The mineralization at AN appears to be related to a lithological/structural unit that is estimated to extend for a minimum of 5km.

According to historical reports only 400mof this structure has been tested with 25 surface rock samples and out of this 25 historical rock samples reported, 18 contained high concentrations of gold, copper and/or silver.

After review of related data and recognition of the high grade metal content, the company has concluded that the project was insufficiently tested and warrants further exploration.

The plans for the AN project include detailed prospecting and sampling of the known mineralized area in preparation for drilling and regional prospecting along the extension of the lithological /structural unit will be completed in an attempt to identify additional areas with mineralization.

Work on all three projects will be completed under the unified Angikuni Lake project resulting in lower overall exploration costs.

Uranium North Resources president and CEO Mark Kolebaba said that the AN project is one of five 100% owned advancing gold/silver projects recently acquired by the company.