Dawn Lake is an established joint venture in the eastern Athabasca Basin operated by Cameco. In addition to work on the Tamarack deposit, we are evaluating various regional targets with discovery potential at depths of less than 300 metres. At 175 metres below surface, the Tamarack deposit holds potential for an open pit mine. The Tamarack deposit is about 600 metres long, 30 metres wide and an average 15 metres thick.
- Continue to explore for new deposits and delineate and expand the resources
- Characterize and test drill in priority areas along known mineralized trends
- Continue to delineate the Tamarack deposit and advance toward pre-feasibility stage
|2005-present||extensive drilling of the Tamarack deposit producing 20,000 metres of core|
|1985-1999||exploration of regional targets finds significant uranium mineralization at Natona Bay, Thorburn Lake, La Rocque Lake and Collins Creek (now known as Tamarack)|
|1983||Cameco, through predecessor company SMDC, becomes project operator|
|1978||discovery of unconformity mineralization near Dawn Lake|
|1976||area first explored by Asamera Oil Corp. Ltd.|
Recent drill pads can...
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