Whisky Gap Uranium Property
The Whiskey Gap Property consists of 2 metallic mineral permits, each containing approximately an area of 36 square miles of favorable fluvial sandstone.
Sandstone deposits presently constitute about 18% of current world Uranium resources. These ore bodies are commonly low to medium grade (0.05 - 0.4% U3O 8) and are small to medium in size (ranging up to a maximum of 50,000 t U3O 8). The primary uranium minerals discovered are uraninite and coffinite. When permeable sandstone exists within such ore bodies, large conventional mining/milling operations have consistently been replaced by less expensive In Situ Leach (ISL) mining methods.
Rexpar Uranium Property
Consists of 3,129.5 hectares Mineral Claims in 40 parcels of "Crown Granted Titles". The Uranium Deposit is an advanced historic property located in the Kamloops Mining Division 130 kilometres north of the city of Kamloops British Columbia and more specifically immediately south of the Village of Birch Island on the North Thompson River. The property is accessible via the main transcontinental line of the Canadian National Railway and B.C highway No. 5, both of which pass through the Village of Birch Island.
The Uranium Deposit was first discovered to have fluorite in 1918 and in 1926 Smuggler Hill Development Company developed a lead/silver deposit. Uranium deposit was discovered first in 1949 and an extensive drilling and underground workings outlined three zones of uranium mineralization of "A", "B", and "BD" or "Black Diamond" zones.
Company Contact Info:
475 Howe St.
Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 2B3
Phone: 604 608-6314
Registered in the state of Nevada
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