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Toronto – Corporate Head Office
Suite 201, 140 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON M5C 1X6

Vancouver – Registered Office
Suite 488, 1090 West Georgia St.
Vancouver, BC V6E 3V7

E: [email protected]
T: +1.416.900.3891

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Corporate Info

TSX.V: FCC
OTCQB: FTSSF

CUSIP 319702
Incorporated: British Columbia (July 13, 2011)
Fiscal Year End: March 31
Shares Outstanding: 48,567,747

Professional Affiliates

Legal Counsel: Cassels Brock Lawyers
Auditors: MNP LLP
Transfer Agent: CST Trust Company

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Investment Highlights

  • The price of cobalt increased significantly over the past year, with its importance in the growing battery market underpinning strong long-term demand forecast.
  • The First Cobalt team is comprised of reputable and seasoned deal-makers, mine builders and mine operators, many of whom have worked for global producers.
  • The Company has secured an interest in the DR Congo (DRC) proximal to several major copper-cobalt (“Cu-Co”) operations.
  • Properties represent a substantial land package totaling 190 km2 (19,000 hectares) on the Central African Copperbelt in Katanga, DRC, all with known surface mineralization.
  • Transaction represents a low-risk entry point into the world’s leading cobalt jurisdiction (DRC). First Cobalt to become a 70% joint venture partner on each of seven properties.
  • DRC properties join the Company’s option in Canada to expand its global portfolio of cobalt properties.
  • The Company has secured rights to a 2,100 hectare property which includes the past-producing Keeley-Frontier mine, a high-grade silver-cobalt asset in Ontario, Canada.
  • More than 100 mines operated in Silver Centre and Cobalt, Ontario in the early 1900s, producing an estimated 50 million pounds of cobalt and 600 million ounces of silver.