- Fabled Copper is a Vancouver-based exploration and development company focusing on its critical and precious metals assets. The company’s portfolio includes copper, gold, and silver deposits.
- The Muskwa copper asset, the company's flagship project, is located in British Columbia, Canada's top copper-producing province.
- BC is responsible for over half of Canada's copper deposits, yet geologists believe only 3 percent of the province's deposits have been mined.
- Fabled Copper operates three projects targeting precious and critical metals: the Muskwa copper project, the TJ gold-silver project, and the newly acquired Ohm lithium property.
- The company has expanded known copper occurrences at the Muskwa project from 22 to 90 known occurrences.
- Fabled Copper is awaiting permitting and consultation before moving forward with its maiden drill campaign at the Muskwa project.
- An expert team with experience throughout the natural resources industry leads the company toward exploring its assets and improving shareholder value.
Fabled Copper (CSE:FABL) is a Vancouver-based mineral exploration and development company exploring and defining high-level and high-grade copper, gold and silver resources in Canada. The company’s flagship Muskwa copper project is located in British Columbia, the top copper-producing province in Canada.
British Columbia produced 57.4 percent of Canada’s total copper production in 2021. The northwest sector of BC is considered a world-class region for metal endowments, with more than 220 million ounces of gold and 93 billion pounds of copper. Yet, only 3 percent of these deposits have been mined, indicating the potential for future projects in the region.
The company has three projects targeting specific critical and precious metals. First, the Muskwa project has significant blue sky potential for additional copper discoveries and future production. The TJ project has known occurrences of high-grade gold and silver. Finally, the recently acquired Ohm project has known lithium pegmatites yet has not received significant exploration attention.