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Canalaska Uranium Ltd (CVV-V)
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Trade DateVolumeHighLowCloseChgStatus
March 23, 2023192,000$0.380$0.345$0.375$0.025Trading
Basic Info
Listed On:TSX Venture: CVV6/21/1994Sector:ResourceKey People
Issued:119,549,11211/2/2022Story Type:Discovery ExplorationCory Belyk (CEO), Thomas Jr Graham (Chair), Harry Chan (CFO), Nathan Bridge (VP EX), Dianne M. Szigety (Sec),
Diluted:171,204,213
JK Owns:No
Insider Stake:3%1/4/2023Tel:(604) 688-3211
Working Capital:$14,927,00010/31/2022Email:Address
Market Cap:$44,830,917
Web Site:canalaska.com625 Howe St # 580, Vancouver, BC, V6C 2T6, Canada
Cash Breakup:$0.09per shTwitter:@CanAlaska
Spec Value Rating History
Dec 13, 2018 $0.300 Bottom-Fish Spec Value New
Dec 15, 2021 $0.425 Bottom-Fish Spec Value New
Nov 28, 2022 $0.395 Bottom-Fish Spec Value New
Dec 30, 2022 $0.385 Fair Spec Value New
Spec Value Rating Overview
SV Rating: Fair Spec Value - Favorite - as of December 30, 2022
Corporate Change History


#Old for NewLast PricePrior NameSubsequent NameDetails
Oct 11, 2006Name Change1:1$0.40Canalaska Ventures (CVV-V)Canalaska Uranium Ltd (CVV-V)
Nov 8, 2010Reverse Split10:1$0.14Canalaska Uranium Ltd (CVV-T)Canalaska Uranium Ltd (CVV-T)
Jun 21, 2011New Exchange Listing1:1$0.68Canalaska Uranium Ltd (CVV-V)Canalaska Uranium Ltd (CVV-T)
Dec 30, 2013New Exchange Listing1:1$0.11Canalaska Uranium Ltd (CVV-T)Canalaska Uranium Ltd (CVV-V)
Recommendation History
Edition Date Price
Recommendation Gain
BF1997 12/23/1996 $0.67 New BF MP Buy $0.50-$0.75 0%
BF1997 12/1/1997 $0.29 BF Cycle Closeout Sell 100% -61%
BF1998 12/1/1997 $0.29 New BF MP Buy $0.30-$0.49 0%
BF1998 11/18/1998 $0.67 BF Cycle Closeout Sell 100% -63%
BF2016 2/19/2016 $0.17 New BF Buy $0.10-$0.19 -13%
BF2016 12/13/2018 $0.30 BF Technical Closeout 100% 82%
SVF2023 12/30/2022 $0.39 Fair Spec Value Favorite 0%
Ranking within Company's Price Range based Group
All TSX-TSXV KRO as of Mar 23, 2023Group MedianCompanyPercentileScore
Price Range:$0.30-$0.49Issued:77,715,660119,549,11238.9%64.1%
Price Group Total:131Working Cap:$1,242,430$14,927,00089.3%
TSXV KRO as of Mar 23, 2023Group MedianCompanyPercentileScore
Price Range:$0.30-$0.49Issued:60,388,035119,549,11229.5%61.2%
Price Group Total:112Working Cap:$1,232,215$14,927,00092.9%
Group figures exclude delisted and suspended companies. The higher the company percentile the better, based on the assumptions that the lowest issued shares and highest working capital are best. The score is the average of the percentiles. A percentile is that percentage of a group that a member ranks higher than. Note that issued and WC reflect latest financials.
Ranking Color Code:Lower than 25%25% to 50%50% to 75%Higher than 75%
Charts & Financing Activity
 Most recent 43-101 resource estimate  Prior resource estimate  PEA  PFS  FS/BFS/DFS
Private Placement Key
less than $500,000 $1,000,000 - $2,000,000 $5,000,000 - $10,000,000 $20,000,000 - $50,000,000
$500,000 - $1,000,000 $2,000,000 - $5,000,000 $10,000,000 - $20,000,000 over $50,000,000
Private placement financing dates and value ranges are based on transactions reported by the TSXV Monthly Review.
Date Company Type Quantity Price FT Units Amount Broker
Jan 15, 2002 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 2,000,000 $0.100
Units $200,000
Nov 11, 2002 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 1,000,000 $0.100
Units $100,000
Dec 23, 2002 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 466,667 $0.150
Units $70,000
Sep 12, 2003 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 1,500,000 $0.100
Units $150,000
Oct 6, 2003 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 3,500,000 $0.100
Units $350,000
Nov 11, 2003 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 2,000,000 $0.230
Units $460,000
Dec 23, 2003 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 2,142,858 $0.350 FT Units $750,000
Jan 6, 2004 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 2,142,858 $0.350 FT Units $750,000
Feb 2, 2004 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 2,000,000 $0.350
Units $700,000
Nov 29, 2004 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 3,300,000 $0.300
Units $990,000
Dec 21, 2004 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 4,000,000 $0.300
Units $1,200,000
Dec 22, 2004 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 1,387,500 $0.400 FT Units $555,000
Jan 20, 2005 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 2,362,500 $0.400
Units $945,000
Jul 7, 2005 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 3,000,000 $0.320 FT
$960,000
Sep 6, 2005 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 435,000 $0.350
Units $152,250
Sep 6, 2005 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 3,125,000 $0.400 FT
$1,250,000
Sep 21, 2005 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 3,231,500 $0.350
Units $1,131,025
Sep 23, 2005 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 535,000 $0.350
Units $187,250
Dec 19, 2005 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 1,353,791 $0.370
Units $500,903
Dec 19, 2005 Canalaska Ventures Ltd PP 5,000,000 $0.400 FT
$2,000,000
Mar 15, 2006 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 7,425,374 $0.420
Units $3,118,657
Apr 13, 2006 CanAlaska Ventures Ltd PP 4,893,000 $0.550 FT Units $2,691,150
Oct 27, 2006 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 7,470,331 $0.450 FT Units $3,361,649
Dec 12, 2006 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 4,000,000 $0.520
Units $2,080,000
Mar 6, 2007 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 6,944,444 $0.720
Units $5,000,000
Sep 25, 2007 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,111,111 $0.450 FT Units $500,000
Oct 31, 2007 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 7,660,877 $0.470 FT Units $3,600,612
Oct 31, 2007 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 7,629,968 $0.380
Units $2,899,388
May 9, 2008 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 9,452,060 $0.340 FT Units $3,213,700
May 28, 2008 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,470,600 $0.340 FT Units $500,004
Aug 12, 2009 CanAlaska Uranium Ltd PP 5,826,764 $0.170 FT Units $990,550
Nov 3, 2009 CanAlaska Uranium Ltd PP 11,904,428 $0.210 FT Units $2,499,930
Nov 30, 2009 CanAlaska Uranium Ltd PP 2,380,000 $0.210 FT Units $499,800
Dec 21, 2009 CanAlaska Uranium Ltd PP 14,496,300 $0.210 FT Units $3,044,223
Dec 21, 2009 CanAlaska Uranium Ltd PP 10,897,571 $0.175
Units $1,907,075
Dec 30, 2010 CanAlaska Uranium Ltd PP 446,167 $1.600 FT Units $713,867
Dec 30, 2010 CanAlaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,721,708 $1.600
Units $2,754,733
May 30, 2011 CanAlaska Uranium Ltd PP 418,141 $1.130 FT
$472,499
Jul 13, 2016 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 2,000,000 $0.560
Units $1,120,000
Feb 27, 2018 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,722,823 $0.340
Units $585,760
Jun 21, 2018 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 531,588 $0.340
Units $180,740
Jun 21, 2018 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 853,276 $0.390 FT Units $332,778
Nov 27, 2018 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,795,375 $0.320
Units $574,520
Jan 3, 2019 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 930,000 $0.350 FT Units $325,500
May 17, 2019 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,744,500 $0.320 FT Units $558,240
May 17, 2019 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 9,551,910 $0.275
Units $2,626,775
Aug 20, 2019 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 255,000 $0.275
Units $70,125
Aug 20, 2019 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,085,625 $0.320 FT Units $347,400
Jan 21, 2020 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 4,666,250 $0.160
Units $746,600
Jan 21, 2020 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 6,190,889 $0.190 FT Units $1,176,269
Nov 16, 2020 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 2,211,000 $0.200 FT Units $442,200
Nov 16, 2020 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 3,444,545 $0.220 FT Units $757,800
Jan 5, 2021 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 4,921,714 $0.280 FT Units $1,378,080
Jan 5, 2021 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,633,713 $0.380 FT Units $620,811
Mar 30, 2021 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 4,308,800 $0.500 FT Units $2,154,400
Mar 30, 2021 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 1,321,250 $0.640 FT Units $845,600
Nov 24, 2021 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 6,163,064 $0.880 FT
$5,423,496
Nov 24, 2021 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 8,097,563 $0.750
Units $6,073,172
Nov 22, 2022 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 4,499,900 $0.700 FT Units $3,149,930
Nov 22, 2022 Canalaska Uranium Ltd PP 13,173,212 $0.520 FT Units $6,850,070
Capital
Financials Dated: October 31, 2022 Reporting Period: 6 months Year End: 04/30 Currency: CAD
Assets Liabilities Income
Cash Equivalents: $11,566,000 Current Liabilities: $483,000 Operating Revenues: $0
Receivables etc: $3,844,000 Tangible LT Debt: $648,000 Operating Cash Costs: $0
Current Assets: $15,410,000 Intangible LT Debt: $0 Operating Cash Flow: $0
Long Term Assets:$1,519,000Total Liabilities:$1,131,000Operating Non-Cash Costs:$0




Miscellaneous Revenue:$0
Total Assets: $16,929,000 Share Capital: $96,778,000 Cash Expenses: $1,709,000


Shareholder Deficit: ($80,980,000) Non-Cash Expenses: $561,000
Working Capital: $14,927,000 Net Shareholder Equity: $15,798,000 Total Expenses: $2,270,000




