Fission finds more uranium to the west of PLS’s Triple R deposit

August 25, 2016

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Explorer Fission Uranium has found uranium pathfinder elements and strong radioactivity in two new drill holes completed to the west of the western-most deposit at the Patterson Lake South (PLS) project, in Canada’s Athabasca basin. The Kelowna, British Columbia-based junior on Wednesday announced the results of the final 11 exploration drill holes from its summer campaign comprising seven core holes and four reverse circulation (RC) holes at its PLS property, which is host to the Triple R deposit, which the company says is the only major, high-grade deposit in the region that is potentially openpittable.

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