KEY LAKE SOUTH

INTRODUCTION

With uranium, rare earths, nickel and cobalt potentials, the Key Lake South project consists of 1,794 ha located in the Athabasca Basin area in Saskatchewan.

It is situated approximately 5km from Key Lake Uranium Mill, and within vicinity of modern state-of-the-art uranium mining infrastructure.

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Key Lake Uranium Mill.The Largest Uranium Production Centre in the World(International Atomic Energy Agency, 2020). Source: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. Click Image to Enlarge
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Nearby Historic Regional Operations

Key Lake Mill. Source: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. Click Image to Enlarge
CNSC inspector measuring gamma dose rate. Source: Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. Click Image to Enlarge

Regional Setting

URANIUM

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Uranium Targets of Key Lake South

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Anastamozing Faults
(interpreted)

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RARE EARTHS

Rare Earths at Key Lake South

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(THREE+Y)/TREE (%) = 4.7~6.6
(Government of Saskatchewan, Report 264)

NOTE: All REE data subject to verification through future exploration

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Above detection limit

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(AR 74H04-0120)

NICKEL/COBALT

EV batteries are charged and discharged by the flow of lithium ions between the graphite-containing anode and the cathode.

Sediments show up to 840 ppm Nickel and 115 ppm Cobalt in Zimmer Lake (proximal to Key Lake).

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