Cobalt Bloom

440,000 pounds Cobalt and
9.5 million ounces Silver Historical Production

Canada Cobalt Works Inc.

Canada Cobalt Works Inc., a unique and rapidly growing silver-cobalt focused company, is an exploration, technology and environmental leader in the prolific Northern Ontario Silver-Cobalt Camp. With its proposed acquisition of the privately-held PolyMet facility in the historic mining town of Cobalt, CCW is strategically positioned as a vertically integrated resource sector business with a dynamic fresh approach in Canada's silver-cobalt heartland.

Cobalt and Silver History on the Properties

Canada Cobalt Works Inc. (formerly Castle Silver Resources) is focused on further exploration and resuming production at the high-grade silver mine previously operated by Agnico Eagle in the 1980’s.   Recent underground exploration at the historic Castle Mine recorded high grades for cobalt ranging up to 5.2% Co and exceptional silver grades up to 13,208 g/t or (385.2 oz/ton).

Cobalt in the News

The Best-Kept Secret in Silver

“We take a distressed asset – in this case the Castle Mine which was a former high-grade silver / cobalt producer – put it together, fund it, and develop the asset.” – Frank Basa, CEO, Canada Cobalt Works Inc.”

Cobalt price to jump 60% in next 18 months to $20/lb- UBS

Investment bank UBS said on Tuesday that the shuttering of top cobalt producer Glencore’s Mutanda mine in Democratic Republic of Congo should trim an expected market surplus over 2019-2023, moving the risk versus reward for cobalt prices “firmly to the upside.”

Mutanda Closure “Changes Outlook Considerably” for Cobalt

This week’s announced closure of the Mutanda copper-cobalt mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is going to significantly shake up the depressed cobalt market, according to Benchmark Mineral Intelligence analyst Caspar Rawles.

CEO Frank Basa on work underway to resume cobalt-silver mining at Castle (Small Cap Power PDAC March 2019)

Frank Basa on Re-2OX and 2019 Plans, Investor Intel March 20, 2019