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North American Nickel Inc.

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North American Nickel Inc. is a mineral exploration company with 100%-owned properties in Maniitsoq, Greenland; Sudbury, Ontario; and the Thompson Nickel Belt in Manitoba. The Maniitsoq property in Greenland is a camp-scale project comprising 3,601 sq km covering numerous high-grade nickel-copper sulphide occurrences associated with norite and other maficultramafic intrusions of the Greenland Norite Belt. The >75km-long belt is situated along, and near, the southwest coast of Greenland, which is pack-ice free year-round.


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The Mining Report Interview with Stefan Ioannou (10/21/14) "North American Nickel Inc.'s Maniitsoq project in Greenland has a similar type of geology [to Voisey's Bay]. One of the things the market really likes to see in the nickel space is sulfide-nickel projects, like Maniitsoq, instead of laterite nickel. Processing is just a lot simpler and good grades are common. Maniitsoq hit some very high grades right off the bat in 2013. It didn't get those barnburner grades this year, but I don't think this story is over." More >

The Gold Report Interview with Doug Loud (7/23/14) "We like some of [VMS Ventures'] other projects. One of them is in Greenland (VMS owns 22% of North American Nickel Inc. and its Maniitsoq nickel sulfide project in Greenland). . .we think it's clever that VMS got a piece of it." More >

The Mining Report Interview with Rick Mills (7/1/14) "As far as I'm concerned there's only one nickel project [that is a favorite], North American Nickel Inc.'s Maniitsoq project in Greenland. This is not a laterite project; it's nickel-sulfide. And it's close to year-round shipping from deep-sea fjords. North American Nickel closed a $9.4M financing in May and announced a $9M+ greenfields exploration program June 19. The company is doing geophysics, sampling and drilling. We'll have news flow coming soon, and that will continue into early winter. . .I think we'll know whether Maniitsoq is economic by the time we get the drill results this year. In the meantime, here's something to think about. One company, North American Nickel, owns the entire Greenland Norite Belt, all 70-odd kilometers of it. This is a potential new Sudbury, and North American Nickel owns 100% of it. This is the play. Nobody else is spending up to $10M this year." More >

Rick Mills, Ahead of the Herd (5/16/14) "North American Nickel Inc. might turn out to be one of worldís major nickel sulphide camps."

Rick Mills, Ahead of the Herd (5/10/14) "This yearís drill program at North American Nickel Inc.'s nickel-copper-cobalt-PGM Maniitsoq project on Greenlandís southeast coast is going to be extremely large, possibly the largest green fields exploration/discovery phase program being done anywhere in the world. . .Greenland is very mining friendly, hugely underexplored and very prospective for mineral discoveries. The Maniitsoq property is larger than the entire Sudbury Basin, can be worked year-round and has access to year-round ports for shipping."

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Christopher Welch, Ocean Equities (11/21/13) "North American Nickel Inc. has discovered four zones of significant mineralization during the 2013 season, one of which provided one of the best discovery intersections we have seen this year. The company's exploration success followed the first application of geophysical techniques in the Greenland norite belt in over a decade and the use of contemporary techniques has demonstrated the advances made in this field. . .the potential for North American Nickel to discover multiple zones of mineralization similar to that seen at its Imiak Hill conduit complex make it a standout exploration play and investment opportunity."

Mick Carew, Haywood Securities (11/7/13) "North American Nickel Inc. announced additional results from drilling at Imiak Hill, part of the company's 100%-owned Maniitsoq nickel project in coastal southwest Greenland. . .the results represent the deepest high grade intersection to date at Imiak Hill, indicating that mineralization in zone 30 is continuous over significant widths and remains open at depth. Copper grades are also significantly higher in drill hole MQ-13-028, likely reflecting nickel-copper zonation commonly observed in many of the world's massive nickel sulphide deposits."

Christopher Welch, Ocean Equities (11/7/13) "North American Nickel Inc. announced the latest assay results from drilling at the Imiak Hill conduit complex target on its Maniitsoq nickel-copper-cobalt-PGM project in western Greenland. The results are from the deepest hole drilled to date on the Imiak Hill part of the complex and include a core length intersection of 25m at 3.19% nickel and 1.14% copper with 0.11% cobalt and 0.01g/t PGM mineralization from a depth of 180m from the surface. . .the deep zone of mineralization hit with the latest drilling may be the top part of a low velocity magma flow zone and so future drilling in this area has a high probability of replicating or improving on the results announced today."

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