CanAlaska’s McTavish property, totaling 2,685 ha, is located in the Eastern Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada. The project is located 5 km northwest of Cameco’s Millennium uranium deposit. The project area has been periodically explored for unconformity-type uranium deposits since the late 1970’s with work on and adjacent to the project consisting of airborne and ground geophysical surveys, boulder prospecting, and diamond drilling. The most recent work, conducted by Kodiak Exploration Ltd. and CanAlaska Uranium Ltd., between 2006 and 2010, included airborne and ground geophysical surveys which identified two conductive corridors, the D-1 and D-2, that transect the project, followed by five drillholes on the project grounds. The most encouraging drill results in the area are 400 m to the south of the property along the D-2 conductive corridor in WM-09-04, which intersected a mineralized fracture immediately above the unconformity (0.05 m at 0.13% U3O8) and a wide graphitic-pyritic pelite interval in the basement. The company is actively seeking joint-venture partners for its McTavish project.