Peter G. Dasler, P.Geo., President and CEO, Director, of CanAlaska Uranium Ltd.  discusses with Senior Broadcast Journalist, Steve Darling, about details of CanAlaska's joint venture with Cameco and the West McArthur project.

Peter G. Dasler, P.Geo., President and CEO, Director, of CanAlaska Uranium Ltd (TSX-V: CVV), discusses the company's strategic holdings and its positioning for discovery success in the world's richest uranium district.

Saskatchewan is known as the "Saudi Arabia of Uranium", where Cameco made a new discovery in 2017 at one of CanAlaska's key properties. With global energy needs increasing, CanAlaska is well positioned for growth during a period of rising prices.


CanAlaska Uranium Ltd

CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (TSX-V: CVV; OTCQB: CVVUF; Frankfurt: DH7N) holds interests in approximately 500,000 hectares (1.2 million acres), one of the largest land positions in Canada's Athabasca Basin region, dubbed the "Saudi Arabia of Uranium" due to the area's large, high-grade uranium resources. CanAlaska's strategic holdings have attracted major international mining companies: Cameco, Denison, KORES, and KEPCO to explore the company's projects.

CanAlaska is a "project generator" with a management and technical consulting team comprised of geologists and geophysicists with extensive experience identifying exploration targets in the Athabasca Basin for major mining companies. CanAlaska's primary focus is on advancing the West McArthur and Cree East uranium projects.



  • Adjacent to the world's richest uranium mine; Cameco's McArthur River

  • $20 million of work successfully identified 7 Target Areas; currently being evaluated.

  • Objective: a large unconformity uranium deposit

  • Priority Targets on grid 5 and grid 1



  • Located 35 kilometres from the Key Lake mine, over 56,000 hectares land package

  • Objective: a large unconformity uranium deposit

  • Extensive uranium bearing systems, 9 target areas being tested

  • Korean Consortium has contributed $19M for a 50% interest in the partnership