Ontario-based Terraquest has evaluated a total of 1,326.5km line during October.

Exploration drilling and core recovery is planned to commence after the ground surveys.

Maybelle North and Richardson River property is located south of Lake Athabasca, along the Alberta – Saskatchewan border.

Aeroquest Airborne of Ontario has carried out survey on a total of 1,004km line during the second quarter of 2014.

Airborne data has intersected four parallel NW-SE conductors, including extensions to the Maybelle River Trend to the east and south, known to host the Dragon Lake uranium deposit.

Discovered in 1988, the Dragon Lake uranium deposit had intersected 4.7% uranium across 1.7m and 17.7% uranium across 5m; and has reported grades of around 54.5% U3O8 since then.

Data accumulated from the surveys will assist on a ground geophysical program which is scheduled to commence in the first quarter of 2015.