The 2Z project is located 30 kilometers southeast of Cigar Lake mine and 11 kilometers southeast of Sand Lake uranium deposit. The project consists of four mineral claims totaling 354 hectares. The vertical depth to the unconformity is 60 to 100 meters. The Wolf grid conductive trend extends onto the eastern part of 2Z.
The Cable project is situated in the east-central portion of the Athabasca Basin. The project comprises ten contiguous claims and one non-contiguous claim covering 44,425 hectares with a vertical depth to the unconformity between 870 to 1,000 metres.
The Carlson Creek project is located 19 kilometres northeast of the McArthur River mine and five kilometres east of the Paul Bay, Ken-Pen, and Orora zones. Carlson Creek comprises one claim covering 759 hectares in the Key Lake – McArthur River – Cigar Lake corridor. The vertical depth to the unconformity is 410 to 460 metres.
Collins Bay Extension
The Collins Bay Extension (CBX) project is located 10 km northeast of Eagle point mine, 17 km east of McClean Lake mine, and 20 km northeast of Rabbit Lake mine and mill. The project consists of 15 mineral claims totaling 9,337 hectares. Significant regional trends and structures extend onto the CBX property including the Collins Bay Fault and Collins Bay and Tent-Seal conductive trends. The project is proximal to the edge of the Athabasca Basin.
The Eagle project is located 47 kilometres west of McClean Lake mine and 37 kilometers southwest of Hurricane Zone. The project comprises one claim covering 5,887 hectares. The vertical depth to the unconformity intersected in neighboring drill holes is 530 to 675 metres.
The East Rim project straddles the eastern margin of the Athabasca Basin 8 kilometres south of the West Bear Uranium-Nickel-Cobalt Deposit and comprises 12 claims totaling 25,111 hectares.
The Edge Project is located 19 kilometres northeast of the Hurricane zone and comprises 3 claims totaling 6,515 hectares. Drilling indicates the vertical depth to the unconformity is 40 metres.
The Evergreen Project is located along the southeastern edge of the Athabasca Basin, approximately 20 kilometers west of the Key Lake mine and mill. About 80% of the property is beyond the margin of the Athabasca Basin and has no sandstone cover. Evergreen comprises 19 claims covering 33,516 hectares with a vertical depth to the unconformity between 0 and 50 meters.
The Full Moon Project is located 18 kilometres north of the McClean Lake Mill, 14 kilometres east of the Hurricane zone, and comprises 17 claims totaling 11,107 hectares. Drilling indicates the vertical depth to the unconformity is 27 to 133 metres.
The Hawk Project comprises one claim totaling 5,961 hectares and is located 37 kilometres west of the Larocque East property which hosts the Hurricane zone. Drilling indicates the vertical depth to the unconformity is 600 to 700 metres.
The Horizon project is located 30 kilometres northeast of the McClean Lake mine, 35 kilometers north of the Eagle point mine, and 45 kilometres north of the Rabbit Lake mine and mill. The project comprises three mineral claims totalling 15,748 hectares proximal to the eastern edge of the Athabasca Basin.
The Larocque West project is located 5 kilometres west of the Larocque Lake Zone, 10 kilometres southwest the Hurricane zone, and 35 kilometres northwest of McClean Lake mine. The project consists of 6 mineral claims totalling 509 hectares. The vertical depth to the unconformity is 335 metres.
The Madison Project is located 14 kilometres east from the Sand Lake uranium deposit (1.3 metres at 22% U3O8) and only 7 kilometres west of Highway 905. The Madison property has seen 11 historic drill holes by Eldorado, Denison, and Cameco, with only one occurring after 1989. Sandstone cover is very thin at only 60 metres. The property comprises one claim covering 1,347 hectares.
The North Thorburn project is located 13 kilometres east of the Cigar Lake mine, four kilometres south of the Natona Bay Pod, and 4 kilometres north of the Thorburn Lake deposit. North Thorburn comprises one claim covering 1,708 hectares which is transected by the Cigar Lake Road. The vertical depth to the unconformity is approximately 300 metres.
The Ranger project is located 25 kilometres east of the McArthur River mine, 30 kilometers south of the Cigar Lake mine, and 9 kilometres west of the West Bear uranium and cobalt deposit. The project comprises six claims covering 15,619 hectares with a vertical depth to the unconformity between 71 and 223 metres.
The Spruce Project is located along the south margin of the Athabasca basin, 56 kilometres west of the Key Lake Mill, and comprises 16 claims totaling 4,836 hectares. Drilling indicates the vertical depth to the unconformity is 0 to 100 metres.
The Trident Project is located only 4 kilometres southeast of the Raven and Horseshoe deposits, 8 kilometres south of the Rabbit Lake mine and mill, and 11 kilometres northeast of the West Bear uranium and cobalt deposit. Trident’s five claims cover 15,874 hectares immediately adjacent to the Athabasca Basin. Highway 955 passes through the project.
The Whitewater Project is located 32 kilometres northwest of Stony Rapids and 15 kilometres northeast of the Athabasca Basin. The property comprises 5 claims totalling 7,833 hectares and covering 11 km of the Grease River Shear.
The Whitewater East Project is located 29 kilometres northwest of Stony Rapids, 20 kilometres north of the Athabasca Basin, and 11 kilometres east of IsoEnergy’s Whitewater property. Whitewater East is one claim of 1,147 hectares within the Tantato Domain and is adjacent to the Grease River Shear.