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Uranium North Resources Moves Fuel and Drilling Supplies to Amer Lake Project

Uranium North Resources is exploring five gold properties, in which two properties are for drilling.

Additionally, the Company is scheduling an aggressive drilling expansion program at its Amer Lake uranium property.

The company has moved the drilling and fuel supplies to the Amer Lake project in Nunavut. The agreements and permits for the drilling program have been concluded. The company is anticipating the drill and the crew to land on site in the first week of June to commence the drilling process.

This drilling program is inexpensive so the company will try to extend the Main Zone deposit by 100%.

The company will start the proposed drilling program of around 2,500 metres of reverse circulation (RC) drilling. This drilling will analyze the southern extension of the Main Zone deposit wherein the former drilling results have encountered up to 0.29% U308. The company has moved adequate fuel and drilling supplies to the area given the choice to enhance the drill program to 5,000 metres.


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