Overall Cash Flow:($1,709,000)
Monthly Overhead:$284,833

Net Income (Loss):($2,270,000)

Note:
Capital History
Date PeriodCash EqCurrent
Assets
Total
Assets
Current
Liabilities
Total
Liabiltiies
Share
Capital
GAINCash
Expenses
DilutedWorking
Capital
10/31/2010 6 $5,702,000 $6,185,000 $57,534,000 $358,000 $17,959,000 $60,901,000
$848,000 0 $5,827,000
7/31/2011 3 $7,381,000 $7,998,000 $10,723,000 $997,000 $997,000 $72,583,000
$343,000 24,784,000 $7,001,000
10/31/2011 6 $6,264,000 $6,774,000 $9,458,000 $745,000 $745,000 $72,449,000
$2,500,000 24,463,000 $6,029,000
1/31/2012 9 $5,869,000 $6,338,000 $9,023,000 $1,519,000 $1,519,000 $72,449,000
$3,707,000 24,401,000 $4,819,000
4/30/2012 12 $4,394,000 $4,860,000 $7,065,000 $1,792,000 $1,792,000 $73,210,000
$6,693,000 26,275,000 $3,068,000
7/31/2012 3 $2,425,000 $2,667,000 $4,674,000 $367,000 $367,000 $73,210,000
$758,000 26,264,000 $2,300,000
10/31/2012 6 $1,741,000 $1,977,000 $3,915,000 $200,000 $200,000 $73,205,000
$1,278,000 26,428,000 $1,777,000
1/31/2013 9 $1,464,000 $1,659,000 $3,571,000 $186,000 $186,000 $73,205,000
$1,584,000 24,804,000 $1,473,000
4/30/2013 12 $1,265,000 $1,409,000 $3,225,000 $195,000 $195,000 $73,205,000 0% $1,929,000 25,728,000 $1,214,000
7/31/2013 3 $1,105,000 $1,226,000 $2,878,000 $204,000 $204,000 $73,206,000
$308,000 25,483,000 $1,022,000
10/31/2013 6 $909,000 $1,234,000 $2,826,000 $158,000 $158,000 $73,205,000
$387,000 24,656,000 $1,076,000
1/31/2014 9 $755,000 $974,000 $2,416,000 $157,000 $157,000 $73,205,000
$570,000 26,028,000 $817,000
4/30/2014 12 $1,044,000 $1,510,000 $2,806,000 $382,000 $382,000 $73,205,000 0% $115,000 25,919,000 $1,128,000
7/31/2014 3 $2,177,000 $2,753,000 $3,974,000 $233,000 $233,000 $73,205,000
$327,000 26,194,000 $2,520,000
10/31/2014 6 $1,801,000 $2,208,000 $3,406,000 $215,000 $215,000 $73,205,000
$510,000 26,143,636 $1,993,000
1/31/2015 9 $1,710 $2,336 $3,442 $136 $136 $73,205
$629 26,144,000 $2,200
4/30/2015 12 $1,605,000 $2,373,000 $3,462,000 $137,000 $137,000 $73,205,000 0% $834,000 26,089,000 $2,236,000
7/31/2015 3 $1,409,000 $1,800,000 $2,790,000 $161,000 $161,000 $73,205,000
$227,000 26,194,000 $1,639,000
10/31/2015 6 $1,171,000 $1,584,000 $2,560,000 $108,000 $108,000 $73,205,000
$953,000 26,194,000 $1,476,000
1/31/2016 9 $869,000 $1,189,000 $2,119,000 $135,000 $135,000 $73,205,000
$1,216,000 26,194,000 $1,054,000
4/30/2016 12 $943,000 $1,576,000 $2,278,000 $156,000 $156,000 $73,325,000 0% $710,000 30,194,000 $1,420,000
7/31/2016 3 $1,971,000 $2,863,000 $3,466,000 $219,000 $219,000 $74,315,000
$375,000 30,333,636 $2,644,000
10/31/2016 6 $1,658,000 $2,256,000 $2,810,000 $238,000 $238,000 $74,454,000
$729,000 31,844,000 $2,018,000
1/31/2017 9 $1,309,000 $2,098,000 $2,635,000 $137,000 $137,000 $74,496,000
($629,466) 32,194,000 $1,961,000
4/30/2017 12 $1,309,000 $2,098,000 $2,635,000 $137,000 $137,000 $74,496,000 2% $3,754,000 32,194,000 $1,961,000
7/31/2017 3 $900 $1,510 $1,828 $148 $148 $74,506
$203 32,194,000 $1,362
10/31/2017 6 $653,000 $1,304,000 $1,633,000 $129,000 $129,000 $74,523,000
$480,000 32,139,000 $1,175,000
1/31/2018 9 $567,000 $1,155,000 $1,483,000 $139,000 $139,000 $74,723,000
$655,000 32,799,000 $1,016,000
4/30/2018 12 $899,000 $1,468,000 $1,758,000 $210,000 $210,000 $75,219,000 1% $982,000 35,261,000 $1,258,000
7/31/2018 3 $1,137,000 $1,707,000 $2,035,000 $243,000 $243,000 $75,590,000
$255,000 37,695,000 $1,464,000
10/31/2018 6 $813,000 $1,204,000 $1,543,000 $241,000 $241,000 $75,590,000
$391,000 36,200,000 $963,000
1/31/2019 9 $1,129,000 $1,533,000 $1,887,000 $213,000 $213,000 $76,256,000
$951,000 42,259,000 $1,320,000
4/30/2019 12 $1,073,000 $1,498,000 $1,967,000 $157,000 $157,000 $76,337,000 1% $982,000 42,634,000 $1,341,000
7/31/2019 3 $2,889,000 $3,300,000 $3,764,000 $586,000 $586,000 $77,981,000
$1,034,000 67,949,000 $2,714,000
10/31/2019 6 $1,499,000 $1,845,000 $2,307,000 $124,000 $124,000 $78,087,000
$2,450,000 69,696,000 $1,721,000
1/31/2020 9 $2,854,000 $3,296,000 $3,756,000 $274,000 $274,000 $79,600,000
$1,072,000 85,595,000 $3,022,000
4/30/2020 12 $1,611,000 $1,986,000 $2,455,000 $154,000 $154,000 $79,600,000 4% $3,890,000 86,011,000 $1,832,000
7/31/2020 3 $1,497,000 $2,014,000 $2,467,000 $202,000 $202,000 $79,600,000
$193,000 82,831,000 $1,812,000
10/31/2020 6 $1,732,000 $2,293,000 $2,748,000 $166,000 $166,000 $79,587,000
$496,000 82,831,000 $2,127,000
1/31/2021 9 $4,355,000 $5,210,000 $5,711,000 $532,000 $532,000 $82,894,000
$1,159,000 111,792,000 $4,678,000
4/30/2021 12 $7,016,000 $7,815,000 $8,346,000 $322,000 $322,000 $86,265,000 8% $1,346,000 119,014,000 $7,493,000
7/31/2021 3 $7,202,000 $7,790,000 $8,778,000 $502,000 $779,000 $87,351,000
$645,000 121,374,000 $7,288,000
10/31/2021 6 $11,702,000 $12,866,000 $13,925,000 $367,000 $641,000 $88,107,000
$2,584,000 121,374,000 $12,499,000
1/31/2022 9 $15,518,000 $16,469,000 $17,445,000 $2,137,000 $2,395,000 $96,073,000
$729,000 143,595,000 $14,332,000
4/30/2022 12 $14,012,000 $15,175,000 $16,190,000 $1,866,000 $2,108,000 $96,227,000 12% $1,520,000 143,645,000 $13,309,000
7/31/2022 3 $11,759,000 $12,592,000 $13,579,000 $1,479,000 $1,704,000 $96,261,000
$1,024,000 145,755,000 $11,113,000
10/31/2022 6 $11,566,000 $15,410,000 $16,929,000 $483,000 $1,131,000 $96,778,000
$1,709,000 145,755,000 $14,927,000
Structure & People
Directors, Officers and Employees: 3,542,909 3.0% AGM: September 22, 2022
Other Insiders: 0 0.0% People Tree Available
Past Reported Shareholders: 2,211,833 N/A
Related Party Occupation Related
Since
Insider Director Officer Capacity Ownership %
Cory Belyk Geologist 5/25/2021 CEO & President 0 0.0%
Peter G. Dasler Geologist 1/1/2004
President 1,660,237 1.4%
Geoff Gay
7/28/2021

40,000 0.0%
Thomas Jr Graham Diplomat 9/19/2007 Chairman 738,555 0.6%
Karen Lloyd Administrator 7/28/2021

0 0.0%
Jean-Luc Roy Geologist 1/1/2007

200,000 0.2%
Nathan Bridge Geologist 7/12/2021
VP Exploration 0 0.0%
Harry Chan Accountant 1/1/2015
CFO 0 0.0%
Daniel L. G. Faure Geologist 1/1/2012

Advisory Board 0 0.0%
Nana Lampton
1/1/2012

Advisory Board 0 0.0%
Rayleigh Capital Ltd Investor Relations 1/4/2023

IR 0 0.0%
Red Cloud Financial Services Inc Investor Relations 1/4/2021

IR 0 0.0%
Karl Schimann Geologist 9/27/2013

Consultant 648,000 0.5%
Shane W. Shircliff
7/28/2021

Advisory Board 0 0.0%
Simon Szeto
1/3/2013

Advisory Board 0 0.0%
Dianne M. Szigety Administrator 9/24/2015
Corporate Secretary 0 0.0%
Past Insiders and Reported Shareholders - Current Ownership Status unknown - positions may be pre-rollback
Related Party Occupation Related
Since
Insider
Ended
Director
Ended

Capacity Ownership
Bernard Barlin Deceased 1/1/1989 9/23/2009 9/23/2009
Director 0
Harry G. Barr Businessperson 1/1/1985 9/19/2007 9/19/2007 Director 256,117
Colin Bird Engineer 1/1/1996 3/25/2008 3/25/2008
Director 112,500
Joseph Bowes Accountant 10/19/2009 9/24/2015

