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Last C$0.90 CAD
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Company Description

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Atrium on Bay

Suite 402

595 Bay Street

Toronto, ON M5G 2C2

Canada

Phone: 416-979-1991

Fax: 416-979-5893

Denison Mines Corp. engages in uranium mining and related activities in Canada, Zambia, Mali, Namibia, Niger, and Mongolia. Properties McClean Lake The McClean Lake facility is located approximately 26 kilometres west of the Rabbit Lake mine. The mineral property consists of 4 mineral leases covering an area of 1,088 hectares and 13 mineral claims covering an area of 3,111 hectares. Midwest The Midwest and Midwest A uranium deposits at the Midwest project are two of several high-grade deposits at or near the contact between the basement complex and the sandstone in the Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan. The Midwest project is located near South McMahon Lake approximately 15 kilometres from the McClean Lake mill. The site is approximately 750 kilometres north of Saskatoon. The mineral property consists of three contiguous mineral leases covering an area of 1,426 hectares. Wheeler River Property The company has a 60% interest in the Wheeler River Joint Venture consisting of 19 unsurveyed mineral claims totaling 11,720 hectares in northern Saskatchewan. The J Zone at Waterbury The Waterbury Lake property is located in northern Saskatchewan and is jointly owned by the company (60%) and Korea Waterbury Uranium Limited Partnership (KWULP) (40%). The Waterbury Lake property is a 40,256 hectare collection of 13 irregularly shaped contiguous claims and 1 separate claim in the eastern Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan, Canada. The property is located approximately 12 kilometers north of Points North Landing and 700 kilometers northeast of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Mutanga Project, Zambia The company owns 100% of the Mutanga Project, including the Mutanga, Dibwe and Dibwe East deposits plus a number of exploration areas. Mutanga is located in a sparsely populated region in southern Zambia, in the Siavonga District of the Southern Province, approximately 200 kilometres south of the nation’s capital, Lusaka. Mutanga includes two mining licences (13880-HQ-LML and 13881-HQ-LML), including 457.3 square kilometres. The mining licences are held by Denison Mines Zambia Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company. Other Denison Projects The company also has various other projects located in the Athabasca Basin. These are Brown Lake (100% owned by the company); Epp Lake (100% owned by the company); Jasper Lake (100% owned by the company); Kirsch Lake (52% owned by the company, 48% owned by Aben Resources Ltd.); Perpete Lake (100% owned by the company); Ford Lake (100% owned by the company); Lazy Edward Bay (100% owned by the company); Black Lake (100% owned by the company); Way Lake (100% owned by the company); Yurchison Lake (100% owned by the company); Waterbury North (100% owned by the company); Waterbury West (100% owned by the company); Torwalt Lake (100% owned by the company); Davy Lake (100% owned by the company); Waterfound North (56.8% owned by the company, 43.2% owned by Uranium One); Fisher (100% owned by the company); Fireweed (100% owned by the company); Darby (56.8% owned by the company, and 43.2% owned by Uranium One); Candle (42.6% owned by the company, 32.4% owned by Uranium One, and 25.0% owned by JCU (Canada) Exploration Company, Limited (JCU)); Packrat (100% owned by the company); Marten (50% owned by the company, and 50% owned by JOGMEC); Wolverine (50% owned by the company, and 50% owned by JOGMEC); Black Bear (100% owned by the company); Lynx (56.8% owned by the company, and 43.2% owned by Uranium One); Moon Lake (56.8% owned by the company, and 43.2% owned by Uranium One); Gumboot (100% owned by the company); Stevenson River (100% owned by the company); and Turkey Lake (100% owned by the company). Strategy The company plans to aggressively explore its most prospective properties to expand existing resources and delineate new uranium resources. The company intends to increase shareholder value through successful exploration programs and corporate development activities to position the company as a top-tier Athabasca Basin focused uranium industry investment. History Denison Mines Corp. was founded in 1996.

 

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