Labrador Uranium Closes Acquisition of the Mustang Lake Project

Toronto, ON May 18, 2022 – Labrador Uranium Inc. (“LUR” or “Labrador Uranium”) (CSE: LUR) (OTCQB: LURAF) (F: EI1) is pleased to announce that it has closed the previously announced acquisition (the “Acquisition”) of the Mustang Lake Project (the “Mustang Lake Project”), a prospective uranium project located in the Central Mineral Belt of Labrador, approximately 9.5 kilometres northeast of Paladin Energy’s Michelin deposit, pursuant to the purchase agreement dated November 3, 2021, between LUR, Consolidated Uranium Inc., Mega Uranium Ltd. (“Mega”) and its wholly-owned subsidiary.

Pursuant to the Acquisition, LUR acquired Mega’s 66% interest in the joint venture between Mega and Anthem Resources Inc. (formerly Santoy Resources Ltd.) that holds a 100% interest in the Mustang Lake Project in exchange for the issuance of 3,000,000 common shares of LUR (the “Common Shares”). The Common Shares issued in connection with the Acquisition are subject to a statutory hold period under Canadian securities legislation ending on September 19, 2022.

Stephen Keith, CEO commented, “We are pleased to close the acquisition of the Mustang Lake Project, further expanding our footprint across the CMB. The project is a known target along strike to Paladin Energy’s existing Michelin deposit, which is among the largest deposits in North America. We now have a dominant land position in Labrador, and a strong balance sheet to support our robust exploration plans going forward.”

The Mustang Lake Project

The Mustang Lake Project is host to several uranium prospects consisting of numerous radioactive boulders, and lesser mineralized outcrop. The mineralization is hosted within felsic to intermediate volcanic rocks of the Aillik Group and lesser foliated mafic dykes that cross-cut the succession. The felsic rocks locally resemble those hosting mineralization at the Michelin deposit. The more intermediate rocks display similarities to those hosting mineralization at the Jacques Lake deposit. Three main prospects occur within the area: Mustang Lake, Irving Zone and Mustang Lake North. The project has potential for IOCG-style mineralization. The Mustang Lake Project is host to the highest lake-sediment value for uranium within the entire Michelin-Jacque Lake region. Past diamond drilling has intersected uranium values of 0.12% U3O8 over 9.11 metres

About Labrador Uranium Inc.

Labrador Uranium is engaged in the exploration and development of uranium projects in Labrador, Canada. The Company has acquired the Moran Lake and CMB Projects covering over 139,000 ha in the prolific Central Mineral Belt (CMB) in central Labrador and the Notakwanon Project in northern Labrador. Both the Moran Lake Project, which hosts historical uranium mineral resources, and the CMB Project, located adjacent to Paladin Energy’s Michelin uranium deposit, have had substantial past exploration work completed with numerous targets with uranium, copper and IOCG style mineralization. The Notakwanon Project is underexplored but drill ready. All three projects are expected to be the focus of an aggressive exploration program in 2022.

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