CFO 0
John Clemens Broker 12/30/2010


Placee 20,000
Richard M. Cohen Broker 8/12/2009


Placee 75,000
Victor Fern Businessperson 3/25/2008 4/5/2021 4/5/2021
Director 130,000
Emil Fung
9/19/2007 9/10/2012 9/10/2012
Director 20,864
Olav Langelaar Broker 8/12/2009


Placee 40,000
Hubert R. Marleau Businessperson 1/1/1996 6/24/2013 6/24/2013
Director 0
Ravensden Asset Management Inc. Fund Manager 9/23/2009


Insider 1,132,352
Michael E. Riley Accountant 6/2/2011 9/26/2013 9/27/2013
Director 0
Damian Towns

10/19/2009

Insider 0
Kathleen K. Townsend Lawyer 1/7/2014 9/1/2021 9/1/2021
Director 425,000
Share positions of current insiders based on last AGM circular, ownership % based on current Issued. Share positions of past insiders and shareholders have not been adjusted for rollbacks or splits.
Active Index Memberships
Membership Start Date:December 30, 2022Start Price:$0.39
KRO Favorites 2023: Features companies designated 2023 KRO Favorites, based on closing price December 30, 2022.
Risk Analysis

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Key to Understanding the Spec Value Hunter Tables
Flagship Play Secondary Plays Other Plays
A Spec Value Hunter table allows speculators to identify which projects offer poor, fair or good speculative value according to the rational speculation model. The speculative value depends on the project stage, the project's implied value as calculated by the company's fully diluted, stock price and net project interest, and the dream target deemed appropriate for the project. A dream target is what a project would be worth in discounted cash flow terms once in production.
Poor Speculative Value - Fair Speculative Value - Good Speculative Value -
Note: narrow arrows indicate IPV is outside the fair value channel but within 25% of the fair value limits
Color Key for Target Outcome Achievability
Ranges in millions
ranked from most to least achievable
below $25 Should be Private: Artisanal, Placer, Mom & Pop Shop
$25-$50 Tiny Scale: underground mine or quarry - not worth the bother
$50-$100 Small Scale: junior needs to self-develop
$100-$250 Buyout Target: by Lower Tier Producers
$250-$500 Buyout Target: by Mid-Tier Producers
$500-$1,000 Ideal Target for Junior: Buckhorn, Sleeper
$1,000-$2,000 Almost World Class: Ekati, Red Chris, Brucejack, Juanicipio, Stibnite
$2,000-$5,000 World Class: Eskay Creek, Hemlo, Hermosa-Taylor, Oyu Tolgoi, LaRonde, McArthur
$5,000-$10,000 Giants: Escondida, Sullivan, Carlin Trend, Kidd Creek, Orapa, Kamoa-Kakula
above $10,000 Off the Scale District: Wits 1.0, Araxa, Sudbury Basin, Bayan Obo
The target outcome range required for the current implied project value to represent fair speculative value is based on the upper and lower certainty limits associated with the project stage. The color coding is based on the target outcome using the mid-point of the certainty range.
Active Company Projects
Project Location Net
Interest
Stage IPV $
MM
Fair Spec Value
Required Target
Outcome Range

$100
UPV
$500

$2000
Target Metals Deposit Style
West McArthur Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 77.1% WI 3-Discovery Delineation $83 $1,665 - $3,330 UraniumUnconformity style
Cree East Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 2-Target Drilling $64 $2,568 - $6,420 UraniumUnconformity style
Key Extension Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 2-Target Drilling $64 $2,568 - $6,420 UraniumUnconformity style
Manibridge-Resting-Halfway Canada - Manitoba - Thompson Belt 100% WI 2-Target Drilling $64 $2,568 - $6,420 NickelMagmatic Segregation
McTavish Canada - Quebec - Athabasca Basin 20% TC 2-Target Drilling $321 $12,840 - $32,101 UraniumUnconformity style
Moon Lake South Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 25% WI 2-Target Drilling $257 $10,272 - $25,681 UraniumUnconformity style
Waterbury East Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 20% WI 2-Target Drilling $321 $12,840 - $32,101 UraniumUnconformity style
Waterbury South Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 80% TC 2-Target Drilling $80 $3,210 - $8,025 UraniumUnconformity style
AKP Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 2-Target Drilling $64 $2,568 - $6,420 DiamondKimberlite
Burrill Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity style
Carswell Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity
Chymko Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity style
Kingston Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity style
Marshall Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity style
Mouse Mountain Canada - British Columbia - Central BC 100% WI 2-Target Drilling $64 $2,568 - $6,420 Copper GoldPorphyry
North Millenium Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity style
North Thompson Canada - Manitoba - Thompson Belt 100% WI 2-Target Drilling $64 $2,568 - $6,420 NickelMagmatic Segregation
Ruttan Canada - Manitoba 100% WI 2-Target Drilling $64 $2,568 - $6,420 Gold Copper ZincVMS
Taggart Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity style
Warren Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity style
Waterbury West Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 2.00% NSR 1-Grassroots $0 $0 - $0 UraniumUnconformity style
Watson Canada - Saskatchewan - Athabasca Basin 100% WI 1-Grassroots $64 $6,420 - $12,840 UraniumUnconformity style
Company Projects

West McArthur Project
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West McArthurCanadaSKAthabasca Basin35,830 ha
Net Interest: 77.1% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 8.25%
Ownership Terms: CanAlaska entered into an option agreement with Mitsubishi Development Pty Ltd. (MDP) where MDP may acquire a 50% ownership interest in the West McArthur Project by expending a minimum Cdn$11.0 million in cash and exploration payments to CanAlaska over a 3 -year period. Upon MDP fulfilling its exploration commitments under the Option Agreement, the parties will enter into a 50/50 joint venture. On Jan 21, 2016 Canalaska acquired Mitsubishi's 50% for $600,000 and a 1% NSR. Feb 24, 2016 deal optioning 60% to Cameco for $725,000 cash upfront plus $5 million exploration over 3 years to earn 30%, then pay $500,000 plus another $6,275,000 exploration over 3 years to earn 60%. $1 million is required in the first year, and 2 deep holes must be drilled in the Grid 1 area within 2 years. The province of Saskatchewan collects a 7.25% royalty on uranium production value less transportation costs of yellowcake to market. On Oct 19, 2018 Cameco after paying $725,000 and spending $5 million gave notice of vesting for 30% but declined to increase to 60%. Canalaska as operator increased to 77.12% due to Cameco's non-contribution. Due to decision by Cameco not to participate in a $5 million program in 2022 Canalaska's interest will increase to about 80%.
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 3-Discovery Delineation
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Milestone Timeline
ProgramStartEndMilestone
Target Testing2016 Q3 Late July2016 Q3 Late SeptemberFollowup drilling by Cameco on the C10 conductor southwest of the first hole drilled in May.
Outcome Visualization Project as of Mar 23, 2023: Canalaska:- West McArthur as McArthur River Clone
Project:West McArthurLocation:CanadaStage:3-Discovery Delineation
Net Interest:77.1% WIUncapped NSR:8.3%Target Metals:Uranium
OV Project ID:1000009OVP Posted:5/17/2016OVP Retired:
Current OV ID:1000035Current OV Confirmed:5/17/2016Visualizer:JK
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Visualized Outcome: Canalaska - West McArthur as McArthur River Clone
Canalaska Uranium Ltd in 2016 optioned its West McArthur project in the Athabasca Basin to Cameco which can earn 60% by spending CAD $11,275,000 over 6 years. The project was held 50:50 with Mitsubishi which spent nearly $17 million on the project, mostly in the Grid 1 area in the northwest where Cameco must drill two deep holes within two years. Cameco's immediate focus, however, is the Grid 5 area into which the C10 conductor that hosts its Fox Lake discovery projects. Fox Lake at 386,700 tonnes of 7.99% U3O8 is promising and Cameco has indicated it regards this discovery as a top tier development candidate. But the discovery, less than 4 km from the Canalaska boundary, needs more high grade tonnage and Cameco has drilled a hole close to the boundary about which it has said nothing. Canalaska itself drilled a few holes on the inferred C10 conductor without interesecting uranium though it encounter evidence of a major hydrothermal system. The hole closest to the boundary intersected what appears to be a highly altered thrust block of sandstone. Cameco drilled a single hole in April and results are pending. Because Cameco uses a downhole gammaprobe to generate reliable eU3O8 assays on site, it is obvious that mineralization signaling a discovery and meriting prompt disclosure was not hit. However, both Canalaska and Cameco are acting solely on the basis of geophysics; the unconformity is too deep to leave any alteration trace at surface, and indirect geochemical sampling methods such as developed by Uravan and successfully applied to the Centennial, Cigar Lake and McArthur River deposits has not been done. What we are waiting to hear from Cameco and Canalaska is whether this hole has unveiled a geological context which indicates that a deposit is nearby, and that only 4-6 holes are needed to vector in on the location. At the current exploration stage West McArthur is still just a possibility, and I have created this OV to demonstrate what a McArthur River scale discovery would look like and be worth. The deposit and cost assumptions were borrowed from Nov 2, 2012 technical report Cameco published updating the economics for the remaining 1,062,200 tonnes of 16.46% U3O8 ore left after 13 years of producing 758,700 tonnes at 13.5% at McArthur River. Cameco earned a 30% interest in 2018 after paying $725,000 and spending $5 million but declined to increase to 60%. Since then Canlaska has solely funded further work and diluted Cameco to 22.88% leaving Canlaska with 77.12%. In 2022 Canalaska undertook a $5 million program which will boost its interest to about 80%. On July 15, 2022 Canalaska reported a 6.3 m mineralized interval at 906.3 m hole depth within basement rock on a new conductor target southwest of the 42 Zone where work had concentrated. So far it looks like an "ingress" type zone where mineralizing fluids travel down a structure rather than up. This OV was based on the "egress" type that form at the unconformity as a replacement body. A second OV based on the fesaibility study costs of NexGen's ingress style Arrow deposit was created.
Source Note: A word of caution regarding this first attempt at an OV for a high grade underground uranium mine. The costs used in past PEAs by Hathor and Fission vary widely from the costs used by Cameco for Cigar Lake and McArthur River. Everything gets reported in $/recovered lb with no reconciliation into OpEx per tonne. For an OV to be effective one needs to know the costs associated with mining and processing a tonne of ore at different grades. As I obtain a better understanding of a deep underground high grade uranium mine with potential water flow problems I will be fine-tuning the cost side of the OV. At this stage the prupose of this OV is to illustrate what speculators should be hoping to see a junior deliver from its Athabasca Basin project.
Visualized Outcome Summary: Canalaska - West McArthur as McArthur River Clone
Deposit Scenario: 1,062,200 t @ 16.46% Uranium
Mining Scenario: Underground 200 tpd 14.6 yrs, CapEx $1.6 billion, SustCapEx $543.0 million, OpEx $5,611.10/t (USD)
LOM Payable: 380.0 million lb U3O8 uranium
Economic Outcome (USD): Revenue Model at OV designated Metal Prices

