eResearch Company report Watch List – CanAlaska Uranium Ltd.

CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (TSXV: CVV) Project generator mining company focused on a portfolio of Uranium projects in Saskatchewan and Nickel projects in Manitoba CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (“CanAlaska” or the “Company”) is a junior mineral exploration and Project Generator company focused primarily on uranium, nickel and diamond projects in western Canada. Currently, the Company controls 132,300 […]

ARTICLE: Group of premiers band together to develop nuclear reactor technology

 Publisher: CBC News Author: Elise von Scheel · CBC News Excerpt from CBC News · Posted: Dec 01, 2019 5:33 PM ET Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick will work together to research and build small modular reactors The premiers of Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick have committed to collaborate on developing nuclear reactor technology in Canada.  Doug Ford, Scott Moe […]

ARTICLE CanAlaska adds to excellent uranium targets

  Publisher: CanAlaska adds to excellent uranium targets CanAlaska Uranium (CVV-V) has been exploring in the Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan, the world’s richest uranium-producing region, since 2004. In that time it has seen over $85 million spent on its projects, mostly by joint venture partners including Mitsubishi, Korean Uranium Consortium JV, Denison Mines and others. […]

ARTICLE Forbes Investing: Uranium: Bullish Despite Oil’s Weakness

Forbes / Investing Uranium: Bullish Despite Oil’s Weakness The average gasoline price nationally is now below $2/gallon for the first time since 2009. It’s been a mild winter thus far, but home heating oil prices are the lowest they’ve been since 2004. The collapse of oil has dragged prices lower for almost every product in […]

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NORTHERN PROSPECTOR: Drilling Optimism – CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. is poised for discovery success

Northern Prospector Article Drilling Optimism CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. is poised for discovery success (MG15DD-0012) revealed two zones of highly anomalous responses attributable to uranium mineralization between 164 and 238 metres and between 285 and 347 metres. The current site intersects a substantial hydrothermal alteration zone, with several structures over a 100 metre width and 300 […]

STOCKHOUSE ARTICLE: CanAlaska (V.CVV) up 25% on Manitoba uranium find

Stockhouse Article CanAlaska (V.CVV) up 25% on Manitoba uranium find, Northern Uranium (V.UNO) also advances Northern Uranium Corp. (TSX: V.UNO, Stock Forum) rose 8% to 7 cents Wednesday after the company said it has intersected significant uranium mineralization on a northwest Manitoba project where it can earn a 70% interest from CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (TSX: […]

RESOURCE WORLD ARTICLE: A Case for Athbasca Uranium

Resource World Article February 2015 One of the more common elements in the Earth’s crust, uranium can be found almost everywhere, though concentrated ore bodies are relatively rare. Large deposits of uranium are found in Australia, Kazakhstan and Canada. The world’s largest uranium deposit, the Olympic Dam, is located in South Australia. Canada’s Athabasca Basin, […]

ARTICLE: Why we Need Nuclear Power to Save the Environment

Climate and Energy – February 9, 2015 The idea we might need nuclear power to save the environment may have seen farfetched thirty years ago, at the height of the anti-nuclear movement. But it’s an idea that more and more scientists of all stripes as well as energy experts and even environmentalists are coming to […]

ARTICLE FROM BLOOMBERG NEWS: China Needs 1,000 Nuclear Reactors to Fulfill Its Climate Pledge

Bloomberg News Excerpted from Bloomberg News Nov 21, 2014 5:34 AM PT China, which does nothing in small doses, will need about 1,000 nuclear reactors, 500,000 wind turbines or 50,000 solar farms as it takes up the fight against climate change. Chinese President Xi Jinping agreement last week with President Barack Obama requires a radical environmental and […]

ARTICLE: Editorial: After three long years, uranium has its day – Northern Miner

Excerpted from the Northern Miner, November, 12 2014 An encouraging feature of today’s mineral industry is that it’s not bad news across the board, as a few subsectors — such as diamonds and nickel — have seen strong price increases and renewed investor interest this year. Well, now we can add uranium to the list. After […]

NORTHERN MINER ARTICLE: Drill hole drives Northern Uranium’s shares higher

Northern Miner Article March 5, 2015 With Chuck Fipke, the man who discovered the Ekati diamond mine, as geological consultant, advisor and significant shareholder, and a recent run-up in the share price, Northern Uranium (TSXV: UNO; US-OTC: NOURF) is generating some interest. Just days before the start of the annual Prospectors and Developers Association mining […]

ARTICLE: Diamond company De Beers keen on northwest Saskatchewan

Kimberlite targets identified in northern parts of Saskatchewan Excerpted from CBC News   The mining company De Beers is ready to spend millions of dollars looking for diamonds in northern Saskatchewan. On Wednesday it was announced that De Beers had signed an agreement with CanAlaska — a company that has staked claims on kimberlite-style targets […]

ARTICLE: Signs of diamonds detected in the western Athabasca Basin

CanAlaska’s ChancesApril 2016 by Jillian Clark The western Athabasca Basin has seen a rush to the potentially diamond-rich area. CanAlaska has detected what appear to be kimberlites in the Athabasca basin. Until now, this extreme western area of Saskatchewan’s Athabasca basin has been ignored for exploration because of the thickness of the sandstone, which ranges […]

Video: CanAlaska: always looking for opportunities after De Beers kimberlite deal

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ARTICLE CanAlaska’s Chances

CanAlaska’s ChancesArticle from   CanAlaska Uranium (TSXV:CVV) Chief Peter Dasler tells me he’s about to become a ten year overnight success. That’s how long he’s been at the helm of tiny CanAlaska, which has potential exposure to multiple uranium and diamond discoveries. The company maintains one of the largest land positions in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca […]

Major uranium discovery in Athabasca Basin catalyst for strong partnership

Article from Jillian Clark, Mining and Exploration, Canadian Mining and Energy Canada’s Athabasca basin, located in northern Saskatchewan and a small portion of northern Alberta, has become somewhat of a legend for uranium production worldwide. Vast amounts of uranium have been uncovered over the past few years, especially in the West McArthur and Fox Lake […]

ARTICLE Northern Miner: CanAlaska Uranium regains momentum in the Athabasca

SASKATCHEWAN URANIUM | Project generator eyes market renaissanceArticle from Northern Miner by Matthew Keevil Project generator CanAlaska Uranium (TSXV: CVV; US-OTC: CVVUF) has been on a rough run since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster rocked the uranium industry in mid-2011, but the uranium junior remains one of the largest landholders in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca basin. The […]

ARTICLE: How Saskatchewan remade uranium mining

 Publisher: MINING.COM How Saskatchewan remade uranium mining String of high-grade high-tonnage discoveries reestablishes Canadian province as the world’s richest uranium jurisdiction Article from It’s a fact that new high-grade high-tonnage metal deposits are becoming extremely scarce, with falling grades and a lack of new world-class deposit discoveries. While it is next to impossible to imagine, […]

ARTICLE Resource World: Is uranium poised for a renaissance?

Is uranium poised for a renaissance?Article from Resource World by Thomas Schuster The short answer is yes. Numerous supply and demand statistics clearly point to that conclusion. The real question is not will the uranium price will rise but when? “Uranium is trading around US $30/lb,” said Peter Dasler, President and CEO of CanAlaska Uranium […]