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Houston Lake Mining Inc., a mining exploration company, is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mining properties Canada. The company explores for rare metal deposits, such as lithium, tantalum, rubidium, and cesium, as well as gold and platinum group metal deposits. It focuses on its 100% owned Pakeagama Rare Metals Project that is located in Red Lake, northwestern Ontario, Canada. Houston Lake Mining Inc. was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Val Caron, Canada.

Founded in 1995

houston lake mining inc (HLM) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$10.0K
President
Total Annual Compensation: C$110.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

houston lake mining inc (HLM) Key Developments

Houston Lake Mining Inc. Drills the Pak Inferred Resource Intersecting 2.01% Lithium Oxide over 60 Metres and Increases the Strike Length by 50%

Houston Lake Mining Inc. announced the results of five drill holes designed to test along strike from the 2014 Phase II, nine-hole diamond drill program on the Pakeagama Lake pegmatite. The primary objective of these holes was to test the deposit along strike from previously drilled holes. The intersection summaries for the two drill holes have confirmed continuity of the zones. DDH PL-010-14 was drilled ESE of PL-01-13 (Phase I drill program) and extended the strike length by approximately 56m to the ESE and also further defined the bounding contacts with the host rock(s). DDH's PL-007-14 and 008-14 were drilled WNW of PL-003-14 and although some relative pinching of the pegmatite has occurred the holes have extended the strike length by approximately 110m to the WNW from the current inferred resource estimate.

Houston Lake Mining Inc. Announces the Results of Two Drill Holes Designed to Test Depth from the 2014 Phase II, Nine-Hole Diamond Drill Program on the Pakeagama Lake Pegmatite

Houston Lake Mining Inc. announced the results of two drill holes designed to test depth from the 2014 Phase II, nine-hole diamond drill program on the Pakeagama Lake pegmatite. The primary objective of these two holes was to test the deposit beneath previously drilled holes. DDH PL-013-14 was drilled under hole PL-001-13 (Phase I drill program) and tested the pegmatite at an average depth of 60 metres below it. DDH PL-013-14 further defined the bounding contacts with host rock(s). Highlights: Diamond Drill Hole (DDH) PL-013-14 intersected 1.16% Li2O over 202 metre (m) from 15m to 217.45 m; DDH PL-013-14 includes a 18 m wide high-grade lithium zones (Upper Intermediate [UIZ] and Lower Intermediate [LIZ]) averaging 3.10% Li2O from 164 to 182 m; DDH PL-013-14 was drilled below DDH PL-001-13 and confirms the deposit to a depth of approximately 220m from surface; Resource remains open to depth and along strike to the northwest and southeast; and Assay results pending from 5 remaining drill holes from the Phase II Diamond Drill Program.

Houston Lake Mining Inc. Announces Results of Two Infill Drill Holes from the 2014

Houston Lake Mining Inc. announced the results of two infill drill holes from the 2014 Phase II, nine-hole diamond drill program on the Pakeagama Lake pegmatite. The assay and collar data for the 2 holes being reported are presented in Tables I and II. The primary objective of these two holes is to increase the level of confidence in a portion of the inferred resource with particular focus on the 1.17 million tonnes grading 3.44% Li2O. The intersection summaries for the two drill holes outlined in Table I below have confirmed continuity of the zones along strike of the intersection in DDH-13-003 and beneath the surface outcrop, and also defined bounding contacts with host rock(s). The hole PL-012-14 intersection confirms and extends the strike length of the lithium and tantalum zones of the Pakeagama Lake pegmatite to the northwest. The Upper Intermediate (UIZ), Central Intermediate (CIZ) and Lower Intermediate Zones (LIZ) were previously described in the July 2, 2013 Press Release. Zones of sodic aplite are present in all holes and vary in width from tens of centimetres to several metres, and contain significant concentrations of Ta, Rb and Cs. The current strike length of the pegmatite as defined by surface mapping and drilling remains at 290 m with an estimated width varying from 45 to 125m assuming sub-vertical orientation of the pegmatite body.

 

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