Annual AverageLife of Mine (LOM)LOM Stats
Recoverable Revenue:$1,124,263,477$16,358,803,633$15,401/t ore Recoverable Value:
   Smelter/Transport Costs:($6,419,501)($93,408,138)0.6% of Recoverable Revenue
Gross Payable Revenue:$1,117,843,976$16,265,395,49599.4% of Recoverable Revenue
   Royalties:($92,222,128)($1,341,895,128)8.3% of Gross Payable Revenue
Net Payable Revenue:$1,025,621,848$14,923,500,36791.2% of Recoverable Revenue
   Mining Cost:($193,459,879)($2,814,973,740)46% of OpEx - $2,650.14/t ore
   Processing Cost:($168,576,549)($2,452,904,250)40% of OpEx - $2,309.27/t ore
   Other Cost:($24,562,943)($357,407,651)6% of OpEx - $336.48/t ore
   Sustaining Cost:($34,135,518)($512,032,770)8% of OpEx - $482.05/t ore
Total Operating Cost:($422,196,901)($6,158,591,687)41% of Net Payable Revenue - OpEx - $5,797.96/t ore
Pre-Tax Cash Flow:$603,424,947$8,764,908,68059% of Net Payable Revenue - $8,251.66/t ore
   Taxes:($211,210,959)($3,066,822,321)35% of Pre-Tax Cash Flow - $2,887.24/t ore
After-Tax Cash Flow:$392,213,988$5,698,086,35838% of Net Payable Revenue - $5,364.42/t ore
Note: Concentrate transport costs, smelter treatment costs and retention are subtracted from recoverable revenue to get gross payable revenue to which the uncapped royalty rate for the project is applied. The annual average of LOM sustaining cost is expensed as an annual operating cost. Annual average figures reflect full production years.
Economic Outcome (USD): Royalty Model for 1% NSR at OV designated Metal Prices
Mine Life:15 yearsStartupNPV 5%NPV 10%NPV 15%
Annual Avg NSR:$10,256,218Now$99,275,602$69,914,936$51,657,021
LOM NSR:$149,235,0042022$104,239,382$76,906,429$59,405,574
Economic Outcome - Discount Rate: 10.5% - CAD AT NPV: $1.7 billion - Fair Speculative Value
Gross Rock Value (USD/t):$15,604Recoverable Rock Value:$15,401Payable Rock Value:$15,313
LOM Net Payable Revenue (USD):$14,923,500,367LOM PT Cash Flow (USD):$8,764,908,680LOM AT Cash Flow (USD):$5,698,086,358
USD Pre-Tax NPV:$2,655,746,498Pre-Tax IRR:41.0%Pre-Tax Payback:2.4
USD After-Tax NPV:$1,262,993,747After-Tax IRR:25.9%After-Tax Payback:3.7
CAD Fair Spec Value Low:$43,165,969CAD Fair Spec Value High:$86,331,938CAD Implied Project Value:$83,248,937
Price Target if Visualized Outcome delivered by Expl-Dev Cycle without dilution: CAD $7.78
Fair Speculative Value Stock Price Range: CAD $0.19 - $0.39
MSV (Market Cycle S Curve): Market Speculative Value represents the typical market pricing pattern of a new discovery as it moves through its exploration-development cycle. The irrational pricing behavior of the yellow channel contrasts with the fair speculative value of the blue channel as defined by the rational speculation model because during the pre-economic study stages there is great uncertainty about how big the discovery will turn out.
Fair Speculative Value Ladder
USD OV NPVCAD OV NPVExch RateDilutedNet Interest
$1,262,993,747$1,726,638,7521.3671171,204,21377.12%
Project StageUncertainty RangeCAD FSV RangeCAD FSV per Share RangeCAD MSV per Share Range
Grassroots 0.5% - 1.0% $8,633,194 - $17,266,388 $0.04 - $0.08 $0.08 - $0.19
Target Drilling 1.0% - 2.5% $17,266,388 - $43,165,969 $0.08 - $0.19 $0.19 - $0.39
Discovery Delineation 2.5% - 5.0% $43,165,969 - $86,331,938 $0.19 - $0.39 $0.39 - $5.83
Infill & Metallurgy 5% - 10% $86,331,938 - $172,663,875 $0.39 - $0.78 $3.89 - $7.78
PEA 10% - 25% $172,663,875 - $431,659,688 $0.78 - $1.94 $1.94 - $5.83
Prefeasibility 25% - 50% $431,659,688 - $863,319,376 $1.94 - $3.89 $1.94 - $3.89
Permitting & Feasibility 50% - 75% $863,319,376 - $1,294,979,064 $3.89 - $5.83 $1.94 - $3.89
Construction 75% - 100% $1,294,979,064 - $1,726,638,752 $5.83 - $7.78 $3.89 - $5.83
Production 100% $1,726,638,752 $7.78 $7.78 - $9.72
Market Speculative Value Stock Price Range: CAD $0.39 - $5.83
Warning: while the market spec value (S-Curve) and fair spec value channels presented in project value terms track the evolving expected ultimate outcome value, when presented in stock price terms the expected stock prices are subject to dilution through future equity financings or project interest farmouts.
Alternative Metal Price Scenarios

Metal 1Metal 2Metal 3Metal 4

Uranium


Spot:$50.00 /lb U3O8


OV Assigned:$43.00 /lb U3O8


Pessimistic:$25.00 /lb U3O8


Optimistic:$50.00 /lb U3O8


Fantasy:$100.00 /lb U3O8


Note: for Metal 1 pessimistic, optimistic and fantasy price scenarios, OV assigned prices are used for Metals 2-4
Economic Outcomes with Alternative Metal Price Scenarios

USD PT NPVUSD PT IRRUSD AT NPVUSD AT IRRAT Payback yrs
Spot:$3,764,072,96152.6%$1,905,823,09632.9%3.0
OV Assigned:$2,655,746,49841.0%$1,262,993,74725.9%3.7
Pessimistic:($194,235,835)7.7%($387,972,059)4.8%10.3
Optimistic:$3,764,072,96152.6%$1,905,823,09632.9%3.0
Fantasy:$11,680,690,554134.7%$6,497,461,30081.0%1.2
Fair Speculative Value for Alternative Metal Price Scenarios
Stage: Discovery Delineation - 2.5% - 5.0%

CAD AT NPVCAD Target PriceCAD FSV RangeCAD FSV per Share RangeCAD MSV per Share Range
Spot:$2,605,450,754$11.74$65,136,269 - $130,272,538$0.29 - $0.59$0.59 - $8.80
OV Assigned:$1,726,638,752$7.78$43,165,969 - $86,331,938$0.19 - $0.39$0.39 - $5.83
Pessimistic:($530,396,602)($2.39)($13,259,915) - ($26,519,830)($0.06) - ($0.12)($0.12) - ($1.79)
Optimistic:$2,605,450,754$11.74$65,136,269 - $130,272,538$0.29 - $0.59$0.59 - $8.80
Fantasy:$8,882,679,343$40.01$222,066,984 - $444,133,967$1.00 - $2.00$2.00 - $30.01
Disclaimer: A visualized outcome is one of many possible outcomes for an exploration project as it moves through the 9 stages of the exploration-development cycle from grassroots to a producing mine with failure as an outcome at any point along the way. The range of possible outcomes for the physical nature of a deposit shrinks after delivery of an initial 43-101 resource estimate. While the nature of the deposit constrains the range of mining scenarios, the cost assumptions will vary as the project moves through the feasibility demonstration stages of the cycle, which affects the economic value of the final outcome. This economic value will also vary according to the prices of the metals targeted for extraction which may change during the years it takes for a project to become a mine. An outcome visualization is thus a compilation of best guess assumptions for the key variables that drive the discounted cash flow model, the basis for assigning an economic value to a mine. An OV is not intended as a prediction, but rather as a framework that allows the incorporation of new information generated by the exploration-development cycle for the project into a valuation model on an ongoing, dynamic basis.
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Outcome Visualization Project as of Mar 23, 2023: Canalaska: West McArthur as Arrow Clone
Project:West McArthurLocation:CanadaStage:3-Discovery Delineation
Net Interest:77.1% WIUncapped NSR:8.3%Target Metals:Uranium
OV Project ID:1000037OVP Posted:7/21/2022OVP Retired:
Current OV ID:1000097Current OV Confirmed:7/21/2022Visualizer:JK
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Visualized Outcome: Canalaska: West McArthur as Arrow Clone
Canalaska Uranium Ltd announced a basement hosted intersection on July 15, 2022 while testing a conductor southwest of the 42 Zone which has sandstone hosted mineralization related to the structure that hosts the Fox Lake zone owned by Cameco and Orano. The Fox Lake deposits are about 400,000 tonnes of 7.99% U3O8. An OV created for West McArthur in 2016 visualized a McArthur River clone and used costs provided by Cameco in a 2012 43-101 report. McArthur River is mined at only 200 tpd because it is about 1 million tonnes of 16% and located at the unconformity which creates difficult mining conditions that entail very high costs. While it is possible the unconformity above the hole #67 interval may host a McArthur egress-style zone, for the sake of this OV a deposit similar to NexGen's basement hosted Arrow deposit (P+P 4,575,0000 @ 2.37% U3O8) but higher grade was visualized as an outcome and underground mined at 1,300 tpd using the costs presented in NexGen's February 2021 feasibility study.
Visualized Outcome Summary: Canalaska: West McArthur as Arrow Clone
Deposit Scenario: 5,000,000 t @ 2.50% Uranium
Mining Scenario: Underground 1,300 tpd 10.5 yrs, CapEx $975.0 million, SustCapEx $324.0 million, OpEx $290.00/t (USD)
LOM Payable: 269.0 million lb U3O8 uranium
Economic Outcome (USD): Revenue Model at OV designated Metal Prices

