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High Tide Resources Completes Phase 1 Prospecting at its Clearcut Lithium Project in Quebec

High Tide Resources Corp. (“High Tide” or the “Company”) (CSE: HTRC) announces today that it has completed its Phase 1 prospecting program at the 14,400-hectare Clearcut Lithium Project (‘Property’) located in the emerging Cadillac-Pontiac lithium camp southwest of Val d’Or, Quebec (Figure 1). Companies already active in the camp include Winsome Resources, Sayona Mining, Vision Lithium, Brunswick Exploration and Renforth Resources. 

Steve Roebuck, Director, President & Interim CEO of High Tide states, “The exploration team did a great first-pass boots-on-the-ground prospecting program over a large area under challenging weather conditions in late 2022. Coupled with our LiDAR reprocessing and digital mapping, we now have a much better feel for the geology on portions of the property and will use this, along with the geochemistry from the assays and the new airborne geophysics, to refine our exploration model as we prepare for the spring 2023 exploration program.”

The prospecting program was executed by ALS GoldSpot Discoveries Ltd. (formerly GoldSpot Discoveries Corp.) technical team with an objective of identification of lithium-cesium-tantalum-bearing pegmatite bodies (LCT-Pegmatite) using systematic rock geochemical sampling of all pegmatite bodies and felsic intrusions. A total of 294 stations were described for geology, and 142 rock samples were collected (Figure 2) and sent to ALS Labs – an accredited laboratory – for analysis using ME-ICP81 and ME-MS81 packages. Quality assurance and quality control procedures have been implemented to ensure best practices in sampling and analysis of the rock samples: Standards and blanks were regularly inserted into the sample stream. Assay results are still pending.

The Property consists of 249 claims made accessible by a network of logging roads which increases efficiency and reduces exploration costs. The 2022 geological program highlighted felsic to intermediate intrusions, including granite, granodiorite, tonalite and diorite, which locally contain discontinuous biotite-muscovite-bearing dykes. The field program coupled with a new airborne magnetic and radiometric survey in 2022 provide unprecedent insights into the geological framework of the Property for further exploration activities. Field data and assays interpretations will be performed by the same group of experts from ALS GoldSpot to generate prospectivity analysis of LCT-Pegmatite using a hybrid approach of machine learning techniques and geoscience knowledge.
About High Tide

High Tide is focused on and committed to the development of advanced-stage mineral projects in Canada using industry best practices combined with a strong social license from local communities. High Tide owns a 100% interest in the Labrador West Iron Project located adjacent to the Carol Lake Mine in Labrador City, NF and owns a 100% interest in the Lac Pegma copper-nickel-cobalt deposit located 50 kilometres southeast of Fermont, Quebec and is earning a 100% interest in the Clearcut Lithium Project located ~75 kilometres southwest of Val d’Or, Quebec. Majority shareholder Avidian Gold (TSX.V: AVG) controls approximately 33% of High Tide’s outstanding shares.

Further details on the Company, including a NI 43-101 technical report on the Labrador West Iron property can be found on the Company’s website at .

Qualified Person
The technical information in this press release has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in NI 43-101 — Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects, and reviewed and approved by Ludovic Bigot, professional geologist (OGQ – P.GEO No. 01655), a qualified person as defined by NI 43-101 guidelines.
For further information, please contact:
Steve Roebuck
Director, President & Interim CEO
Mobile: (905) 741-5458
Neither Canadian Securities Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the Canadian Securities Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release.

Forward-looking information
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Figure 1: Clearcut Lithium Project location map with other company claims

Figure 2: Clearcut Lithium Project location map of samples, stations and traverses for the November 2022 field program.


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