- Purepoint has the most advanced exploration portfolio of uranium projects in the Athabasca Basin, the world’s richest uranium region
- Two high-value partnerships with Cameco Corporation and Orano Canada Inc., with joint ventures on the Hook Lake and Smart Lake projects.
- Apart from Hook Lake and Smart Lake, the company also operates an additional 10, 100-percent-owned, highly prospective uranium projects in Eastern Athabasca Basin, including the Red Willow, Turnor Lake, Henday Lake, Umfreville Lake and the Tabbernor Block properties.
- Purepoint has fully funded drilling programs underway, including drilling at the 100-percent-owned Red Willow & Turnor Lake (October/November 2022) and follow-up drill programs planned for 2023 winter season at Hook Lake and other projects.
- The company has a world-class leadership team with unparalleled experience and exploration expertise in the Athabasca Basin.
Often regarded as the third top Canadian mining investment jurisdiction in the world, the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan presents exceptional discovery and exploration opportunities for companies looking to enter the thriving uranium market.
According to leading strategists, uranium is still one of the best-performing commodities in the resource industry, despite experiencing recent disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic. With new reactors continually coming online to meet demand and a limited number of suppliers to fill it, looking to high-value mining jurisdictions for uranium is one of the best strategies for companies trying to get ahead of the crowd.
Purepoint Uranium Group (TSXV:PTU,OTCQB:PTUUF) has been a major player in the Athabasca Basin for some time now, actively acquiring and operating an exploration pipeline of 12 advanced projects, including its flagship Hook Lake project, Red Willow, Smart Lake, Turnor Lake, Henday Lake, Umfreville and the Tabbernor Block projects.