Annual AverageLife of Mine (LOM)LOM Stats
Recoverable Revenue:$1,274,913,291$13,434,281,250$2,687/t ore Recoverable Value:
   Smelter/Transport Costs:$0$00.0% of Recoverable Revenue
Gross Payable Revenue:$1,274,913,291$13,434,281,250100.0% of Recoverable Revenue
   Royalties:($105,180,346)($1,108,328,203)8.3% of Gross Payable Revenue
Net Payable Revenue:$1,169,732,944$12,325,953,04791.8% of Recoverable Revenue
   Mining Cost:($53,618,500)($565,000,000)32% of OpEx - $113.00/t ore
   Processing Cost:($61,685,000)($650,000,000)37% of OpEx - $130.00/t ore
   Other Cost:($22,301,500)($235,000,000)13% of OpEx - $47.00/t ore
   Sustaining Cost:($29,454,545)($324,000,000)18% of OpEx - $64.80/t ore
Total Operating Cost:($167,059,545)($1,774,000,000)14% of Net Payable Revenue - OpEx - $354.80/t ore
Pre-Tax Cash Flow:$1,002,673,399$10,551,953,04786% of Net Payable Revenue - $2,110.39/t ore
   Taxes:($382,261,277)($4,022,320,280)38% of Pre-Tax Cash Flow - $804.46/t ore
After-Tax Cash Flow:$620,412,121$6,529,632,76753% of Net Payable Revenue - $1,305.93/t ore
Note: Concentrate transport costs, smelter treatment costs and retention are subtracted from recoverable revenue to get gross payable revenue to which the uncapped royalty rate for the project is applied. The annual average of LOM sustaining cost is expensed as an annual operating cost. Annual average figures reflect full production years.
Economic Outcome (USD): Royalty Model for 1% NSR at OV designated Metal Prices
Mine Life:11 yearsStartupNPV 5%NPV 10%NPV 15%
Annual Avg NSR:$11,697,329Now$89,522,961$67,343,921$52,223,803
LOM NSR:$123,259,5302030$63,622,297$34,558,080$19,632,862
Economic Outcome - Discount Rate: 8.0% - CAD AT NPV: $4.2 billion - Good Speculative Value
Gross Rock Value (USD/t):$2,756Recoverable Rock Value:$2,687Payable Rock Value:$2,687
LOM Net Payable Revenue (USD):$12,325,953,047LOM PT Cash Flow (USD):$10,551,953,047LOM AT Cash Flow (USD):$6,529,632,767
USD Pre-Tax NPV:$5,535,442,198Pre-Tax IRR:102.8%Pre-Tax Payback:1.0
USD After-Tax NPV:$3,081,131,630After-Tax IRR:63.3%After-Tax Payback:1.6
CAD Fair Spec Value Low:$105,305,376CAD Fair Spec Value High:$210,610,753CAD Implied Project Value:$83,248,937
Price Target if Visualized Outcome delivered by Expl-Dev Cycle without dilution: CAD $18.97
Fair Speculative Value Stock Price Range: CAD $0.47 - $0.95
MSV (Market Cycle S Curve): Market Speculative Value represents the typical market pricing pattern of a new discovery as it moves through its exploration-development cycle. The irrational pricing behavior of the yellow channel contrasts with the fair speculative value of the blue channel as defined by the rational speculation model because during the pre-economic study stages there is great uncertainty about how big the discovery will turn out.
Fair Speculative Value Ladder
USD OV NPVCAD OV NPVExch RateDilutedNet Interest
$3,081,131,630$4,212,215,0521.3671171,204,21377.12%
Project StageUncertainty RangeCAD FSV RangeCAD FSV per Share RangeCAD MSV per Share Range
Grassroots 0.5% - 1.0% $21,061,075 - $42,122,151 $0.09 - $0.19 $0.19 - $0.47
Target Drilling 1.0% - 2.5% $42,122,151 - $105,305,376 $0.19 - $0.47 $0.47 - $0.95
Discovery Delineation 2.5% - 5.0% $105,305,376 - $210,610,753 $0.47 - $0.95 $0.95 - $14.23
Infill & Metallurgy 5% - 10% $210,610,753 - $421,221,505 $0.95 - $1.90 $9.49 - $18.97
PEA 10% - 25% $421,221,505 - $1,053,053,763 $1.90 - $4.74 $4.74 - $14.23
Prefeasibility 25% - 50% $1,053,053,763 - $2,106,107,526 $4.74 - $9.49 $4.74 - $9.49
Permitting & Feasibility 50% - 75% $2,106,107,526 - $3,159,161,289 $9.49 - $14.23 $4.74 - $9.49
Construction 75% - 100% $3,159,161,289 - $4,212,215,052 $14.23 - $18.97 $9.49 - $14.23
Production 100% $4,212,215,052 $18.97 $18.97 - $23.72
Market Speculative Value Stock Price Range: CAD $0.95 - $14.23
Warning: while the market spec value (S-Curve) and fair spec value channels presented in project value terms track the evolving expected ultimate outcome value, when presented in stock price terms the expected stock prices are subject to dilution through future equity financings or project interest farmouts.
Alternative Metal Price Scenarios

Metal 1Metal 2Metal 3Metal 4

Uranium


Spot:$50.00 /lb U3O8


OV Assigned:$50.00 /lb U3O8


Pessimistic:$25.00 /lb U3O8


Optimistic:$50.00 /lb U3O8


Fantasy:$100.00 /lb U3O8


Note: for Metal 1 pessimistic, optimistic and fantasy price scenarios, OV assigned prices are used for Metals 2-4
Economic Outcomes with Alternative Metal Price Scenarios

USD PT NPVUSD PT IRRUSD AT NPVUSD AT IRRAT Payback yrs
Spot:$5,535,442,198102.8%$3,081,131,63063.3%1.6
OV Assigned:$5,535,442,198102.8%$3,081,131,63063.3%1.6
Pessimistic:$1,776,826,84641.7%$901,134,72626.4%3.5
Optimistic:$5,535,442,198102.8%$3,081,131,63063.3%1.6
Fantasy:$13,052,672,901222.8%$7,441,125,438133.2%0.8
Fair Speculative Value for Alternative Metal Price Scenarios
Stage: Discovery Delineation - 2.5% - 5.0%

