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URANIUM: Fission expands new R1515W zone with strongest hole to date



Fission has traced mineralization along the Patterson Lake Corridor to a total of 3.14 km.

SASKATCHEWAN – Fission Uranium Corp. of Kelowna, B.C., is picking up where it left of with continuing high grade drill results from its Patterson Lake South project on the rim of the Athabasca Basin. Hole PLS17-557 (line 1530W) encountered 47.0 metres of total composite mineralization including 5.29 metres of total composite >10,000 cps, making this the strongest hole to date at 1515W. The same intersection contained continuous mineralization over 27.5 metres and 5.29 metres of total composite >10,000 cps.

Hole PLS17-550 returned 58.5 metres of total composite mineralization including 1.57 metres of a total composite >10,000 cps.

The results have allowed Fission to expand R1515W to a strike length of 30 metres. The total strike length at PLS is now 3.14 km.

Fission is also conducting regional exploration near PLS with varying degrees of success. All drilling results are posted in the news section at www.FissionUranium.com.