TORONTO, October 26, 2022 – Hemlo Explorers Inc. (the “Company”) (TSXV: HMLO) is pleased to announce that First Energy Metals Limited (“First Energy”) has chosen to accelerate the option payments for the Falcon Lake claims as announced in a press release dated January 12, 2022. First Energy will make a cash payment of $70,000 and issue 500,000 shares of First Energy as full and final payment of this option agreement. In recognition of the early payments, the Company has agreed to waive any remaining work commitments.
Brian Howlett, Chief Executive Officer of the Company said, “We are pleased to finalize this option agreement with First Energy. These claims were not considered a core asset given our current focus on our Hemlo area projects.”
About Hemlo Explorers Inc.
Hemlo Explorers is a Canadian-based mineral exploration company with a portfolio of properties in Ontario and Nunavut. We are focused on generating shareholder value through the advancement of our main Hemlo area projects, including Project Idaho, the Pic Project and the North Limb.
For more information please contact:
Brian Howlett, President & CEO
Hemlo Explorers Inc.
+1 (647) 227-3035
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