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  • CanAlaska Uranium (CVV) has begun a high-resolution helicopter-borne aeromagnetics and radiometrics survey on its Geikie project
  • The Geikie project is 100 per cent owned by the company and totals 338 sq. km. (33,897 hectares) and is in the eastern Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan
  • The property-wide survey consists of 3,731 line-km’s of airborne surveying at 100 metre line-spacing across the project to identify magnetic and radiometric anomalies for future targeted ground prospecting and drilling
  • The company identified multiple target areas on the project, as well as numerous uranium showings with up to 0.23 per cent uranium
  • CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. was down 3.08 per cent at $0.31 at 12:05 p.m. ET

CanAlaska Uranium (CVV) has begun a high-resolution helicopter-borne aeromagnetics and radiometrics survey on its Geikie project.

The Geikie project is 100 per cent owned by the company and totals 338 sq. km. (33,897 hectares) and is located in the eastern Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan.

The property-wide survey consists of 3,731 line-km’s of airborne surveying at 100-metre line-spacing across the project to identify magnetic and radiometric anomalies for future targeted ground prospecting and drilling.

The company identified multiple target areas on the project, as well as numerous uranium showings with up to 0.23 per cent uranium.

CanAlaska’s CEO, Cory Belyk, commented that this airborne program will represent the company’s first work on this newly staked project and results from this survey will help guide the next steps of project activity.

“These are critical data layers to add to the exploration portfolio that will provide existing confirmation of targets and add new targets for immediate follow-up. We look forward to aggressively moving this project forward with Basin Energy in the fall of 2022.”

CanAlaska Uranium is engaged in exploring uranium, nickel, and diamond properties.

CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. was down 3.08 per cent at $0.31 at 12:05 p.m. ET.

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