CanAlaska’s Kingston property, totaling 12,769 ha, is located 90 km from the northeastern margin of the present-day Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada. The Kingston project is part of CanAlaska’s NE Wollaston land package, where the main target is basement-hosted uranium deposits similar to Eagle Point or Arrow. The property is host to the extension of the Collins Bay Fault zone, which is host to the Rabbit Lake, Collins Bay A, B and D, and Eagle Point orebodies to the southwest of the property. Previous exploration within the project area has identified a boulder train in the southeast corner of the project that is immediately down-ice of the Collins Bay Fault containing boulders with up to 0.57% (5,768 ppm) uranium. Additionally, anomalous nickel in lake sediments has been identified along the Maguire Fault in the northeast corner of the property. The company has identified several new uranium targets outlined by coincident electromagnetic and gravity anomalies. The company is actively seeking joint-venture partners for its Kingston project.