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Exploring for Uranium in the Athabasca Basin, SK

The 9,524ha Mckenzie Lake Property is situated along the southeastern edge of the Athabasca Basin, approximately 43 kilometers east-southeast of the McArthur River mine, 78 kilometers southwest of the past producing Rabbit Lake uranium mine, and 51 kilometers south-southeast of the producing Cigar Lake uranium mine. Read More...
closeThe Close Lake Project, which is comprised of a singe mineral disposition covering an area of ~596 hectares, is ~10.6km northwest of the Cigar Lake mine. The Tucker NE conductivity trend, which lies immediately north of the CL Property, was delineated by a 1991 Comega (now Areva) ground EM survey and a 2004 MEGATEM Airborne EM & Magnetic Survey. Read More...
hoppyThe Hoppy Lake Property he Hoppy Lake Property covers an area of 1924 hectares and is ~10km southwest of the Cigar Lake Mine. To date, the deposit has a strike length of 320 m (1,049.9 ft) and a width of 160 m (524.9 ft). Read More...
waterburryThe Mitchell Lake Project. The 292-hectare claim is on the eastern edge of the Athabasca Basin, adjoining to the south, Cameco’s Mitchell Lake Zone and 2.2km to the south, UEX’s West Bear Deposit.  Significant exploration projects in the immediate include UEX’s Hidden Bay Project, Fission’s Minor Bay Project, Pitchstone’s Martin, as well as Projects controlled by Denison Mines and JNR Resources. The Mitchell Lake Project is subject to a 50% earn-in agreement with 92 Resources Corp. Read More...

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