Traction Uranium and UGreenco Energy Launch Phase 1 Geological Field Program on Key Lake South Property in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin

Traction Uranium Corp.

Figure 1

The proposed 2022 exploration area, covering surface uranium anomalies (

The 2022 proposed exploration area, covering surface uranium anomalies (“B” and “C”), the southwestern part of the Athabasca sandstone mapped in 1973, fan-shaped faults interpreted from airborne geophysics. The background map shows the uranium content from the 2005 airborne gamma spectrometric survey.

Figure 2

Satellite image showing Cameco's 2022 exploration area, campground, highway, exploration trails and Key Lake plant.

Satellite image showing Cameco’s 2022 exploration area, campground, highway, exploration trails and Key Lake plant.

CALGARY, Alta., Sept. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Traction Uranium Corp. (CSE: TRAC) (OTC: TRCTF) (FRA: Z1K) (there “Company” Where “Traction“) and UGreenco Energy Corp. (UGreenco) are pleased to announce the start of their Phase 1 geological field program with the mobilization of their geological field team on their Key Lake South property in Canada’s world renowned Athabasca Basin, whereby Traction can acquire up to 75% interest in the Key Lake South property which is located approximately 6 kilometers southwest of Cameco’s Key Lake uranium mill.

Objective: Define drill targets for an unconformity-type uranium deposit at Key Lake South

An area of ​​approximately 4.15 square kilometers is targeted for ground exploration to investigate surface uranium anomalies from the quantitative gamma-ray spectrometric survey of Ford et al. (2006) and the Athabasca sandstone mapped in 1973 (AR 74H04-0013).

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Phase 1: Prospecting, mapping and rock sampling

The Boulder prospecting will focus on the two surface anomalies (“B” and “C”) from the Ford et al. (2006), looking for uraniferous blocks for comparison with those of the “A” surface anomaly, the “hot island” identified in the early 1970s. Boulder’s mapping will apply to the entire exploration area proposed in 2022 to better define the contour of the Athabasca sandstone mapped in 1973 (AR 74H04-0013). Representative sandstone blocks will be sampled for boron analysis.

Underexplored since the discovery of the Key Lake deposit

An extraordinary surface uranium anomaly was described in the early 1970s believed to have been transported from a source in the northeast, leading to the discovery of the Key Lake uranium deposit. Advanced government and industry airborne geophysical surveys during the 2000s describe a coincidence between this surface uranium anomaly and underlying structures supporting a thesis that this anomaly is on the spot controlled by structures rather than transported erratically by the glacier.

An Athabasca sandstone relict was delineated by surficial photogeological studies with follow-up reconnaissance mapping in 1973. After applying an assumption that the surficial anomaly has an offset of approximately 400 meters north of the deposit, supported by a phenomenon at the Gaertner deposit (the map insert in Figure 1), the fitted locations of the highest uranium grades (A’, B’, and C’) lie neatly around the edge of the Athabasca sandstone mapped from pebbles in till in 1973 (Figure 1), which may imply unconformity-like preserved uranium mineralization underlying the Athabasca sandstone.

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Lester Esteban, President and CEO, said, “Unlocking the potential of our KLS (Key Lake South) project and getting projects off the ground has been the number one priority since signing the option agreement with UGreenco. Our team of specialist and experienced geologists and researchers were eager to head out and get to work on KLS to complete Phase 1. Immediately after, our team will execute Phase 2 – a ground gravity survey to really focus on high priority targets ahead of our highly anticipated KLS 2023 drill program.”

About Traction Uranium Corp.

Traction Uranium Corp. is engaged in mineral exploration and the development of discovery prospects in Canada, including its three flagship uranium projects in the world renowned Athabasca region.

We invite you to learn more about our exploration activities in the Western Canada region at

About the property

The Key Lake South Uranium Project is located approximately 6 kilometers southwest of the Key Lake Uranium Mill and close to modern uranium mining facilities and road transportation in northern Saskatchewan. Geologically, it sits at the southeastern edge of the Proterozoic Athabasca Basin, home to the largest and richest uranium deposits and operations in the world. The recent discovery of the Triple R and Arrow deposits has demonstrated additional high-grade uranium potential at the edge of the basin.

Qualified person

The technical content of this press release has been reviewed and approved by Linglin Chu, M.Sc., P. Geo., who is a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, Disclosure Standards for Mining Projects . The information gives an indication of the exploration potential of the Property but may not be representative of the expected results.

On behalf of the Board of Directors

Lester Esteban
Chief executive officer
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Forward-looking statements

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