Fission 3.0 – TSXV: FUU, OTC: FISOF, FSE: 2F3A

Fission 3.0 Corp (Stock Symbols – TSXV: FUU, OTC: FISOF, FSE: 2F3A) is a uranium project generator and property bank company. The company’s business model is to identify prospective projects and use its technical expertise to develop and de-risk those projects for potential sale.

The company has 14 properties in the mighty Athabasca Basin which is home to the highest uranium grades in the world.

Fission 3.0 Projects
Fission 3.0 Projects. Source: Fission 3.0

The company has approximately 206,809 total hectares of exploration properties with uranium potential in Saskatchewan and Alberta in Canada, and Peru.

The company projects are organized across four major areas: Patterson Lake South (PLS), Key Lake Road, Beaverlodge, and North East Athabasca Basin.

The Patterson Lake South projects include: Clearwater West, Patterson Lake North, and Wales Lake.

The company’s current exploration plans for this region includes drill testing several faults and conductors in PLS and regional drill testing of Wales Lake.

The Key Lake Road projects include: Hobo Lake, Lazy Edward Bay, Bird Lake, and Seahorse Lake.

The company’s current exploration plans for this region includes drill testing the Hobo Lake area along a 50 kilometer shear zone trend.

Beaverlodge area projects include: Beaver River, Midas, Hearty Bay, and North Shore.

The company’s current exploration plans for this region includes following up on a new discovery at the Trigger Zone in Beaver River (the discovery had a sample which returned 13.9% U308 and 2.27 g/t gold).

North East Athabasca projects include: Murphy Lake, Cree Bay, and Eagle.

The company’s current exploration plans for this region includes ground geophysics to define targets at Murphy Lake and Cree Bay.

Fission 3.0 Corp. was incorporated in 2013 and is headquartered in Kelowna, Canada.

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