Land position expanded in emerging Patterson Lake Uranium CampCIN has acquired a 50% interest in an additional 8 claims totalling 34,762.177 hectares in the emerging Patterson Lake uranium district in the Athabasca region of west central Saskatchewan. The claims were staked for their proximity to the Patterson Lake South discovery presently being explored by Alpha Minerals and Fission Energy.
Monpre Iron Ore ProjectThe Monpre Iron Ore Project was acquired in 2012, as part of a large land package that contains numerous other gold targets.
Copper Mountain ProjectThe Copper Mountain Project is directly adjacent to the recently reopened Copper Mountain Mine, near Princeton BC.
Cole ProjectThe Cole Project was optioned to a private company in 2012, and subsequently, a geochemical survey and prospecting program were completed, yielding encouraging results.
Canadian International Minerals Inc. ("CIN") is a diversified, junior mining exploration company, focused on early-stage project generation and new discoveries. CIN is committed to Canada for its political stability, and holds projects in Saskatchewan, Ontario, and British Columbia. The company enhances shareholder value by acquiring low-cost, early-stage mineral exploration projects, and developing them through grassroots exploration using in-house geological expertise.
CIN is primarily focused on exploring its uranium properties in the Patterson Lake area, in the southwestern Athabasca Basin region. Recent discoveries by joint-venture partners Alpha Minerals Inc (AMW.V) and Fission Energy Corp (FIS.V) have sparked a staking rush in the Patterson Lake region, which was previously not perceived to be prospective for uranium deposits. CIN's current land holdings total over 25,000 hectares, the vast majority of which having never been explored. Secondary focus is on the Monpre Iron Ore project in northwestern Ontario, a long-dormant iron ore resource with exciting development potential.