CanAlaska’s Enterprise property, totaling 12,060 ha, is located in the southeastern Athabasca Basin. The project is twenty kilometres south of the present-day Athabasca Basin edge and the Key Lake Mine and Mill complex along Highway 914. Historical exploration on the project consists of prospecting and geological mapping that were completed in conjunction with airborne radiometric, electromagnetic, and magnetic surveys in the 1970’s and 1980’s. In the early 2000’s, a helicopter-borne AeroTEM electromagnetic and magnetic survey was completed and followed up by a series of ground-based gravity and Horizontal Loop EM (HLEM) surveys. The gravity and HLEM surveys identified two conductive corridors on the northern claims, Target Corridor 1 and Target Corridor 2, that have associated gravity low anomalies. These target corridors represent drill-ready target areas on the project. The Company believes the Enterprise project is prospective for discovery of basement-hosted uranium targets and that modern property-wide high-resolution geophysical surveys followed by ground-based prospecting may aid in identifying additional priority targets. The company is actively seeking joint-venture partners for its Enterprise project.