Brades Resource Corp has partnered with Fission 3.0 Corp. to explore Fission’s highly prospective Clearwater West property in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin – the world’s largest source of high-grade uranium. Fission, the Operator of the project, shares the same industry-leading technical team as Fission Uranium (two major high-grade uranium discoveries in three years, PDAC 2014 Bill Dennis Award for Exploration Success, The Northern Miner ‘Persons of the Year’ 2013). Brades has an additional uranium project in the Basin and a gold project in British Columbia.
Uranium: In Canada’s Athabasca Basin, Brades has 100% ownership of the Lorne Lake project - 40,000+ hectares in the western area of the Basin, situated beside the Centennial Deposit owned by Cameco/Areva. The company’s JV project with Fission 3.0, Clearwater West, is immediately adjacent to Fission Uranium’s Patterson Lake South (PLS) property – host to a major high-grade, shallow depth uranium discovery. Fission will be the Operator at Clearwater West.
Gold: Brades’ 100%-owned BRC gold project in North Western British Columbia, covers just over 14,000 hectares, where it has just completed a full spring/summer exploration program. The BRC property is in close proximity to Imperial Metals Red Chris and Teck Corp’s Galore Creek and Shaft Creek Deposits.