NetworkNewsBreaks – QMC Quantum Minerals Corp. (TSX.V: QMC) (OTC: QMCQF) (FSE: 3LQ) Uniquely Positioned to Capitalize on Growing Lithium Demand

British Columbia-based QMC Quantum Minerals (TSX.V: QMC) (OTC: QMCQF) (FSE: 3LQ) is focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of natural resource properties. Presently, the company holds a strategic position as the demand for lithium upsurges (http://nnw.fm/Vcf4x). An article discussing the company reads, “The company’s current properties are located in the Canadian province of Manitoba — one of the most productive and accessible mining areas in the country, which is insulated from many of the political pressures that threaten non-North American sources. The Irgon Lithium Mine Project is a key part of the company’s portfolio, not only because of the historic resource estimate and the most recent analyses that expand on it, but because of its potential to be in production in a short period of time.”

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About QMC Quantum Minerals Corp.

QMC is a British Columbia-based company engaged in the business of acquisition, exploration and development of resource properties. The company’s objective is to locate and develop economic precious, base, rare-metal and resource properties of merit. The company’s properties include the Irgon Lithium Mine Project and two VMS properties — the Rocky Lake and Rocky-Namew — known collectively as the Namew Lake District Project. Currently, all of the company’s properties are located in Manitoba. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.QMCMinerals.com.

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