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Minor Bay


Key points of interest:

The West Bear deposit, 14 km to the west, occurs 15-26 metres below the surface, both above and below the Athabasca unconformity, making it the shallowest identified uranium deposit in the basin. UEX Inc. reported reserves in 2009 of 85,300 tonnes grading 0.843% U3O8 using a 0.04% U3O8 cut-off (UEX Corporation, Report on Preliminary Feasibility Study of the West Bear Deposit, Hidden Bay Project, Saskatchewan, February 24, 2010).

The Minor Bay property consists of six mineral claims totaling 5,981 ha.  located just outside of the eastern Athabasca Basin, approx 22 km south of the Rabbit Lake uranium mine and 14 km east of the unmined West Bear uranium deposit.

Long strike length electromagnetic conductors trend along the north edge of the Minor Bay property, wrap around Burman Island just off the east edge of the claims, and trend back onto the east end of the property. Burman Island, just east of the claims, is host to a 1.3 km long radioactive frost-heave boulder train comprised of graphite schist boulders that contain up to 0.27% U3O8. The boulder train axis is sub-parallel to brecciated, sheared graphitic schist fault zones that returned a drill intersection of 0.053% U3O8 from 17.5m 17.9m (Wyoming Mineral Corp. 1977 Saskatchewan Mineral Deposit Index record# 1905, DDH BUR-1).

Qualified Person: The technical information in this website has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101 and reviewed by Ross McElroy, P.Geol. ,President and COO for Fission 3.0 Corp., a Qualified Person.

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