Saskatchewan, Canada

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Focused Uranium Exploration in the Athabasca Basin

The Otherside project spans 21,868.22 hectares across 6 claims and holds promising exploration rights within the renowned Davy Lake property. This portion of the property, previously held by Strathmore Minerals Corp. and Fission Uranium Corp. between 2005-2010, offers potential for uranium and rare earths (REE).

Exploration Progress:

To date, Appia has made progress in assessing the Otherside property. Two drill holes and a series of seven magnetic and electromagnetic geophysical surveys have been conducted. These efforts have enabled the identification and evaluation of key geological features and indicators, setting the stage for further exploration and potential resource extraction.

Project Location

Northern Saskatchewan

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The Otherside property presents an opportunity for mineral exploration within the north-central Athabasca Basin. Situated approximately 28 kilometres south of Fond-du-Lac village, this strategically positioned property offers prime access to this renowned mining region.


Central Coordinates:

Using the UTM NAD83, Zone 13N coordinate system, the central coordinates of the Otherside property are approximately 356,250 metres east and 6,540,050 metres north. (Figure 1)

Exploration and Development:

With its favourable location and precise coordinates, the Otherside property provides a strong foundation for Appia’s exploration and development initiatives. 

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Geology & Mineralization

The Otherside property represents an opportunity for Appia to explore and develop high-grade uranium deposits. Our decision to stake the property was carefully informed by a range of geological and geophysical insights.

One key insight is that the Otherside property is situated within a major regional structure with shared geophysical features of known high-grade uranium deposits. The electromagnetic conductive signatures in the Otherside property extend away from the Black Lake Shear zone to the Grease River Shear Zone (Figure 2). This feature is known to host high-grade uranium deposits, further affirming Appia’s initial staking decision.

In addition, the McKenzie Diabase Dykes cross-cutting the regional fabric (Figure 3) are identical to those found at Denison Mine’s Wheeler River property, located 200 km to the southeast. These geological features strengthen Appia’s potential for success in unlocking the value and potential of the Otherside property.

Stay tuned for the latest updates on our exploration activities on the Otherside property and our ongoing work to contribute to the growth and advancement of the critical minerals industry.

Figure 2 - Otherside EM conductor
Figure 3 - Diabase Dykes


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