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The rising need for clean energy is quickly translating into a higher global demand for uranium - Tisdale is focused on acquiring and exploring uranium projects to help meet this demand.
The Keefe Lake Property consists of 15,436 hectares and lies in northern Saskatchewan, approximately 280 km north of La Ronge. An access road passes within 15 km of the Property, with Provincial highway 905 running within approx. 30 km of the eastern claims border.
Thirteen historic drillholes were completed in 1979 drilled to follow up on ground IP and VLF targets, which returned anomalous 4 radiometric values and also encountered pegmatite dykes in the basement
A 2008 heliborne time-domain resistivity and magnetic survey across the two northern dispositions, plus a 2D seismic reflection survey, consisting of 69 line km along 8 seismic lines, revealed an irregular topography on the unconformity surface, suggesting the presence of reactivated basement faults
In 2012 a nine-hole, 3,443.9 m drill program featured hole KEF-11-01A, which was terminated in a basement pegmatite that returned 137.5 ppm U over 2.12 m, which may correspond to a structure visible in the Mega Uranium seismic survey (McCallum & Nolde 2012)
In October 2021 Tisdale completed an IP survey at the Property suggesting a relatively uniform picture of the subsurface with resistivity increasing with depth through the Athabasca sequence to the basement
Tisdale is currently considering a two-phase exploration program.
Phase 1 would consist of an IP survey to cover the Spitz and Snag target areas, totaling approximately 30 line km with an exact line configuration to be determined based on a review of topography and a prioritization of targets. This is to be followed by a thorough recompilation and review of all historic geophysical and geologic data, property-wide, and incorporating historic exploration on adjacent ground.
Phase 2 would consist of a 1,500 m drill program intended to test the targets selected in Phase 1. These targets are likely to include extensions of the KEF-11-01A pegmatite at Keefe Lake itself, and the Spitz and Snag targets in the northeast, as well as structural targets as interpreted from the compilation work.Continue Reading