Among the hits was one from hole CB-109 which returned a composite assay grade of 22.81% U3O8 over 8.60 metres from depths of 475.1 metres to 483.7 metres, by far the highest grade hole ever drilled on the Christie Lake Project.
Other holes also hit high grade material, including intercepts of 6.29% eU3O8 over 7.40 metres from 471.85 to 479.25 metres and 3.25% eU3O8 over 6.70 metres from 599.75 metres to 606.45 metres.
UEX will be following-up these results with additional drilling during the ongoing winter program.
“With these results, UEX eagerly anticipates what the remainder of the winter program will reveal,” said chief executive Roger Lemaitre.
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