CanAlaska Uranium Begins Drilling of 20 Holes at Cree East Project

- June 24th, 2010

CanAlaska Uranium report the beginning of summer operations for intensive diamond drilling on the Cree East project.
At Zone A, the drilling will focus on a major structural break in the conductive rocks. Previous drill holes CRE 008 and CRE 018, located only 180 metres apart, straddle the structure. These holes show strong brecciation and extensive hematite alteration, and […]

CanAlaska Uranium report the beginning of summer operations for intensive diamond drilling on the Cree East project.

At Zone A, the drilling will focus on a major structural break in the conductive rocks. Previous drill holes CRE 008 and CRE 018, located only 180 metres apart, straddle the structure. These holes show strong brecciation and extensive hematite alteration, and elevated uranium zones in the basement rocks in CRE018. There is a 60 metre vertical offset of the basement between these two holes (See News Release – April 13th, 2010).

CanAlaska Uranium’s President, Peter Dasler says:

“The drilling at Cree East is now closely focused on well-defined targets at relatively shallow depths. Our crew is confident that the planned summer drilling will intersect the major structures, around which we have been able to measure strong alteration, and increased uranium and base metal content. Positive results are expected from this summer’s work program”

For complete news release, click here.

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