The data, which is acquired for $15,000 cash and 75,000 common shares, includes geophysical, geological and sample assay data for the property.

According to the company, the data was originally collected in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

The important components of these data include prospecting results east of the main showings that locate a broad zone of gold values yet to be followed up and digital data from an Induced Polarization survey that may assist in defining drill targets.

Uranium North is exploring five gold properties, of which two are candidates for drilling.

Additionally, the company is planning a resource expansion program on its 100% owned Amer Lake uranium property.