CanAlaska’s Warren property, totaling 4,901 ha, is located 75 km from the northeastern margin of the present-day Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada. The Warren project is part of CanAlaska’s NE Wollaston land package, where the main target is basement-hosted uranium deposits similar to Eagle Point or Arrow. The project is located Northeast of the Watson Project straddling the interpreted Collins Bay Fault where the associated linear conductors are cross-cut by at least two east-northeast trending faults newly identified from historical magnetic surveys. These cross-cutting features also trend into the Burrill Project area to the west and the potential of this structural setting had not been recognized. As a result, no significant exploration has ever been completed in the Warren area. The company is actively seeking joint-venture partners for its Warren project.