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.)  ...


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...


Eastern Athabasca Projects

Denare West

The Denare West Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) project is located in east-central Saskatchewan, roughly 55 kilometres west-southwest of Flin Flon, Manitoba and it comprises 10 clai...


Tower Project

Originally known as the “MillKey” Project, the 100%-owned Tower Project consists of 10 claims totaling 23,159 hectares located within the Tabberbor Fault System.More

Tabbernor Project

The 100% owned Tabbernor Project was staked along three major trends of the Tabbernor Fault System, a deep seated, 1,500-kilometre crustal shear system that...


Russell South

The 100% owned Russell Lake Project is located near the south-central edge of the Athabasca Basin covering an area of 13,320 hectares, w...


Carson Lake

The 100%-owned Carson Lake Project consists of 2 claims totaling 4,972 hectares on the eastern side of Canada’s Athabasca Basin. It adjoins ValOre Metals Hatchet Lake Project (optione...


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...


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...


Turnor Lake

The 100%-owned Turnor Lake project consists of 4 claims totaling 9,705 hectares on the eastern side of Canada’s Athabasca Basin. Four distinct exploration areas have been defined by P...


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