The Manibridge nickel deposit was first discovered in 1963 and it sits on the Thompson Nickel Belt, the fifth largest and third highest grade sulphide nickel belt in the world.
CanAlaska Uranium Mining News
Work at the project, located immediately next to Cameco's Fox Lake uranium discovery, has been focused on evaluating the C10 corridor, which is highlighted by the NE-striking conductivity high in the southern part of the property.
The 420-hectare property is located in the New Westminster Mining Division of southwestern British Columbia.
Work at the asset, located immediately next to Cameco's Fox Lake uranium discovery, will be carried out by a helicopter-supported team based at Cameco's nearby majority-owned McArthur River.