Beaverlodge Area Projects
Key Points of Interest
- This property is located on the north edge of the Athabasca Basin, 20 km west of the Fond-du-Lac Uranium deposit and 60 km east of the Beaver Lodge uranium district.
- The Property surrounds the historic Isle Brochet radioactive-sandstone boulder trains, 1 km long dispersal trains trending along the main ice direction and containing up to 3% uranium. Approximately 600 m to the northeast several more radioactive boulders of both sandstone and basement origin were discovered. Historic drilling proximal to these boulders did not intersect any significant radioactivity. Drilling only tested the top of the basement lithologies, and did not extend beyond the edge of the mapped Athabasca sediments. The source of the boulders remains undetermined.
- Strong airborne EM conductors within the property were identified by historic surveys up-ice of the radioactive boulder trains.