United Uranium Corp. applying to extend annual general meeting date



    SASKATOON, June 20 /CNW/ - United Uranium Corp. (UUC-TSX Venture) Further
to the Corporation's press release of today's date, the court materials in
support of the application to extend the time to hold an annual meeting of
shareholders are attached below.


    ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD


    "Kyle Kozuska"

    Kyle Kozuska
    Director


    The TSX Venture Exchange Does Not Accept Responsibility for the Adequacy
    or Accuracy of This News Release


    
                                                        Q.B. No.     of 2008

               IN THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH FOR SASKATCHEWAN
                         JUDICIAL CENTRE OF SASKATOON

           IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION UNDER SECTION 133 OF THE
           CANADA BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-44.

    BETWEEN:

           UNITED URANIUM CORP.,
                                                                   APPLICANT

                                   - AND -

           DIRECTOR OF CORPORATIONS CANADA (as appointed pursuant to s. 260
           of the CANADA BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-44)

                                                                  RESPONDENT

                               NOTICE OF MOTION
                               ----------------

    TAKE NOTICE THAT an application will be made before the presiding Judge in
Chambers at the Court House, 520 Spadina Crescent East, in the City of
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, on Thursday, the 26th day of June, 2008, at
10:00 o'clock in the forenoon or so soon thereafter as Counsel may be heard on
behalf of the Applicant for the following relief:

    1.  An order pursuant to Section 133(3) of the Canada Business
        Corporations Act permitting the Applicant to hold an annual meeting
        of shareholders on or before September 15, 2008;

    2.  An order pursuant to Rule 18(1) of The Queen's Bench Rules of Court
        validating the service of this Notice of Motion, the Affidavit of
        Kyle Kozuska, the Draft Order and the Book of Authorities on the
        shareholders of the Applicant based on their posting on the System
        for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval ("SEDAR").

    3.  In the alternative, an order pursuant to Rule 21 of The Queen's Bench
        Rules of Court for alternate service of this Notice of Motion, the
        Affidavit of Kyle Kozuska, the Draft Order and Book of Authorities on
        the shareholders of the Applicant in a manner the Court deems just;

    4.  An order pursuant to Rule 21 of The Queen's Bench Rules of Court for
        alternate service of the Order on the shareholders of the Applicant
        via posting on SEDAR; and

    5.  Such further and other relief as counsel may request and this
        Honourable Court shall deem just.

    AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the grounds upon which this application is
made, including reference to any statutory provision or rule to be relied on,
are as follows:

    1.  Sections 2(1) and 133(3) of the Canada Business Corporations Act (the
        "Act").

    2.  Rules 18(1), 21 and 441 of The Queen's Bench Rules of Court (the
        "Rules").

    3.  Part 2 of National Instrument 54-101.

    4.  The Applicant is a publicly traded corporation trading on the
        TSX Venture Exchange under the trading symbol "UUC" with its head
        office, registered office and most of its operations and assets
        located in Saskatchewan.

    5.  In or about October 2007, the entire board of directors of the
        Applicant resigned and replacement directors were subsequently
        appointed.

    6.  The same individuals act as directors of the Applicant, Shane
        Resources Ltd. ("Shane") and Star Uranium Corp. ("Star").

    7.  The Applicant, Shane and Star all share a common head office, have
        certain common shareholders, and have the identical Chief Financial
        Officer and Corporate Secretary.

    8.  On or about May 30, 2008, the President and CEO of the Applicant,
        Shane and Star resigned for personal reasons, notice of which was
        publicly disclosed on the same date.

    9.  Shane and Star are not required to hold their respective annual
        meetings of shareholders until September 15, 2008.

    10. At all relevant times, the Applicant intended to hold an annual
        meeting of shareholders in early September, 2008, in conjunction with
        the annual meetings of Shane and Star.

    11. Section 133(1) of the Act compels the Applicant to call an annual
        meeting not later than 15 months after holding the last preceding
        annual meeting, but no later than 6 months after the corporation's
        preceding financial year.

    12. The last annual meeting of the shareholders of the Applicant was held
        on June 15, 2007, and the Applicant's last financial year ended
        December 31, 2007, which means, in the absence of an Order from a
        Court, it is required to hold its annual general meeting prior to
        June 30, 2008.

