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  • NIRB File No:

    22EN032

  • Application No.:

    125699

  • Project Type:

    Mineral Exploration

  • Project Name:

    Nunavut Uranium Project

Applicant
  • Forum Energy Metals Corp.
  • Richard Mazur
  • Suite 615, 800 West Pender St.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2V6 Canada
  • mazur@forumenergymetals.com
Primary Contact

For 2022, while based out of Baker Lake, Forum is proposing a thirty-day program for a six-person helicopter supported exploration program likely in July or August. Activities will include examining drill core at the previous campsite occupied by Cameco on Aberdeen Lake and ground gravity surveys in the Tatiggaq and other potential drill target areas. Airborne geophysical surveys may also be initiated in the summer of 2022. The Tatiggaq uranium deposit previously identified by Cameco will be the focus for future drilling, as well as other areas previously identified by Cameco that are prospective for economic uranium deposits. Mineral claims held by Forum Energy Metals Corp. include Crown Lands as well as Inuit Owned surface land. Forum will bring fuel, two-three drills, and other camp and exploration-related equipment and supplies to Baker Lake by barge in 2022 to build a temporary 20-30-person camp. Two sites will be investigated this spring, the site previously occupied by Cameco on Aberdeen Lake and a second site on or in the vicinity of Gerhard Lake. Transport to the proposed campsite will be carried out by overland sled trains out of Baker Lake in the spring of 2023 and drilling will be conducted from June to September 2023.

Assessment Phase / Activity
  • Commenting in progress 2022-06-09
  • Application screening started 2022-06-09
Region
  • Kivalliq
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