UEX Corporation

UEX finds mineralization at Christie Lake

UEX (TSX: UEX) has intersected new uranium mineralization at its 60%-owned Christie Lake project, 9 km northeast of Cameco’s (TSX: CCO; NYSE: CCJ) McArthur River…




TSX slips, Nov. 20-26

Canadian equities ended the trading week in the red. The S&P/TSX Composite Index fell 0.4% to 13,425.19. The S&P/TSX Global Mining Index lost 2.2% to finish at 45.12, and the S&P/TSX Capped Diversified Metals & Mining Index…


UEX casts new light on Christie Lake uranium property

When Japanese-owned JCU Exploration sought a partner for its Christie Lake property, 9 km along strike of Cameco’s (TSX: CCO; NYSE: CCJ) McArthur River — the world’s largest uranium mine in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca basin…



Areva Resources Canada geologist John Robbins (left) and UEX CEO Graham Thody at the Shea Creek uranium project in Saskatchewan. Source: UEX

UEX, Areva boost resources at Shea Creek

UEX (UEX-T) has bumped up resources at its 49%-held Shea Creek uranium project in the Athabasca basin of northern Saskatchewan. The project boasts the largest undeveloped uranium resource in the much-coveted basin, and third largest…



UEX, Areva boost uranium resources at Shea Creek

UEX (UEX-T) has bumped up resources at its 49%-held Shea Creek uranium project in the Athabasca basin of northern Saskatchewan, now the largest undeveloped uranium resource in the much coveted basin, demoting Cameco’s (CCO-T,…


Wide interval of high-grade at Fission’s Patterson Lake

Fission Energy (FIS-V) jumped 23.94% to 44¢ a share with 1.75 million shares changing hands after the company reported drilling at the Patterson Lake South project in northern Saskatchewan intersected a shallow 6.0-metre interval of…


Is more uranium consolidation on the way?

The Fukushima nuclear disaster may have winded the nuclear power and uranium markets, but the furious pace of consolidation in the uranium mining sector is leaving investors betting on the next takeover target.So far this year, no less than…


ESO Uranium project manager Garrett Ainsworth (left) with his father Ben, vice-president of exploration, at the Patterson Lake South uranium project in Saskatchewan. Photo by ESO Uranium

ESO Uranium digs into the Athabasca basin

Ben Ainsworth joined the board of Hathor Exploration in 2005 and served as vice-president of exploration during the junior’s development of its high-grade Roughrider uranium deposit in northern Saskatchewan’s Athabasca basin, about…