(Previously Form 53-901F)
Material Change Report
Item 1: Name and Address of Company
CanAlaska Uranium Ltd.
1788 – 650 West Georgia St.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6B 4N7
Item 2: Date of Material Change:
April 8, 2008
Item 3: News Release:
A news release dated and issued on April 8 , 2008 was disseminated through Canada News
Item 4: Summary of Material Change:
CANALASKA URANIUM WINTER DRILLING UPDATE
Item 5: Full Description of Material Change:
Vancouver, Canada, April 8 th , 2008 – CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. (CVV – TSX.V) is
pleased to announce extended drilling at its Cree East and Lake Athabasca projects during
April, due to cool weather conditions and developing targets.
Since January, the Company has undertaken drilling operations on three projects. Early
drilling on a land-based target at the Key Lake Project, situated 10 km south of the Key Lake
mine site intersected uranium stringer mineralization in a sheared graphitic host (see News
Release February 29 2008 ). This significant uranium mineralization shows the typical
hematitic alteration associated with basement hosted mineralization elsewhere in the
Athabasca, and will require further drilling to determine continuity and extent. No assay
results are available at this time, but radiometric U 3 O 8 values are significant. Drilling on
this target can be further conducted under summer conditions.
In February, the Company
started drill programs at
Johnston Island on its Lake
Athabasca Project, just south
of the historic Gunnar uranium
mine, and at Cree Lake on its
Cree East Project, in the SE of
the Athabasca Basin (See
News Release Feb 27 2008 ).
On each of these projects the
Company had expected to
complete between five and
seven drill holes, testing
targets. The drill season
generally finishes in early April.
However, continued cold weather conditions is prolonging the season and allowing the
Company further tim