Additional Opportunities

Waterbury East

CanAlaska’s Waterbury East property, totaling 1,337 ha is located in the northeastern Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada. The project has approximately 200 m of Athabasca sandstone cover overlying the basement rocks of the Wollaston Domain. The claim has been subject to historical regional and project scale ground and airborne geophysical surveys that highlight at 7 km … 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

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

Ruttan area Cu-Zn Project

Summary of the Nisku Property The Nisku Property is located 10 km of the former Ruttan Mine. It is underlain by a volcano-sedimentary sequence similar to the one hosting the Ruttan deposit. Old drill holes show the presence of chalcopyrite in several horizons. A VTEM survey carried out in 2009 by Kria Resources outline a … Read more