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SPECIAL PODCAST: Max Porterfield, President and CEO of Callinex Mines

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We first met Max Porterfield all the way back in 2016 and, at the time, his company called Callinex Mines was primarily considered a base/industrial metal company. We've kept in touch over the years but the company slipped off my radar. And what a mistake that was! So here's an update from Max to get us all back up-to-speed on the exciting prospects for Callinex.

As recently as the last time we spoke to Max in February of 2020, Callinex shares were trading around 50¢ U.S. However, as of today, it's more like $2.50 U.S. See for yourself:

So, obviously, there's something exciting going on here and Max fills us in today. You'll here about their exciting copper results in Manitoba, their silver discoveries in New Brunswick and the potential resource that they have in Newfoundland.

Of course, you must always conduct all of your own due diligence on any company that piques your interest. You can start by visiting the Callinex website. Once there, you might be sure to check these links and pages:

You should also be sure to research the company through its ticker symbols of "CNX" in Canada and "CLLXF" in the U.S.

Many thanks to Max for his time and many congratulations, too, for his success and his perseverance with Callinex. I look forward to keeping in touch and following Callinex more closely in the future.

TF

This video was conducted on behalf of Callinex Mines, and was funded by Gold Standard Media LLC and/or affiliates. For our full disclaimer, please visit: https://www.goldstandardir.com/callinex-disclaimer-1/

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