Black Lake Uranium Project


The Black Lake Uranium Project is an exploration stage uranium project in the Athabasca Basin, that had previous exploration in the 1950’s and 1970’s, and which hosts known uranium mineralization 

Athabasca Basin

  • Saskatchewan is a Tier 1 mining jurisdiction


Highest Grade Global Uranium Deposits

  • Cigar Lake is the world’s highest grade uranium mine


A Long History of Uranium Mining

  • Saskatchewan is the 2nd largest global uranium producer


Black Lake Uranium Project

  • Located in the northeastern Athabasca Basin
  • Uranium discovered in 1950 and the last exploration work undertaken in the 1950’s and 1970’s
  • Land package consists of 20 mining claims covering 18,908 hectares
  • Four separate projects: Higginson Lake, Charlebois Lake, Fisher Hayes and Spreckley Lake
  • Uranium mineralization present on all four projects

Proposed Work Program

  • Airborne survey, ground geophysics to identify drill targets, followed by diamond drilling