Projects For Option

Projects available for option:

Riou River

The Riou River Project comprises 18,227 ha along the Riou River, located entirely within the Athabasca basin.

Pluto Bay

The Pluto Bay Property consists of 27,918 ha, northeast of the communities of Stony Rapids and Black Lake.

Foster River

The Foster River property consists of five claims totaling 26,857 hectares approximately 20 km east of Cameco’s Key Lake operation, and adjoining the southwestern end of Skyharbour’s South Falcon Point Project.

South Dufferin

The property comprises ten claims totaling 13,205 hectares and lies 13 km south of the Athabasca Basin margin, 32 km south of Cameco’s Centennial deposit and 15 km south of their Dufferin Lake Zone.

Highway Project

The Highway Project consists of one claim covering ~1184 ha, approximately 41 km south of the Rabbit Lake Mine and 11 km SW of Uranium Energy Corp.’s (UEC, formerly UEX) West Bear U and Co-Ni Deposits.

South Bay

Skyharbour Resources holds a 100% interest in the 84 ha South Bay Project consisting of six claims around the past-producing Selco South Bay copper-zinc-silver mine.


The Karin Project consists of six claims covering 24,264 ha approximately 20 km south-southeast of Cameco’s Key Lake operation.

914, 914N, and Elevator

The 914, 914N, and Elevator projects consist of four non-contiguous claims totalling 11,873 ha and are located 31 to 52 km south of the Athabasca Basin margin and 35 to 55 km south of Cameco’s Key Lake Operation (209.8 million pounds U3O8 produced at an average grade of 2.32%).


The 914W project consists of one claim covering 1,260 ha approximately 48 km southwest of Cameco’s Key Lake Operation. Highway 914 runs through the western edge of the project, providing excellent access for exploration.

CBX and Shoe

The CBX and Shoe projects consist of eight non-contiguous claims totalling 9,386 ha and lies approximately 6.5 km to 25 km north to northeast of the Eagle Point uranium mine and cover the northern shore of Wollaston Lake including parts of Cunning Bay.

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