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Enertopia receives permit for first phase drilling from Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Nevada

The program will consist of five diamond drill holes totaling around 2,000 feet
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Clayton Valley is in Nevada

Enertopia Corp (CSE:TOP, OTCQB:ENRT) has further advanced plans to drill diamond holes at its Clayton Valley lithium project in Nevada - receiving what's called an 'area of disturbance permit' from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in Nevada.

The program will consist of  five diamond drill holes totaling around 2,000 feet. Four of them will allow the company to provide an inaugural 43-101 project-wide lithium resource.

The fifth will be sunk to an estimated depth of 400 feet with the recovered lithium enriched material being used for metallurgical and pH solution testing.

"We look forward to providing detailed drilling program updates as we move forward with respect to the projected start date currently expected by mid-December and further project developments," said president and CEO Robert McAllister.

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