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Sienna Resources Secures Major Uranium Project in Athabasca, Expanding Mining Portfolio

Sienna Resources Inc. (TSXV: SIE) (OTC Pink: SNNAF) (FSE: A1XCQ0) proudly announces its acquisition of the Atomic Uranium Project in Saskatchewan’s Athabasca Basin, spanning over 50,440 acres. This significant move positions the company at the forefront of uranium exploration by adding a district-scale project to its portfolio.

Sienna Resources Launches Atomic Uranium Project

Sienna’s recent acquisition adds a monumental 50,440-acre Atomic Uranium Project adjacent to Orano and CanAlaska Uranium Ltd, marking a bold step into uranium exploration. President Jason Gigliotti confirmed, “With the Atomic Uranium Project, Sienna now engages with three uranium ventures, leveraging the rich resources of the world’s top uranium district.” The company’s focus shifts to operational strategies for its expanded uranium projects portfolio.

Strategic Expansion and Industry-Leading Partnerships

Earlier, Sienna expanded its mining interests by acquiring Dragon Uranium Project and Uranium Town Project, both in the distinguished Athabasca Basin, further strengthening its hold in the uranium sector. This area’s global standing is underscored by its premium uranium deposits, with Saskatchewan receiving high rankings for mining operations.

Sienna’s lithium ventures in Nevada, including the promising Elko Lithium Project and Clayton Valley Lithium Projects, showcase the company’s diversified approach to mining essential resources. Notably, neighboring ventures highlight the high-grade lithium potential, underlining the strategic significance of Sienna’s positioning.

Qualified person Mr. Frank Bain, PGeo, endorses the technical details in this release. Sienna is keen on advancing its uranium and lithium projects, underscored by solid financial backing and a strategic marketing plan.

For further details on our projects and operations, contact Sienna directly.

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