Appia Rare Earths & Uranium Inc. is a Canadian publicly traded company based out of Calgary, Alberta, focused on the exploration and development of uranium and rare earth element deposits in Canada. Appia is a relative newcomer to the mineral exploration business, having been founded only in 2011 as part of an effort to capitalize on the growing demand for these types of minerals, particularly uranium. Appia is focused on the development of two Canadian resource projects; the Maxwell uranium project in the Athabasca Basin and the Mid-North rare earth element project near Fort McMurray. The Maxwell Project consists of three deposits containing extremely high grade uranium mineralization and is located on the eastern side of the Athabasca Basin. With such close proximity, the team at Appia believe that the project has the potential to become one of the premier uranium deposits in the Basin, with estimated mineral resources of nearly 20 million pounds of uranium, as well as high concentrations of rare earth elements. In addition to its exploration efforts in Saskatchewan, Appia are also responsible for the development of the Mid-North REE project near Fort McMurray, Alberta. Much like the Maxwell Uranium project, Mid-North is estimated to contain above average concentrations of both rare earth elements and other minerals. The project includes over 6,500 claims that cover an expansive territory in the area, with the company leading extensive exploration efforts to identify and capitalize on the resources within. With the escalating demand for uranium and rare earth elements, Appia have placed themselves in a prime position to capitalize on the opportunity these minerals present. As an emerging leader in the exploration and development of uranium and rare earth rare deposits in Canada, Appia has identified two exceptional projects that they believe can become world-class uranium and rare earths deposits. The team at Appia is committed to realizing the true potential of these projects and bringing them to fruition in the near future.