NetworkNewsBreaks – First Cobalt Corp. (TSX.V: FCC) (OTCQX: FTSSF) Posts Corporate Video Featuring its Refinery

Vertically integrated North American pure-play cobalt company First Cobalt (TSX.V: FCC) (OTCQX: FTSSF) (ASX: FCC) this morning released a corporate video highlighting the First Cobalt Refinery in Ontario, Canada. The video offers a look inside the company’s refinery, which is the only permitted cobalt refinery in North America capable of producing battery materials. The video, titled, “Get to Know the First Cobalt Refinery,” also includes comments from the company’s management team.

The video is now available on the company’s website at http://nnw.fm/KhcE6

To view the full press release, visit http://nnw.fm/erg1X

About First Cobalt Corp.

First Cobalt is a vertically integrated North American pure-play cobalt company. First Cobalt has three significant North American assets: the Iron Creek Project in Idaho, the Canadian Cobalt Camp and the only permitted cobalt refinery in North America capable of producing battery materials. For more information, visit http://nnw.fm/FTSSF

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