MPVC Inc. (TSXV:UNO) announced the final RadonEx results for its Northwest Manitoba Uranium project, recently optioned from CanAlaska Uranium Limited. MPVC expects drilling on the project to commence shortly.
As quoted in the press release:
In RadonEx’s final report they identify 7 priority one drill targets and 5 priority two drill targets from the survey. These targets are centred in the radon in water trends thought to be indicative of bedrock-hosted uranium mineralization. Significantly RadonEx state that the radon in water values at Maguire Lake approach closely the highest values received at the Patterson Lake South uranium discovery. Having now obtained a complete radon flux map for the whole of the Maguire Lake structural trend (both on-shore and in the lake) the drilling of the high priority land based targets will commence shortly. It is estimated that approximately 40 holes will be drilled to test these anomalous “on-land” AlphaTrack radon targets. Maps displaying these radon flux results are available within a presentation on the Company’s new website www.northernuranium.com.