Copper Fox CEO Elmer Stewart: We Are Not Your Typical Junior Explorer

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Copper Fox CEO Elmer Stewart

Copper Fox Metals CEO Elmer Stewart said, “I would rank us within the top 10 percent of junior explorers, primarily because of the resource base we have.”

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Speaking to the Investing News Network, Copper Fox Metals (TSXV:CUU,OTC Pink:CPFXF) CEO Elmer Stewart identified strengths that set the company apart from other junior explorers. He is confident that now is a good time for investors to look at Copper Fox Metals' potential.

“I would rank us within the top 10 percent of junior explorers, primarily because of the resource base we have, the joint venture with Teck Resources (TSX:TECK.B,TSX:TECK.A,NYSE:TECK), a very large established resource on the Schaft Creek project and a very high net asset value per share,” Stewart said.

Copper Fox Metals is focused on advancing the Van Dyke project and the Schaft Creek joint venture toward an updated resource estimate. “The 2022 drilling program includes some infield drilling between the existing drill holes and collecting metallurgical samples for metal recoveries," Stewart said. "We will also do some variability testing lifecycle tests to improve the recoveries, or to see if we can.”

The company will begin setting up a hydrogeological survey to establish sampling points, according to Stewart. It plans to map the hydrology so it can build the hydrology and go into the permitting process.

Stewart also mentioned that the second thing that boosts the company's potential is having established a very high net asset value per share that supports a higher share price. “One of our objectives this year is to align those two metrics," he explained.

Finally, Stewart highlighted how a great location intensifies Copper Fox Metals' advantage over its competitors. “Our assets are all located in tier one mining jurisdictions," he said. "And all the projects can potentially add more resources. At Eaglehead, we have the potential to move to a resource statement in 2022, or maybe early 2023. And the Mineral Mountain Sombrero Butte project has very large porphyry copper footprints and good potential for an exploration discovery.”

At the end of May, Copper Fox Metals released the results of an airborne geophysical survey for its 100 percent owned Mineral Mountain copper project; it shows three distinct bodies of higher magnetic intensity, as well as two new exploration targets.

Watch the full interview of Copper Fox Metals CEO Elmer Stewart above.

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