Labrador Uranium is engaged in the exploration and development of uranium projects in Labrador, Canada.
The CMB Project covers a significant portion of the prolific 260 km long by 75 km wide Central Mineral Belt, which is endowed with hundreds of copper, uranium, silver, gold, REE, iron and molybdenum showings. The Belt overlies the junction of four major geological provinces and affected by major magmatic and orogenic events.
The Notakwanon Project is located in northern Labrador, approximately 60 km west of the Labrador coast and straddles the boundary of the Churchill and Nain Provinces. The Project is accessible via float plane or helicopter from Hopedale, Nain or Happy Valley-Goose Bay.