Purepoint Uranium Group Inc. announced its exploration plans for 2024 with field programs at its two joint ventures and four of its 100% owned projects. All six projects reside in Canada's Athabasca Basin, the world's richest uranium district. Drilling is set to begin shortly at the Hook Lake JV project, jointly owned by Cameco Corp.

(39.5%), Orano Canada Inc. (39.5%) and Purepoint Uranium Group Inc. (21%) as operator. Mobilization is currently underway and proceeding well despite unseasonably cold temperatures. Plans have been completed for this Spring's drill program at the Company's 100% owned Red Willow project.

Drilling will initially target the Long Lake area where over 5 kilometres of favourable EM conductors remains to be drill tested and historic drilling intersected a 1.6 metre radioactive structure in LL08-05 that included 269 ppm U over 0.5 m. Purepoint's Turnor Lake project is scheduled for drilling in late third quarter 2024. Drilling will target the 2.3 km long Serin EM conductor, which lies on trend with IsoEnergy Ltd.'s Hurricane Deposit, and will also test the Turaco East conductor. A 2022 drill hole at Serin Lake, SL22-02A, encountered two graphitic zones with weak shearing and returned 331 ppm U over 0.8 metres (326.6 to 327.4 metres).

The Serin Lake conductor remains prospective between SL22-02A and the historic hole SL-08-01 and is still untested to the Northeast. Drilling is also scheduled for the Turaco East conductor where historic hole Q-2 returned an anomalous uranium result of 886 ppm over 30cm.