Purepoint is a uranium exploration company driven by intellectual, precision prospecting focusing on distinct, targeted properties with historic significance in the Canadian Athabasca Basin.
Our objective is to enhance stakeholder value through the ongoing implementation of a cornerstone strategy concentrated on aggressive research, acquisition and exploration of key properties resulting in responsible and sustainable growth and as well as decades of experience in the Athabasca Basin, is passionate about staying focused on projects with strong, high-grade uranium potential.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerUranium
Purepoint Uranium Reports Results of Next Series of Four Holes Drilled at Spitfire Zone
Purepoint Uranium Completes Technical Reports on McArthur East, Henday and Umfreville Projects
Purepoint Uranium Group Commences Drilling at Hook Lake JV Project
Purepoint Uranium Group Provides Update on Hook Lake JV Project
Purepoint Uranium Group Provides Results from Drill Program at Red Willow JV Project in Saskatchewan
Purepoint Uranium Group Provides Results from 2014 Winter Drill Program at Hook Lake JV Project
Purepoint Reports Initial Results from Newly Discovered Uranium Mineralization Zone at Hook Lake Project
Rio Tinto Presents Winter Drill Program Plans for Purepoint's Red Willow Project
Purepoint Uranium Initiates Drilling at Athabasca Basin Hook Lake Joint Venture Project
Purepoint Submits NI 43-101 Compliant Technical Report on Red Willow Uranium Project
Purepoint Unveils Results of the Red Willow North EM Survey
Purepoint Uranium Group Announces Resumption of Drilling at Smart Lake Project
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