Athabasca Basin: Host to the World's Richest Uranium Deposits

Athabasca Basin Location – Saskatchewan, Canada

Illustrated Map of PurePoint Project Sites

Western Athabasca Projects

Hook Lake

Located within the Patterson Uranium District, the Hook Lake is a project owned jointly by Cameco Corporation (39.5%), Orano Canada Inc. (39.5%) (formerly known as Areva Canada Inc.)  ...

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Smart Lake

Purepoint (as operator) holds a 27% ownership of the Smart Lake project in joint venture with Cameco Corporation. The Smart Lake property includes two claims with a total area of 9,8...

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Rene Lake

The Rene Lake project is owned 100% by Purepoint and it includes two claims with a total area of 5,437 hectares due north of the Smart Lake Project, proximal to the Clearwater Domain. ...

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Shearwater

The Shearwater project is owned 100% by Purepoint and it includes 14 claims with a total area of 26,244 hectares situated due south of Smart Lake Project, proximal to the Clearwater Dom...

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Langley Lake

The Langley Lake project is owned 100% by Purepoint and includes three claims with a total area of 9,147 hectares, situated due south of the Hook Lake Project. Initial exploration plans...

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Eastern Athabasca Projects

Red Willow

The 100% owned Red Willow property is situated on the eastern edge of the Athabasca Basin in Northern Saskatchewan, Canada and consists of 17 mineral claims having a total area of 40,11...

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McArthur East

The 100% owned McArthur East property adjoins Cameco’s McArthur River project, which contains the world's largest high-grade uranium deposit, and is situated due south of the Cigar La...

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Henday Lake

The 100% owned Henday Lake property is 1,029 hectares in size and consists of 2 claims. This property is located nine kilometres northwest of Orano's Midwest Lake deposit (41 million lb...

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Turnor Lake

The Turnor Lake project is 100% owned by Purepoint and includes five claims with a total area of 9,706 hectares situated in the eastern plane of the Athabasca Basin. Depth to the unconf...

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Umfreville

Originally covering over 60,000 hectares, the Umfreville Project has been refined to the most prospective target areas using results from airborne gravity, magnetic and electromagnetic ...

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