High-grade, shallow-depth uranium discovery in Canada's Athabasca Basin (Saskatchewan) - home of the world's richest uranium deposits.

27,408 ha approx. 30 km south of UEX/AREVA Anne and Collette deposits near Shea Creek in the Athabasca Basin (Saskatchewan).

Three contiguous claims in same NE-SW-oriented magnetic low corridor as PLS discovery in Athabasca Basin (Saskatchewan).

Six claims totalling 15,373 ha located on the north-central edge of the Athabasca Basin (Saskatchewan).

Single claim of 2,941 ha located on the northeastern side of the Athabasca Basin (Saskatchewan). Significant prior exploration data.

1,188 ha claim approx. 15km west of Uranium City and 10km north of north-central area of Athabasca Basin (Saskatchewan).

Situated along NW margin of the Athabasca Basin (Alberta), approx. 10 km SW of Cameco's Maurice Bay Uranium Deposit.

Nine claim blocks encompassing 51 square km located within southeastern Peru - an emerging uranium district.