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Select a property to learn more ... Yukon Gold Projects Stirrup Creek (Gold) Zeus I & Zeus II (Copper/Gold) Licky Boy (Gold/Polymetallic) Princeton (Copper/Gold) Colorado Uranium Project Quebec Uranium Projects
 Overview - Gold

 Stirrup Claims: British Columbia
The upper Stirrup Creek area has produced several thousand ounces of placer gold... more

Zeus Claims: British Columbia
The Zeus and Zeus #1 copper/gold claims are located approximately 40 km NW of Lillooet.. more

Lucky Boy Property: British Columbia
A ground geophysical survey and drill site preparation will be conducted on the Lucky Boy Claims. This will upgrade and add to all previous... more

Princeton Project: British Columbia
This project consists of copper-gold-palladium claims covering 1266 hectares located 11 to 12 km south of Princeton. These claims, known as the Princeton project, have more than four showings... more

Yukon White Gold Projects:
This projects consists of four separate claims blocks within the Tintina gold belt located 95 km south of Dawson City, Yukon The claims are strategically located near the Kinross/Underworld White Gold Discovery... more
 Overview - Uranium

 Quebec Uranium Projects:
Anglo Canadian has two uranium projects in Eastern Quebec, Canada. The Quebec Uranium projects are located in the Otish Basin and have NI 43-101 technical reports completed

The Big Mac and Charles Projects are located near the Cogema/Soquim L-Zone project which contains a 5 million pounds U3O8 resource. A total of 8 targets have been identified on the Company's projects for follow-up ... more

Colorado Uranium Projects:
Anglo Canadian also has a portfolio of uranium projects in the Four Corners region of the United States which has a lengthy mining history. These well defined projects are in the Uravan mineral belt located in the Colorado Plateau.

With the increased price of uranium this region is being explored by a number of private and public companies. The Company has joined a strategic consortium for the development of a new Colorado Uranium production and mill facility to compliment current production from the region ... more

Uravan Mineral Belt
The Uravan mineral belt in the Colorado Plateau has a lengthy mining history, with the first ore shipment made to France in 1898. World War II brought increased attention to the uranium ores in the Uravan area. During WWII, Uravan provided part of the uranium needed by the Manhattan Project for the first atomic bomb. Because of wartime secrecy the Manhattan Project would only publicly admit to purchasing the vanadium, and did not pay the uranium miners for the uranium ore (in a later lawsuit, many miners were able to reclaim lost profits from the U.S. government). By the 1950's this district was one of the world's foremost producers of both uranium and vanadium. Throughout the 30 years of mining history at the Uravan Belt (1948 Ð 1978), over 63 million pounds of uranium and 330 million pounds of Vanadium have been produced which was contributed to by more than 1,200 individual mines. Production continued uninterrupted until 1984 when low uranium prices forced the closure of all operations. Production resumed in 1987 with short periods of resumed production due to increased vanadium prices, but with no sustained activity until recently.

The majority of the uranium-vanadium deposits in this region are hosted in the upper Jurassic Salt Wash Member of the Morrison Formation and the Triassic Moss Back Member of the Chinle Formation. All three properties are located in lithologically favorable zones of the Salt Wash Member.