CAD AT NPVCAD Target PriceCAD FSV RangeCAD FSV per Share RangeCAD MSV per Share Range
Spot:$4,212,215,052$18.97$105,305,376 - $210,610,753$0.47 - $0.95$0.95 - $14.23
OV Assigned:$4,212,215,052$18.97$105,305,376 - $210,610,753$0.47 - $0.95$0.95 - $14.23
Pessimistic:$1,231,941,284$5.55$30,798,532 - $61,597,064$0.14 - $0.28$0.28 - $4.16
Optimistic:$4,212,215,052$18.97$105,305,376 - $210,610,753$0.47 - $0.95$0.95 - $14.23
Fantasy:$10,172,762,587$45.82$254,319,065 - $508,638,129$1.15 - $2.29$2.29 - $34.37
Disclaimer: A visualized outcome is one of many possible outcomes for an exploration project as it moves through the 9 stages of the exploration-development cycle from grassroots to a producing mine with failure as an outcome at any point along the way. The range of possible outcomes for the physical nature of a deposit shrinks after delivery of an initial 43-101 resource estimate. While the nature of the deposit constrains the range of mining scenarios, the cost assumptions will vary as the project moves through the feasibility demonstration stages of the cycle, which affects the economic value of the final outcome. This economic value will also vary according to the prices of the metals targeted for extraction which may change during the years it takes for a project to become a mine. An outcome visualization is thus a compilation of best guess assumptions for the key variables that drive the discounted cash flow model, the basis for assigning an economic value to a mine. An OV is not intended as a prediction, but rather as a framework that allows the incorporation of new information generated by the exploration-development cycle for the project into a valuation model on an ongoing, dynamic basis.
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Cree East Project
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Cree EastCanadaSKAthabasca Basin55,935 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 7.25%
Ownership Terms: n December, 2007 CanAlaska entered in a joint venture whereby a Korean consortium omprising Hanwha Corporation, Korea Electric Power Corporation, Korea Resources Corporation and SK Energy Co. Ltd may earn a 50% interest in the Cree East Project by investing Cdn$19.0 mil. towards exploration, an amount which has been fully expended. The province of Saskatchewan collects a 7.25% royalty on uranium production value less transportation costs of yellowcake to market. May 18, 2017 deal whereby Canalaska got back 100% in return for providing certain indemnities.
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 2-Target Drilling
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Key Extension Project
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Key ExtensionCanadaSKAthabasca Basin17,665 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: No
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 1.50%
Ownership Terms: Agreement Sept 15, 2021 to acquire 100% from Durama Enterprises Ltd for $50,000, 300,000 shares $850,000 exploration over 4 years subject to 1.5% NSR.
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 2-Target Drilling
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Manibridge-Resting-Halfway Project
Manibridge-Resting-HalfwayCanadaMBThompson Belt4,368 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: NickelModel: Magmatic SegregationStage: 2-Target Drilling
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McTavish Project
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McTavishCanadaQCAthabasca Basin2,685 ha
Net Interest: 20% TC
Vested: No
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms: August 2009 option for Kodiak Exploration to earn up to 70%. In order to earn an initial 50-per-cent interest in the project, Kodiak must complete $4-million in exploration and issue one million Kodiak shares to CanAlaska over five years. Kodiak may earn a further 10-per-cent interest in the project (60 per cent total), by expending $3-million in exploration/prefeasibility work over an additional three-year period, issuing an additional 550,000 Kodiak shares and producing a 43-101-compliant resource estimate containing at least 35 million pounds U3O8 in the measured and indicated categories. By defining a resource of 50 million pounds U3O8 during the same period, Kodiak's interest may increase to 70 per cent. Optioned dropped. Agreement Sept 23, 2021 for Terra Uranium Pty to earn up to 80% by paying AUD $250,000, issuing 6% of issued stock on Teera securing a public lsiting, and spending AUD $5 million over 3 years. Canalaska receives a 2.25% NSR upon delivery of a 30 million lb JORC resource.
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 2-Target Drilling
Notes on McTavish Project
The McTavish project consists of three separate claim groups totalling 16,385 hectares. One claim group is wholly enclosed by Kodiak's West Millennium project. The other two parcels are intimately intertwined with West Millennium. UTEM data show that the conductors successfully drilled by Kodiak this past winter at West Millennium extend onto the McTavish property and appear to intensify. Previously announced Kodiak drill hole WM09-04, which intersected a 69-metre-thick fractured graphitic and pyritic pelite unit containing up to 0.13 per cent U3O8, is located only 400 metres from the McTavish property and underscores the excellent exploration potential of the project. UTEM data also define two other large-scale, high-magnitude conductors on the McTavish property, both of which are untested by drilling. The combined West Millennium-McTavish property package comprises nearly 380 square kilometres in the heart of the Athabasca basin, only three kilometres west of Cameco's Millennium deposit (47 million pounds U3O8 with an average grade of 4.5 per cent U3O8).
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Moon Lake South Project
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Moon Lake SouthCanadaSKAthabasca Basin2,716 ha
Net Interest: 25% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 7.25%
Ownership Terms: Optioned Jan 5, 2016 to Denison Mines for $200,000 epxloration over 2 years to earn 51%, and another $500,000 to earn 75%. If either party gets diluted below 10% the interest converts into a 2% NSR that can be bought for $500.000 by the other party. The province of Saskatchewan collects a 7.25% royalty on uranium production value less transportation costs of yellowcake to market
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 2-Target Drilling
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Waterbury East Project
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Waterbury EastCanadaSKAthabasca Basin6,089 ha
Net Interest: 20% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 7.25%
Ownership Terms: 3 claim blocks, 75% optioned to Northwestern Mineral Ventures, which can acquire a 50% interest by paying $150,000, issuing 300,000 shares, and spending $2,000,000 on exploration. NWT can increase its interest incrementally up to 75% by completing a feasibilty study. NMV dropped option. The province of Saskatchewan collects a 7.25% royalty on uranium production value less transportation costs of yellowcake to market. Agreement Sept 23, 2021 for Terra Uranium Pty to earn up to 80% by paying AUD $250,000, issuing 6% of issued stock on Teera securing a public lsiting, and spending AUD $5 million over 3 years. Canalaska receives a 2.25% NSR upon delivery of a 30 million lb JORC resource.
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 2-Target Drilling
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Waterbury South Project
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Waterbury SouthCanadaSKAthabasca Basin0 ha
Net Interest: 80% TC
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms: Agreement Sep 23, 2021 for Terra Uranium Pty to earn 20% by paying AUD $250,000 and spending $1.5 million over 1 year.
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 2-Target Drilling
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AKP Project
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AKPCanadaSKAthabasca Basin17,400 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms: Acquired by staking. Optioned May 18, 2016 to De Beers which enables it to earn 70% by spending CAD $1.4 million within 3 years, at which point Canalaska can chose to form a 70:30 JV, or require De Beers to spend another $3 million over the following year to earn 80%, at which point Canalaska can again elect to form an 80:20 JV, or require De Beers to go to 90% by spending $14 million over 3 years after which a 90:10 JV forms with standard dilution clauses. De Beers does not vest for any interest until Canalaska elects to form a JV or has spent CAD $20.4 million to earn 90%. Option dropped Dec 2016.
Target Metals: DiamondModel: KimberliteStage: 2-Target Drilling
Notes on AKP Project
Canalaska staked 75 discrete circular magnetic anomalies that showed up in a 2011 geophysical survey flown by the Saskatchewan Geological Survey in an area north of the Carswell Structure (a meteor impact site) that was beyond the limit of the Saskatchewan Kimberlite Indicator Mineral sampling.
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Milestone Timeline
ProgramStartEndMilestone
Target Testing2016 Q3 Late August2016 Q4 Mid OctoberDe Beers plans to drill test land accessible targets established by an airborne geophysical survey until mid October. Key milestones will be confirmation of intersected kimberlite, followed by caustic dissolution establishing micro diamonds.

Burrill Project
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BurrillCanadaSKAthabasca Basin0 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots
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Carswell Project
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CarswellCanadaSKAthabasca Basin13,352 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 7.25%
Ownership Terms: Acquired by staking. The province of Saskatchewan collects a 7.25% royalty on uranium production value less transportation costs of yellowcake to market.
Target Metals: UraniumModel: UnconformityStage: 1-Grassroots
Notes on Carswell Project
The claims were acquired in August 2014. The area was part of ground held by, and explored, by Amok Ltd in the 1960's to 1990's. There is only one historical drill hole on the property, CAR-311, consisting of steeply dipping, interlayered altered basement and sandstone, with Cluff Breccia dykes. Several uranium showings also occur on or near the property, mostly of radioactive pegmatoid boulders.
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Chymko Project
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ChymkoCanadaSKAthabasca Basin0 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots
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Kingston Project
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KingstonCanadaSKAthabasca Basin0 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots
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Marshall Project
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MarshallCanadaSKAthabasca Basin0 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots
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Mouse Mountain Project
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Mouse MountainCanadaBCCentral BC911 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms: Acquired by staking in 2012-2014.
Target Metals: Copper GoldModel: PorphyryStage: 2-Target Drilling
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North Millenium Project
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North MilleniumCanadaSKAthabasca Basin5,873 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots
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North Thompson Project
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North ThompsonCanadaMBThompson Belt18,685 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms: Canalaska Uranium acquired the Hunter and Strong claim blocks by staking in 2018. On Feb 26, 2020 Fjordland Exploration optioned up to 80% which it can do by paying CAD $25,000, issuing 1 million shares and spending $1.5 million within 18 months to earn 49%, at which point it can elect to earn70% by paying $50,000, issuing 1.5 million shares and spending $2.5 million within 2 years, at which point it can earn 80% by paying $75,000, issuing 6 million shares and spending $5 million within 2 years. If Fjorland vests for 70% it must pay $10 million to Canalaska upon completing a positive feasibility study. Option dropped.
Target Metals: NickelModel: Magmatic SegregationStage: 2-Target Drilling
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Ruttan Project
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RuttanCanadaMBManitoba11,563 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms: Acquired by staking in June 2012.
Target Metals: Gold Copper ZincModel: VMSStage: 2-Target Drilling
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Taggart Project
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TaggartCanadaSKAthabasca Basin28,328 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots
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Warren Project
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WarrenCanadaSKAthabasca Basin0 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots
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Waterbury West Project
Waterbury WestCanadaSKAthabasca Basin3,764 ha
Net Interest: 2.00% NSR
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms: On Apr 25, 2016 Canlaska sold 100% to Cameco for a 2% NSR and $71,732.
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots

Watson Project
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WatsonCanadaSKAthabasca Basin10,985 ha
Net Interest: 100% WI
Vested: Yes
Uncapped NSR/GOR: 0.00%
Ownership Terms:
Target Metals: UraniumModel: Unconformity styleStage: 1-Grassroots
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Company Related KRO Comments
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Jul 21, 2022Tracker: Outcome Visualization Canalaska: West McArthur as Arrow Clone
Jul 21, 2022Tracker: Outcome Visualization Canalaska: West McArthur as McArthur River Clone
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Sep 15, 2016Discovery Watch with HoweStreet.com - 0:07:13
Aug 18, 2016Bottom-Fish Comment: De Beers plans late summer drill program at Athabasca Kimberlite project
Jul 25, 2016Bottom-Fish Comment: Canalaska's West McArthur ready for second Cameco drill hole
May 18, 2016Bottom-Fish Comment: Canalaska options Athabasca Kimberlite Project to De Beers
Mar 16, 2016Bottom-Fish Comment: Recommendation Strategy for Canalaska Uranium Inc
Mar 4, 2016SVH Tracker: Uravan decides to be aggressive about marketing Outer Ring for a farmout
Nov 18, 1998Report Sept-Oct 1998: Intl Canalaska Res Ltd - 1998 Annual Review
Dec 1, 1997Report Sept-Dec 1997: Intl Canalaska Res Ltd - 1997 Annual Review
Dec 1, 1997Report Sept-Dec 1997: Intl Canalaska Res Ltd - 1998 Bottom-Fish 100
Oct 10, 1997Tracker 1997-38: Canalaska - Eastern Deeps Extension play still alive in ninth inning
Aug 21, 1997Tracker 1997-23: Canalaska - Wow, the rock type changed!
Aug 14, 1997Tracker 1997-19: Canalaska - Labrador deep drilling & reacquisition of Kilometre 88 concession
Dec 23, 1996Report Nov-Dec 1996: Intl Canalaska Res Ltd = 1997 Bottom-Fish 100

