ASX-listed Valor Resources has expanded its ground in the uranium rich Saskatchewan area in Canada, expanding its Surprise Creek tenure by 20 square kilometres. One of the new tenements comes a historical showing of 1.2 per cent copper. Despite both new additions being highly prospective for uranium and copper, very little modern exploration has been completed since the 1980s. Valor Resources has beefed up its ground in Canada. Credit: File ASX-listed Valor Resources has expanded its ground in the uranium rich Saskatchewan area in Canada. The two new tenements add some 20 square kilometres to the company’s existing Surprise Creek tenure, one of which comes a historical showing of 1.2 per cent copper.
Preliminary data suggests the new plots have a similar geology to other mineralisation across the Surprise Creek project. Despite both new additions being prospective for uranium and copper, very little modern exploration has been completed since the […]
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