Western Uranium has completed its previously announced takeover of Black Range Minerals, an Australian company that was listed on the ASX until the acquisition was completed.

As disclosed in a news release dated March 23, 2015, Western and Black Range entered into a definitive Merger Implementation Agreement, pursuant to which Western agreed to acquire all of the issued shares of Black Range by way of Scheme of Arrangement under the Australian Corporation Act 2001 (Cth) (the "Transaction"), with Black Range shareholders being issued shares of Western on a 1 for 750 basis.

In addition, Western agreed to acquire all of the issued options to acquire Black Range shares by private treaty, with Black Range option holders being issued options to acquire Western shares (the "Options") on the same 1 for 750 basis.

As consideration for all of the securities of Western held by Black Range, the Company issued a total of 4,173,299 Western shares and a total of 271,996 Options. The Options replace previously issued options for Black Range shares that were granted for services from directors and consultants of Black Range.

In addition, Western issued to Black Range directors and consultants a total of 20,510 shares as debt settlement for outstanding fees. Pursuant to agreements between the parties, the shares issued to Black Range directors and consultants are subject to a hold period until December 31, 2015.

Following completion of the transaction, the Company has a total of 16,230,733 common shares issued and outstanding and has granted a total of 271,996 options to acquire WUC shares.