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CanAlaska Uranium’s Peter Dasler Details Plans for 2015

CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (TSXV:CVV) President, Peter Dasler, spoke to the Investing News Network at the 2015 Canadian Investor Conference, about the company's West McArthur and Cree East projects in the Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan that are joint ventured with Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp. (MC Resources ) and a Korean Consortium, (comprising of Hanwha, KORES, KEPCO and SK). In each of those, Mr. Dasler says, "we've found major targets." The key catalyst for 2015 is drilling on one of the other projects, Northwest Manitoba.

Toro Energy Managing Director Dr. Vanessa Guthrie Says Be Patient and Persistent in Tough Times

Toro Energy Ltd. (ASX:TOE) Managing Director Dr. Vanessa Guthrie says what makes Toro Energy stand out from any other uranium company in its class is that, "we are the only project approved, ready to go, and the most advanced in terms of engineering and resource studies in Australia. [And] all we are now waiting for is the time to come back... the market to come back, with the uranium price, which will actually put Wiluna into production." In the last 12 months, major funds have invested in Toro Energy: $5 million from RealFin Capital Partners, and a $20 million investment from The Sentient Group.

Skyharbour Resources CEO talks high grade, at surface uranium in the Athabasca Basin

Skyharbour Resources (TSXV:SYH) CEO Jordan Trimble says the Way Lake Uranium Project in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan: "hosts one of the highest grade showings found at surface in the basin - a 48% U3O8 grab sample at another target on the property so it has a handful of high priority targets, a great upside exploration potential and it's had over 20,000 meters of previous drilling."

Dr. Keith Barron Interviewed on Palisade Radio: The Uranium Bottom is In Right Now

Last week, experienced exploration geologist Dr. Keith Barron was interviewed on Palisade Radio regarding his perspective on the uranium sector. Barron believes “the bottom is in right now” for the metal, and that “we will see a very quick double in the spot price for uranium” once Japan’s reactors are turned back on.