Alpha Copper Corp
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Based in Canada
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Alpha Copper Corp. is a Canada-based mineral exploration company. The Company has two projects: Indata project and the Okeover project. The Indata property is a copper-gold property located in north-central British Columbia on the east side of Albert Lake. The Indata Property comprises approximately 16 mineral claims totaling 3,189 hectares. The Okeover project is a copper and molybdenum property situated on the south coast of British Columbia 25 kilometers (kms) north of Powell River’s deep water port facilities and 145 kms northwest of Vancouver. It comprises over 11 mineral claims totaling 4,613 hectares.

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