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    Third Quarter 2016 Highlights

  • Completed highly successful summer 2016 exploration program at the Wheeler River property
    The summer exploration program included 37 drill holes, for a total of 23,622 metres and focused on expanding the uranium mineralization in the vicinity of the Gryphon deposit and completing an initial set of infill and delineation holes. The results demonstrated that the Gryphon deposit is part of a large and robust mineralizing system that remains open in numerous directions. Key highlights include:

    • Expansion of strike length of Gryphon D Series mineralized lenses
      The D Series lenses are located within 200 metres north and northwest of the Gryphon deposit. The lenses currently total 330 meters in collective strike extent, and mineralization remains open along strike in both directions. The most northeastern section drilled to date, Section 5350 GP, was highlighted by the result in drill hole WR-507D2, which returned 9.39% eU3O8 over 1.6 metres, from 579.5 to 581.1 metres, and indicates the continued strength of the mineralizing system and significant potential along strike and down-plunge to the northeast.

    • Discovery of additional high-grade mineralization associated with the Gryphon A and B Series lenses
      Additional high grade mineralization was discovered immediately to the southwestern portion of the Gryphon deposit. Highlights include 2.5% eU3O8 over 4.4 metres from 744.8 to 749.2 metres in drill hole WR-674, and 1.2% eU3O8 over 11.4 metres from 692.7 to 704.1 metres in drill hole WR-602D1. This mineralization is interpreted to be associated with the Gryphon deposit's previously defined A and B series lenses.

    • The D Series lenses and the new high grade intersections associated with the A and B Series lenses are not included in the current mineral resource estimate for the Gryphon deposit, nor are they incorporated into the Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") for the Wheeler River project, as detailed in the Company's NI 43-101 technical report entitled "Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Wheeler River Uranium Project, Saskatchewan, Canada", (the "PEA") with an effective date of March 31, 2016 - a copy of the report is available on the Company's website and on both SEDAR and EDGAR.

  • Initiated infill and delineation drilling at the Gryphon deposit
    To support the pre-feasibility study ("PFS") initiated for the Wheeler River project during the second quarter of 2016, Denison commenced an initial infill drilling program at the Gryphon deposit. Infill drilling is required at Gryphon to increase the confidence in the mineral resources estimated from an inferred to an indicated level. During the summer, five drill holes were completed using a directional drilling method to reduce time and costs, and improve drilling accuracy. Highlight results include drill hole WR-668D2, which intersected 1.5% eU3O8 over 14.4 metres (including 2.5% eU3O8 over 7.9 metres and 1.5% eU3O8 over 1.0 metre), and drill hole WR-668, which intersected 0.93% eU3O8 over 14.1 metres (including 2.1% eU3O8 over 3.7 metres and 1.4% eU3O8 over 1.3 metres) and 2.4% eU3O8 over 7.3 metres (including 3.7% eU3O8 over 4.5 metres).

  • Earned $3.4 million in toll milling revenue from McClean Lake during the first nine months of 2016
    The McClean Lake mill, in which Denison holds a 22.5% interest, packaged approximately 12.4 million pounds U3O8, during the nine months ended September 30, 2016, for the Cigar Lake Joint Venture ("CLJV") and generated toll milling revenues for Denison of $3.4 million. The Cigar Lake mine's annual production for 2016 is expected to be 16 million pounds U3O8, from which Denison is expected to earn approximately $4.5 million in toll milling revenue.

  • Entered into a transaction to acquire the Hook-Carter property from ALX Uranium
    In October 2016, Denison executed a definitive agreement with ALX Uranium Corp. ("ALX") to acquire an immediate 80% ownership of the Hook-Carter property in exchange for the issuance of 7.5 million common shares of Denison. Denison also agreed to fund ALX's share of the first CAD$12,000,000 in expenditures on the project. The Hook-Carter property consists of 28 claims, totaling 16,805 hectares, and is located to the northeast and on trend of the Triple R deposit, Arrow deposit and Spitfire discovery in the southwestern portion of the Athabasca Basin region, in northern Saskatchewan. Regulatory approvals required for the transaction to proceed have been received, and the parties expect to close the acquisition in early November 2016.
 
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