LAZY EDWARD BAY Project
LAZY EDWARD BAY
Country Canada 
Province Saskatchewan
Status BROWN EXPLORATION 
Surface 483 km² / 119,374 acres Number of claims 12
Latitude / Longitude 57 N 18 / 106 O 45
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Risk and valuation analysis of the LAZY EDWARD BAY Project
Status Risk : Brown exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the LAZY EDWARD BAY Project
JNR Resources
Interest: 25%
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Denison Mines Corp. (Dension; formerly International Uranium Corporation) has earned a 75% interest in the project. The property is subject to an underlying 2.5% net smelter return royalty (NSR) held by Kennecott Canada, reducible to 1.25% by payment of C$1,000,000 to Kennecott. JNR is the project manager.
Location of the LAZY EDWARD BAY Project
The Lazy Edward Bay property is located along the southern margin of the Athabasca Basin, approximately 75 kilometres west-northwest of the Key Lake uranium mine.
 
History of the LAZY EDWARD BAY Project
The Lazy Edward Bay property was first explored in 1969 and on a sporadic basis until 1989. The operators at that time recognized the merits of further work, but pulled out due to budget restraints and their current focus on the eastern Athabasca Bas more...
 
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Data last updated on : 3/9/2009
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