June 5, 2009 Bayswater Uranium provide an update of drilling recently completed at the Brudell Lake project in the Athabasca Basin. Final analytical results have been received from core samples from the drill program carried out in late 2008 on the Brudell Lake project. One vertical hole was completed to a depth of 1,006m, and the unconformity between Athabasca sandstone and basement rocks was intersected at a depth of 965m. In the 100m of sandstone above the unconformity, several zones of nickel, cobalt, lead and boron enrichment were defined. These elements are commonly associated with the margins of alteration zones surrounding unconformity related uranium deposits. A sample from this zone yielded 19.7 ppm Ni; background Ni contents are generally less than 2.8 ppm.
August 5, 2008 Announced that interpretation of ground geophysical surveys has detected strong conductors at the Brudell Lake project.
December 17, 2007 Announced that five high priority basement conductive zones have been located at its Brudell Lake property in the Athabasca Basin. The uranium exploration targets were identified by an airborne geophysical survey conducted over an area of the western Athabasca Basin that has never before been tested by systematic exploration.