June 1, 2010 Delta Uranium announced that rare earth element mineralization has been discovered on the company’s 34,500-hectare Kenora property in northwest Ontario, Canada. Grab samples collected primarily to determine their uranium content have given rare earth element analyses that range up to a maximum estimated
total rare earth oxide (“TREO”) of 0.34 percent.
January 5, 2009 Reported the results of prospecting, sampling and assaying program carried out during the summer of 2008. A total of 2,484 samples were collected and assayed. Combined with an additional 701 samples collected in 2007, these samples have defined 12 anomalies that warrant further work in the coming year. Of the samples collected 16 yielded results over 2,000 ppm U3O8.
September 4, 2008 Reported the results of diamond drilling at the Bee Lake uranium zone, which includes 1.65 metres of 1005 ppm U3O8 in hole BL08-001 and 10.50 metres of 146 ppm U3O8 in hole BL08-016. The Bee Lake mineralized zone is at the extreme west end of what appears to be a 4.5 kilometre long trend containing several parallel zones of granite and pegmatite. Proceeding east from the main cluster of diamond drill holes, most of the first 2 kilometres is covered by water or overburden, but thereafter the zone curves round to a more north-south strike direction and is well exposed on higher ground.