Company News Releases - Members Only
Mar 7, 2023CanAlaska Denison Mines JV Commences Drill Program on Moon Lake South
Mar 6, 2023Acquires High Grade Nickel Deposit in Thompson Nickel Belt, Manitoba
Feb 28, 2023Stakes Large Athabasca Basin Land Position South of Key Lake Mine and Mill
Feb 14, 2023Commences Key Extension Maiden Drill Program
Jan 18, 2023Acquires New Project Along Prolific Mineralized Corridor In Eastern Athabasca Basin
Jan 11, 2023Grants Options
Jan 10, 2023Commences West McArthur Winter Drill Program
Jan 4, 2023Senior Management and Board Changes
Dec 16, 2022Airborne Electromagnetic Survey Commences at Geikie Project in Athabasca Basin
Dec 14, 2022Aggressive First Quarter 2023 Exploration Plan in Place
Nov 30, 2022Assays Confirm Nickel Mineralization in Ongoing Phase 2 Summer Drill Program at Manibridge
Nov 29, 2022Warrant Term Extension
Nov 28, 2022Extends Warrant Terms and Grants Options
Nov 22, 2022Private Placement Non Brokered
Nov 16, 2022Assays Return 25.4% U3O8 at West McArthur
Nov 8, 2022Continuation of 10,000 Metre Drill Program at Manibridge
Nov 2, 2022Completes $10M Non Brokered Private Placement
Oct 18, 2022Maiden Geophysical Survey at Geikie Project Defines Multiple Priority Targets
Oct 7, 2022Increases Private Placement Financing to $10 Million
Oct 6, 2022up to $8 Million Private Placement Financing
Sep 29, 2022Additional Uranium Intersections From Summer Drill Program
Aug 22, 2022Confirms High Grade Uranium Mineralization in New Uranium Zone at West McArthur
Aug 18, 2022Completes Airborne Electromagnetic and Magnetic Survey at Hunter Project in Thompson Nickel Belt
Aug 17, 2022Metal Energy Acquires 70% of the Manibridge Project, Gives Notice of Intent to Achieve 100% Ownership
Aug 4, 2022Assays Confirm High Grade Nickel in All Drill Holes from Phase 1 Winter Program Completed at Manibridge
Aug 3, 2022Metal Energy Assays Confirm High Grade Nickel in All Drill Holes From Phase One Drill Program
Jul 28, 2022CanAlaska Now Trading on OTCQX Platform
Jul 26, 2022OTC Markets Group Welcomes CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. to OTCQX
Jul 21, 2022Grants Stock Options
Jul 15, 2022Discovers Significant New Uranium Zone at West McArthur
Jun 29, 2022Commences Airborne Survey at Geikie Project in Athabasca Basin
Jun 27, 2022Commences Airborne Survey at Key Extension Project in Athabasca Basin
Jun 9, 2022Commences West McArthur Uranium Drilling
Jun 8, 202210,000 Metre Phase 2 Drill Program Started on Manibridge High Grade Nickel Project
May 17, 2022Acquires Large Position NE of Patterson Lake
May 3, 2022Manibridge Diamond Drilling Program Intersects Nickel
Apr 28, 2022Commences Airborne Electromagnetic Survey at Hunter Project in Thompson Nickel Belt
Apr 27, 2022Deals Three Uranium Properties for AUD$15M
Apr 20, 2022Identifies Three Priority Targets at Key Extension Project
Apr 14, 2022West McArthur JV Drilling Extends Uranium Mineralization
Mar 31, 2022Waterbury South Uranium Targets Extended in Latest Winter Drill Program
Mar 8, 20223,000 Metre Drill Program Started on CanAlaska's High Grade Manibridge Nickel Project
Feb 23, 2022Stakes New Targets in Central Athabasca Basin
Jan 26, 2022Deals Further Three Uranium Projects for AUD$15M
Jan 19, 2022Partner to Spend AUD$5M for 60% of Two Uranium Projects in the Athabasca Basin
Jan 13, 2022Commences Drill Program at Waterbury South Property
Dec 16, 2021West McArthur JV Extends Uranium Targets in Latest Drill Program
Dec 9, 2021Identifies Uranium Targets in Western Athabasca
Dec 2, 2021New Uranium Discoveries on Moon Lake South JV
Nov 25, 2021Stakes Three New Uranium Properties in Athabasca Basin
Nov 24, 2021Private Placement Non Brokered
Nov 22, 2021Grants Stock Options
Nov 17, 2021Closing of $11,496,668.57 Private Placement Financing
Nov 2, 2021Increases Private Placement Financing to $11,500,000
Oct 18, 2021Increases Private Placement Financing to $11,000,000
Oct 15, 2021Property Asset or Share Purchase Agreement
Oct 15, 2021Up to $8,000,000 Private Placement Financing
Oct 14, 2021Stakes Historical Uranium Showings
Oct 6, 2021Completes Key Uranium Project Agreement
Sep 30, 2021Identifies New Targets at Kingston Uranium Project
Sep 23, 2021Deals Three Uranium Projects in the Athabasca Basin
Sep 15, 2021Options Key Extension Uranium Project
Sep 9, 2021CanAlaska Denison Mines JV to Drill Moon Lake South
Sep 1, 2021Expresses Gratitude to Kathleen Kennedy Townsend for Her Service as a Director
Aug 26, 2021Stakes New Targets in Eastern Athabasca
Aug 12, 2021CanAlaska Cameco JV to Drill West McArthur
Jul 28, 2021Appoints Two New Board Members and Advisor
Jul 22, 2021Mobilizes for West Athabasca Diamond Project
Jul 15, 2021Appoints New Vice President Exploration
Jun 29, 2021Provides Update on Manitoba Nickel Projects
Jun 17, 2021Intersects Polymetallic Mineralization at Waterbury South Uranium Project
Jun 15, 2021Stakes Fifth Thompson Nickel Belt Project
Jun 3, 2021Uranium for New Technologies, CEO Clip Video
May 25, 2021Promotes Cory Belyk to CEO and Executive Vice President
May 12, 2021Retains Market Stabilization and Liquidity Services and Grants Stock Options
Apr 28, 2021Stakes Fourth Thompson Nickel Belt Project
Apr 21, 2021Completes Initial Drilling at Waterbury
Apr 8, 2021Grants Options
Apr 5, 2021Change to Board
Mar 30, 2021Private Placement Non Brokered
Mar 30, 2021Deals Manibridge Nickel Project in Thompson Nickel Belt Manitoba
Mar 26, 2021Second & Final Tranche Closing of $3,000,000 Private Placement Financing
Mar 15, 2021Increases Private Placement Financing to $3,000,000
Mar 12, 2021First Tranche Closing of Private Placement Financing
Mar 5, 2021Completion of Diamond Drill Program at Mouse Mountain
Mar 1, 2021Commences Drilling for Uranium at Waterbury Project
Feb 26, 2021Up to $2,000,000 Private Placement Financing
Jan 28, 2021Drilling Commences at CanAlaska's Copper Gold Project
Jan 5, 2021Private Placement Non Brokered
Jan 4, 2021Grants Stock Options and Appoints Red Cloud
Dec 29, 2020Closing Of Private Placement Financing
Dec 14, 2020Increases Flow Through Portion of Private Placement
Dec 10, 2020Warrant Term Extension
Dec 9, 2020Up to $1,500,000 Private Placement Financing and Extension of Warrants
Nov 16, 2020Private Placement Non Brokered
Nov 16, 2020Preparing for Three Separate Drilling Programs
Nov 9, 2020Second & Final Tranche Closing of Private Placement Financing
Nov 3, 2020First Tranche Closing of Private Placement Financing
Oct 19, 2020Increases Private Placement Financing to $1,200,000
Oct 15, 2020Up to $600,000 Private Placement Financing
Oct 13, 2020Adds To NE Wollaston Uranium Project
Sep 3, 2020Options Quesnel Porphyry Copper Project in BC to Omineca Mining and Metals Ltd
Jun 17, 2020New Uranium Targets Discovered on Moon JV
May 27, 2020Identifies New Targets in NE Athabasca
May 13, 2020Stakes Four Large Target Areas in NE Athabasca
May 5, 2020Executes Thompson Nickel Option with CanAlaska Uranium
May 4, 2020Executes $9 Million Thompson Nickel Deal
Apr 15, 2020Drilling Update for West McArthur Project
Apr 9, 2020Board Extends Sympathy to Townsend Family
Feb 26, 2020Options North Thompson Nickel Project in Manitoba to Fjordland Exploration
Jan 30, 2020Starts Drilling at West McArthur Uranium Project
Jan 21, 2020Private Placement Non Brokered
Jan 21, 2020Second Tranche Closing of Private Placement Financing
Dec 31, 2019First Tranche Closing of Private Placement Financing
Dec 6, 2019Up to $2,500,000 Private Placement Financing
Nov 13, 2019High Grade Discoveries at West McArthur and Manibridge Support Continued Drilling for Uranium and Nickel in 2020
Oct 15, 20197.95% Uranium at West McArthur
Sep 24, 2019Extends Discovery with Summer Drill Program
Aug 20, 2019Private Placement Non Brokered
Jun 28, 2019Drilling into Uranium Target
Jun 11, 2019Reports More Nickel At Manibridge
May 28, 2019To Drill West McArthur Uranium Target
May 17, 2019Private Placement Non Brokered
May 7, 2019Over Subscription Of Private Placement Financing
Apr 22, 2019Up to $3,000,000 Private Placement Financing
Mar 27, 2019Property Asset or Share Purchase Agreement
Mar 25, 2019Buys Manibridge Nickel Mine
Mar 7, 20199.47% nickel mineralization at Manibridge
Mar 1, 2019Sells Zeballos Gold Project
Feb 20, 2019Completes first holes at Manibridge Nickel
Feb 5, 2019Begins Drilling at Manibridge Nickel
Jan 18, 2019Invites You To Join Us At The VRIC Conference in Vancouver
Jan 18, 2019Plans Drilling at West McArthur
Jan 16, 2019Appoints Chief Operating Officer
Jan 3, 2019Private Placement Non Brokered
Dec 11, 2018Joint Venture to Advance West McArthur Uranium Project
Nov 13, 2018Over subscription of Private Placement Financing
Oct 30, 2018Up to $500,000 Private Placement Financing
Oct 23, 2018Exploration Update Cameco Earns 30% Of West McArthur Project. Update West Athabasca Diamond Targets
Sep 19, 2018CanAlaska Nickel Projects to be Funded by Canada Metals
