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First Nation election results light a spark under Niobay Metals stock

In his July 4th Discovery Watch broadcast, John Kaiser provides an update on the Frist Nation situation confronting Niobay Metals (NBY) which he has discussed in previous episodes. Kaiser first puts the supply picture of niobium, a mineral with anticorrosive properties used in steel applications, into perspective. He notes that most of the world's supply comes from just three mines including Araxá in Brazil and the privately held Niobec operation in Quebec. Kaiser also explains that Niobay Metals has been frustrated in moving ahead with its exploration plans at its James Bay niobium project located in Ontario due to opposition led by former Moose Cree First Nations chief Patricia Faries. However, on July 2nd a new election took place which saw Marven Cheechoo win the Chief position, handily beating incumbent Faries. This is a positive development according to Kaiser:

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