Exploring and developing uranium and rare earth deposits in Canada's Athabasca Basin area of northern Saskatchewan and the historic mining camp of Elliot Lake, Ontario.
Appia is currently focusing on continued exploration for high-grade critical rare earth elements and uranium in surface showings on its Alces Lake property, as well as discovering high-grade uranium deposits in the prolific Athabasca Basin area on the Loranger, Eastside and North Wollaston properties. The company currently holds the surface rights to exploration for about 63,980 hectares (158,098 acres) in Saskatchewan.Project Details
Appia has NI 43-101 Mineral Resources of 14,435,000 tons grading 0.554 lbs. U3O8/ton and 3.30 lbs. TREE/ton for a total of 8.0 M lbs U3O8 and 47.7 M lbs TREE Indicated and 42,447,000 tons grading 0.474 lbs. U3O8/ton and 3.14 lbs. TREE/ton for a total of 20.1 M lbs. U3O8 and 133.2 M lbs. TREE Inferred in the Teasdale Zone plus 30,315,000 tons grading 0.912 lbs. U3O8/ton for a total of 27.6 M lbs U3O8 Inferred in the Banana Lake Zone in the Elliot Lake, ON, historic mining camp. The resources are largely unconstrained along strike and down dip. *Refer to the Teasdale Lake zone and Banana Lake zone pages for qualifying notes regarding the Mineral Resource estimates, and individual element grades supporting the reported TREE results.Project Details