Uracan Updates Status of Quebec Mineral Resource Estimates
Sep 21, 2015
Vancouver, Canada (September 21, 2015) - Uracan Resources Ltd. (TSX.V:URC) ("Uracan") announces that due to the ongoing de facto moratorium on uranium exploration in Quebec, significant uncertainty surrounds the future of uranium exploration and mining in Quebec. The Quebec Ministry of Environment is refusing to issue permits to any company engaged in uranium exploration in the province. In addition, the recent BAPE public consultation has recommended against allowing uranium exploration and mining in the province. These events have caused Uracan to be severely restricted in its ability to do any work on the North Shore Property, and make it appear unlikely that Uracan will be able to do so in the future.
Uracan has written off the North Shore Property in its financial statements effective July 31st, 2012. Given these facts regarding the project, Uracan now considers the previous uranium resources to no longer be uranium resources due to the uncertainties laid out above.
Marc Simpson, P. Geo, Uracan's President and CEO is the Qualified Person who has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release.
About Uracan Resources Ltd.
Uracan Resources Ltd. (TSX.V:URC, OTC:URCFF) is a Canadian-based exploration company focused on exploring for uranium deposits in Saskatchewan and Quebec, Canada. In early 2013, Uracan signed an agreement with UEX Corporation, whereby Uracan acquired the option to earn from UEX a 60% participating interest in the Black Lake Property along the northern margin of the Athabasca Basin. UEX currently holds an 89.99% interest in the Black Lake Project with AREVA Resources Canada Inc. ("AREVA") holding the remaining 10.01% interest.
In July 2014, Uracan signed an agreement with Forum Uranium whereby Uracan can acquire up to a 70% interest in the Clearwater Property near the southwestern margin of the Athabasca Basin, immediately adjacent to Fission Uranium's Patterson Lake South discovery. Forum is the 100% owner of the Clearwater Property.
Uracan continues to review additional opportunities worldwide to capitalize on management's exploration and financing capabilities.
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