The Company has entered into an option agreement with a local vendor to earn a 100% interest in four contiguous mine concessions totalling 791.3 hectares at the Salar de Rincon (the "Paso de Sico option"). The Company has also entered into a second option agreement with a second local vendor to earn a 100% interest in a single mine concession measuring 843.5 hectares at the Salar de Antofalla (the "Volcan option").

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LithiumBank Appoints Paul Matysek as Executive Chairman

LithiumBank Appoints Paul Matysek as Executive Chairman

LithiumBank Resources Corp. ( TSX-V: LBNK ) ( OTCQX: LBNKF) (" LithiumBank " or the " Company ") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Paul Matysek as the Company's Executive Chairman.

Mr. Matysek's unique qualifications, experience and unprecedented string of successful transactions in the mining sector will create value for the Company as it now transitions from an exploration to development company of district scale direct brine lithium projects in North America. LithiumBank holds a dominant position of key brine reservoirs with a unique combination of scale, grade and exceptional flow rates that are necessary for a large-scale direct brine lithium production. LithiumBank is developing and de-risking several strategic projects in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

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Brunswick Exploration Options Multiple Spodumene-Bearing Pegmatites in Saskatchewan

Brunswick Exploration Options Multiple Spodumene-Bearing Pegmatites in Saskatchewan

Brunswick Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: BRW; " BRW " or the " Company ") is pleased to announce that it has executed a Letter of Intent to option a new highly prospective claim package, the Hanson Lake Project, located roughly 55 kilometers west of Creighton, Saskatchewan, within 2 kilometres from a major highway. This package contains four spodumene-bearing pegmatites hosted within a much larger pegmatite field, none of which has been drilled.

Mr. Killian Charles, President and CEO of BRW, commented: "The Hanson Lake Project confirms the potential for hard-rock lithium deposits in Saskatchewan and this addition to our portfolio strengthens the Company's presence in Western Canada. In Saskatchewan alone, with the addition of this project, we have now acquired over 180 outcropping S-type pegmatites that are minimum 500 meters in strike length, all of which have seen minimal or no exploration work. Detailed prospecting and trenching will commence in Q2 of this year to systemically evaluate the Hanson Lake Project and rapidly advance the known spodumene-bearing pegmatites towards the drill stage."

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Coloured Ties Announces Approval of Option Agreement with Superior, Grant of Options and Closing of Substantial Issuer Bid

Coloured Ties Announces Approval of Option Agreement with Superior, Grant of Options and Closing of Substantial Issuer Bid

Coloured Ties Capital Inc. (TSXV: TIE) ("CTI" or the "Company") announces that, further to its news release on December 7, 2022, it has obtained conditional approval from the TSX Venture Exchange (the "TSXV") with respect to the option agreement, as amended on January 16, 2023, (the "Option Agreement") entered into between Quebec Pegmatite Corporation ("QPC"), a majority-owned subsidiary of the Company, and Superior Mining International Corporation ("Superior"), whereby Superior has the option to earn a 100% interest in the Vieux Comptoir Lithium Property (the "Property"). Superior has made the initial deposit of $7,500 and confirmed it intends to exercise its Option.

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Bradda Head Lithium Ltd Announces Certification of Interim Filings - 2

Bradda Head Lithium Ltd Announces Certification of Interim Filings - 2

Form 52-109FV2

Certification of Interim Filings

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Bradda Head Lithium Ltd Announces Certification of Interim Filings

Bradda Head Lithium Ltd Announces Certification of Interim Filings

Form 52-109FV2

Certification of Interim Filings

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Bradda Head Lithium Ltd Announces MD&A for the 3 and 9 months ended November 30 2022

Bradda Head Lithium Ltd Announces MD&A for the 3 and 9 months ended November 30 2022

Bradda Head Lithium Limited

Management discussion and analysis for the three and nine-month periods ended November 30, 2022

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