ValOre Metals (TSXV:VO,OTCQB:KVLQF,FWB:KEQ0) has upsized its original gross proceeds of C$7 million to C$11 million, ensuring full financing for an exploration program at the company’s Angilak property.
ValOre Metals CEO Jim Paterson expounded on his excitement to get going in 2022 and deliver value.
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