Jul 10, 2018Models Nickel Targets At Manibridge In Thompson Nickel Belt
Jun 27, 2018Extension of Warrants
Jun 22, 2018Private Placement Non Brokered
Jun 20, 2018Closing of Private Placement Financing
May 28, 2018Up to $638,000 Private Placement Financing
May 24, 2018Summer Program for West McArthur Uranium Project
May 2, 2018Retains Market Stabilization And Liquidity Services And Grants Stock Options
Apr 19, 2018Reports Further Uranium From West McArthur Drill Program
Mar 1, 2018Acquires Third Nickel Cobalt Project in Thompson Nickel Belt
Feb 27, 2018Private Placement Non Brokered
Feb 20, 2018Closing of $585,759.82 of Private Placement
Feb 14, 2018Over Subscription Of Private Placement Financing
Jan 30, 2018Up to $510,000 Private Placement Financing
Jan 25, 2018660,000 Stock Options Granted To Directors And Officers
Jan 18, 2018Exploration Update and January Conferences
Nov 29, 2017CanAlaska Announces Drilling To Continue At West McArthur Uranium Discovery
Nov 15, 2017Drill Assay Results Confirm West McArthur Uranium Discovery
Nov 9, 2017Northern Uranium Elects to Form 70/30% JV with CanAlaska
Sep 28, 2017Acquires Nickel Projects In Thompson Nickel Belt, One Of Canada's Most Prolific Nickel Camps
Sep 12, 2017Second Intersection Confirms Further Uranium On C10 Trend At CanAlaska's West McArthur Project
Aug 30, 2017Significant Uranium Mineralization Reported At CanAlaska's West McArthur Project
Jul 20, 2017Cameco Commences Drill Program on West McArthur Project under Option from CanAlaska
Jul 10, 2017Obtains 100% Of The Cree East Uranium Project, One Of The Largest Properties In The Eastern Athabasca Basin
May 18, 2017CanAlaska And Korean Partners Agree On Cree East Uranium Project Buyout
May 16, 2017Drilling Discovers VMS at Nisku, Northern Manitoba
May 4, 2017Cameco to Drill West McArthur Project under Option from CanAlaska
Apr 5, 2017Cancels Financing, Drill Program Update
Mar 10, 2017To Commence Drill Program at Nisku Target
Mar 3, 2017March 2017 Update: Uranium, Copper and Diamond Exploration
Mar 3, 2017Northern Uranium Provides Update
Feb 22, 2017Up to $1,120,000 Private Placement Financing
Jan 16, 2017Provides West Athabasca Kimberlite Target Detail
Dec 29, 2016De Beers Returns West Athabasca to CanAlaska
Dec 12, 2016Cameco and AREVA to Drill Waterbury West Claim
Dec 6, 2016Denison to Continue Drilling Uranium Target on CanAlaska's Moon Project
Nov 14, 2016Reviews Current Activities
Oct 6, 2016Grant Of Stock Options
Oct 3, 2016Summer Drilling Completed at West McArthur
Sep 29, 2016Summer Drill Program Finished at West Athabasca Diamond Project
Sep 26, 2016Results of Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and Adoption of New Stock Option Plan
Sep 9, 2016Drill Program Underway on CanAlaska's West Athabasca Diamond Project
Aug 18, 2016De Beers To Drill CanAlaska's Kimberlite Targets; Airborne Surveys Provide High Quality Exploration Data
Aug 17, 2016Canterra Signs Agreement On The West Carswell Diamond Project With Canalaska And Commences Airborne Magnetic Survey
Aug 11, 2016To Survey Alberta Kimberlite Targets
Jul 26, 2016Partners to Resume Drilling at West McArthur and Patterson
Jul 13, 2016Private Placement Non Brokered
Jul 11, 2016Closing of $1,120,000 Private Placement
Jul 5, 2016Appoints Harry Chan Corporate Secretary
Jun 22, 2016De Beers Completes KIM Sampling at West Athabasca
Jun 20, 2016Arranges $1,120,000 Financing
Jun 9, 2016Property Asset or Share Purchase Agreement
May 31, 2016Cameco Plans Summer Drilling at CanAlaska's West McArthur Project
May 27, 2016CanAlaska Options Additional Claims for Diamond Exploration in the Northwestern Athabasca
May 25, 2016Fjordland Options Athabasca Basin Claims With Potential Kimberlite Targets, from CanAlaska
May 18, 2016Enters in to $20.4 million Option with De Beers For Diamond Exploration in the Western Athabasca
Apr 25, 2016Cameco Purchases Waterbury West Claim from CanAlaska Uranium
Apr 12, 2016Stakes Additional Kimberlite Properties
Apr 5, 2016Drilling Intersects Uranium Mineralization on CanAlaska's Moon Claim
Mar 29, 2016Cameco Commences Drilling at CanAlaska's West McArthur Project Cameco focusing on Alteration Zone at Major Structural Break in C10 Conductor
Feb 24, 2016Cameco Options CanAlaska Property Adjacent to Read Lake Property host to the High Grade Fox Lake Uranium Discovery; Cameco can Earn 60% in $12.5 Million West McArthur Deal;
Feb 18, 2016Stakes Kimberlite Targets in Western Athabasca
Jan 29, 2016Drilling Identifies Uranium on Prospect Bordering Fission's Patterson Discovery
Jan 25, 2016Drilling to Commence by Denison on CanAlaska's Moon Claim
Jan 21, 2016CanAlaska and MC Resources Canada Ltd. Agree on West McArthur Uranium Project Buyout
Jan 5, 2016CanAlaska Options Uranium Property to Denison Mines
Dec 14, 2015MakenaIntersects Uranium on Athabasca Drill Program
Nov 27, 2015Drilling to Commence at Patterson West, Current Financing Postponed
Oct 28, 2015Extension Of Financing And Attendance At New Orleans Investment Show
Sep 25, 2015Results Of Annual General Meeting Of Shareholders
Sep 23, 2015Amended: $5.6 Million Exploration Program Planned to Follow up Manitoba Uranium Discovery
Sep 15, 2015Financing and AGM
Aug 24, 2015Northern Uranium Intersects Two Highest Gamma Radiation Drill Results to Date
Jul 2, 2015Northern Uranium Drill Hole MG15DD 0016 Intersects Highest Gamma Radiation Results To Date
Jun 19, 2015Property Asset or Share Purchase Agreement, Property Asset or Share Disposition Agreement
Jun 17, 2015Northern Uranium Commences Summer Drill Program at NW Manitoba
Jun 15, 2015CanAlaska Receives Bayswater Shares And NSR For Collins Bay Option
Jun 12, 2015CanAlaska Receives Bayswater Shares and NSR for Collins Bay Option China's Nu Nova Energy to Purchase property
May 13, 2015Drilling at Maguire Confirms Large Alteration System Drilling to Continue in June with Two Diamond Rigs
May 8, 2015Intention To Deregister From Reporting Requirements In USA
May 1, 2015Sells Two Diamond Prospects in Pikoo Region and Alaska Gold Subsidiary
Apr 22, 2015Significant Uranium Mineralization Intersected at NW Manitoba
Apr 13, 2015Strong Gravity Anomaly Discovered At Patterson West Uranium Project
Apr 7, 2015Pacific Road Resources Funds Maintains Interest in Reno Creek Project Through Reno Creek Holdings
Mar 2, 2015on Multiple Projects
Feb 4, 2015Awaiting Results from Partner Funded Exploration Programs
Dec 23, 2014Northern Uranium Issues 2,500,000 Common Shares to CanAlaska
Dec 15, 2014Northern Uranium earns 50% interest in NW Manitoba; CanAlaska grants options
Dec 12, 2014Northern Uranium Earns 50% in North West Manitoba Project
Dec 12, 2014Northern Uranium Earns 50% In North West Manitoba Project
Nov 19, 2014Grants Incentive Stock Options
Nov 10, 2014Correction of Stock Option Exercise Price
Nov 7, 2014Grants Incentive Stock Options
Nov 3, 2014Removed from BCSC Delinquent Filer List - 2014/10/24 OT Filings
Sep 23, 2014Results of the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders
Sep 2, 2014Launches Trading on OTCQB
Aug 27, 2014Northern Uranium Commences Drill Program
Jun 30, 2014Kasmere South Uranium Project Sale Completed
Jun 20, 2014Receives final RadonEx Results and Prepares Summer Drill Program for its Northwest Manitoba Uranium Project
Jun 18, 2014Cree East Project Drill Target Extended: Drill Ready
Jun 3, 2014MPVC Drill Update At Its Northwest Manitoba Uranium Project
Jun 3, 2014MPVC Drill Update At Its Northwest Manitoba Uranium Project
May 22, 2014MPVC's Second Drill Arrives at NW Manitoba Uranium Project
May 14, 2014MPVC Commences Drilling at NW Manitoba Uranium Project
Apr 9, 2014Strongly Anomalous Radon Results Received From MPVC NW Manitoba Project
Apr 1, 2014Kasmere Sales Agreement
Jan 7, 2014Appoints Honorable Kathleen Kennedy Townsend as Director
Dec 27, 2013New Listing Shares, Correction
Dec 27, 2013CanAlaska Winter Budgets and Shareholder Update
Dec 27, 2013Bulletin 2013 1371
Dec 24, 2013New Listing Shares
Dec 24, 2013Delisting Review
Dec 2, 2013Bulletin 2013 1248 Trader Note
Nov 29, 2013TSX Delisting Review CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (CVV)
Nov 8, 2013MPVC Updates On Technical Report For Northwest Manitoba Property
Nov 5, 2013Confirms Application to List on the TSX Venture Exchange; Grant of Incentive Stock Options
Nov 1, 201343 101 Filing And Shareholder Update
Nov 1, 2013Delisting Review
Nov 1, 2013TSX Delisting Review CanAlaska Uranium Ltd.
Oct 4, 2013MPVC Signs Option Agreement With Canalaska Uranium To Acquire Up To 80% Interest In Northwest Manitoba Uranium Property
Oct 2, 2013Results of the Annual General and Special Meeting Of Shareholders
Sep 26, 2013NW Manitoba Uranium Property Agreement
Sep 26, 2013IIROC Trading Halt Re CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. Pending News
Sep 20, 2013Property Update


 

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