CanAlaska’s Frontier property, totaling 15,929 ha, is located in the northeastern Athabasca Basin. The project is five kilometres northeast of the present-day Athabasca Basin edge along the regional-scale Roughrider Mineralized Corridor (RMC). The RMC is host to multiple uranium deposits and showings, including Roughrider, Midwest, J Zone, Dawn Lake, Moonlight, Osprey, and the McClean Lake mine (Jeb deposit) and mill complex. On the property, the RMC is bound by magnetic high bodies to the east and west with major corridor parallel and cross-cutting magnetic structural lineaments. The interplay between structures along long linear magnetic low corridors is typical of many unconformity uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin and allows for the creation of structural traps for potential uranium deposition. Historical exploration on the project has been limited to regional airborne and prospecting which identified the Point Lake anomaly. More recent work on the project includes a detailed property-wide aeromagnetic survey and a small VTEM survey on the very southern portion. The company is actively seeking joint-venture partners for its Frontier project.