Other Projects

NE Wollaston

Location The NE Wollaston projects consist of four claim groupings totalling 29,671 hectares, located 60 kilometres northeast of Cameco’s Rabbit Lake mill and Eagle Point mine (Figure 1). Geology The project areas cover the Collins Bay Fault, host to the Rabbit Lake, Collins Bay A, B and D, and Eagle Point orebodies, beyond the edge … Read more

Athabasca Diamond Project

In late December 2017, CanAlaska staked 3 claims, in an area recently opened for staking, north of Patterson Lake, Saskatchewan. These claims contain kimberlite-style targets with clear magnetic responses similar to the ones tested by De Beers in 2016, but here these magnetic anomalies are associated with strong electromagnetic responses, modeled to be over 50 … Read more


Location The Waterbury project is composed of 3 separate groups of claims totaling 6089 hectares, located 12 kilometres east from the Cigar Lake Deposit and 10 kilometres south of the Midwest mine. The NW claim was sold to Cameco in 2016; CanAlaska retains a royalty. The remaining two claims have a combined area of 2,325 … Read more


Location This project is comprised of one claim of 2,716 hectares. The Moon property lies approximately midway between the McArthur River and Key Lake mines, and just west of the Key-McArthur road. The property is about 8 km east-southeast of Cameco’s Millenium uranium deposit, and immediately southwest of Denison’s Phoenix and Gryphon uranium deposits (Figure … Read more

Mouse Mountain Cu-Au Project

Summary of the Mouse Mountain Project Mouse Mountain is a well known Cu-Au porphyry located in the central Quesnellia terrane between Mt Polley and Mt Milligan. It has seen sporadic exploration since the 1950’s when a carload of hand sorted ore grading 5.5% Cu was sent to the Tacoma smelter. CanAlaska acquired the property by … Read more


Location The project consists of a block of two claims staked in 2012 totaling 3,015 hectares, located in the Patterson Lake area of the western Athabasca basin, Saskatchewan. An option agreement was signed with Makena Resources Inc in August 2013. But the property was returned to CanAlaska in 2017. Geology The West block straddles the … Read more


Location The project comprises 2,685 hectares and is located 10km west of the Millennium deposit and some 50km NNW of the Key Lake mine and 50km southwest of the McArthur River mine. Geology Basement rocks comprise Archean granitoids and Lower Proterozoic (Trans-Hudson) metamorphic rocks of the Wollaston and Mudjatik domains. These are unconformably overlain by … Read more

Key Lake

LOCATION The Key Lake project comprises 1 mineral claim of 851 hectares near the formerly producing Key Lake open pit uranium mine. GEOLOGY The project areas overly Wollaston Domain basement rocks 8 kilometres South and 12 kilometres Southwest of the Key Lake mine. The Wollaston domain is of Lower Proterozoic (Trans-Hudson) age and is composed … Read more

Thompson Nickel Belt

Thompson Nicket Belt CanAlaska has acquired three properties in the Thompson Nickel Belt: Strong, Hunter and North Manibridge. The Thompson Nickel Belt is the host of over 18 nickel deposits and is estimated to have produced over 5 billion lbs of nickel since 1959. The nickel deposits are hosted in the Opswagan Group, a sulphide-rich … Read more


The Kasmere property is located over the Wollaston Group rocks in Northern Manitoba, These rocks have significant potential for base metal and uranium deposition. The  project is operated by East Resources Inc. who flew an airborne survey in 2016.