Hathor Exploration has received three mineral leases from the Saskatchewan government covering its Roughrider uranium deposit in the Athabasca Basin, Canada.

The Roughrider uranium deposit was discovered in 2008 on the Midwest Northeast property, which was comprised of three mineral claims covering 543ha.

The largest claim, S-107243, was staked in 2004 and covers 502 hectares.

Exploration and mining in Saskatchewan is governed by the Mineral Disposition Regulations, 1986, administered by the mines branch of the Saskatchewan government.

There are two key land tenure milestones that must be met for commercial production to occur in Saskatchewan that includes conversion of a mineral claim to mineral lease, and granting of a mining lease to cover the specific area within a mineral lease where mining is to occur.

Hathor has successfully achieved the conversion of a mineral claim to mineral lease part for Roughrider and the Midwest Northeast property.