    13. The directors of the Applicant only became aware of the requirement
        to hold an annual meeting on or before June 30, 2008 in late May,
        2008. At that time, the Applicant did not have sufficient time to
        obtain the necessary shareholder lists within the times prescribed by
        National Instrument 54-101 to allow the Applicant to provide notice
        to its shareholders of a June 30, 2008 annual meeting.

    14. It is in the interests of the shareholders of the Applicant to permit
        the annual meeting to be held at a later date for the following
        reasons:

        a)  the shareholders of the Applicant will receive adequate notice of
            the meeting; and

        b)  the annual meetings of the Applicant, Shane, and Star will be
            conducted at the same time, resulting in savings of time and
            costs for the Applicant, the directors and any mutual
            shareholders who attend the annual meetings.

    15. An order extending the date by which the Applicant may hold an annual
        meeting of shareholders would not prejudice the shareholders, as
        there are no outstanding or anticipated material changes affecting
        shareholders. Furthermore, the annual audited financial statements of
        the Applicant have already been provided to those shareholders who
        requested copies of the same.

    16. Further and in the alternative, if the requested relief is not
        granted, it will have a prejudicial effect on the shareholders of the
        Applicant, as the Applicant will not be able to provide adequate
        notice to shareholders of its annual meeting.

    17. The savings of costs and time associated with delaying the holding of
        the annual meeting of shareholders of the Applicant, is in the best
        interests of the shareholders, warrants the Court exercising its
        discretion in granting the requested relief.

    AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that in support of this application will be read:

    1.  This Notice of Motion;

    2.  The Draft Order;

    3.  Affidavit of Kyle Kozuska;

    4.  The Book of Authorities;

    5.  The Affidavit of Service; and

    5.  Such further and other material as counsel may advise and this
        Honourable Court may allow.

    DATED at the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, this 18th
day of June, 2008.

                                         Wallace Meschishnick
                                              Clackson Zawada

                                         Per: "Scott A. Newell"
                                         Scott A. Newell, Solicitors for the
                                         Applicant, United Uranium Corp.


    This document was prepared by:

    Wallace Meschishnick Clackson Zawada
    Lawyers Mediators
    901 - 119 4th Ave S
    Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X2

    Lawyer in charge of file: Scott A. Newell
    Address for service: as above
    306-659-1207 telephone
    306-933-2006 facsimile
    Our Ref: 5433-11422



                                                        Q.B. No.     of 2008

               IN THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH FOR SASKATCHEWAN
                         JUDICIAL CENTRE OF SASKATOON

           IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION UNDER SECTION 133 OF THE
           CANADA BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-44.

    BETWEEN:

           UNITED URANIUM CORP.,
                                                                   APPLICANT

                                   - AND -

           DIRECTOR OF CORPORATIONS CANADA (as appointed pursuant to s. 260
           of the CANADA BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-44)

                                                                  RESPONDENT

                          AFFIDAVIT OF KYLE KOZUSKA
                          -------------------------

    I, KYLE KOZUSKA, of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of
    Saskatchewan, MAKE OATH AND SAY THAT:

    1.  I am a director of the Applicant, United Uranium Corp. (the
    "Applicant"), in the within application and as such, have personal
    knowledge of the matters and facts herein deposed to, except where stated
    to be on information and belief and, where so stated, I verily believe
    the same to be true.

    2.  The Applicant is a body corporate incorporated pursuant to the
    provisions of the Canada Business Corporations Act, with its head office
    at 105 - 111 Research Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The Applicant's
    registered office and the majority of its assets and operations are
    located in Saskatchewan.

    3.  Shane Resources Ltd. ("Shane") is a body corporate incorporated
    pursuant to the provisions of The Business Corporations Act
    (Saskatchewan), with its head office at 105 - 111 Research Drive,
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

    4.  Star Uranium Corp. ("Star") is a body corporate incorporated pursuant
    to the provisions of the Business Corporations Act (British Columbia),
    with its head office at 105 - 111 Research Drive, Saskatoon,
    Saskatchewan.

    5.  The Applicant, Shane and Star (collectively the "Corporations") are
    publicly traded corporations listed on the TSX-Venture Exchange.

    6.  In or about October, 2008, all of the directors of each of the
    Corporations resigned, resulting in the following individuals being
    appointed as directors of each of the Corporations:

        a)  Kyle Kozuska (appointed October 16, 2007);

        b)  Eric Wray (appointed October 16, 2007); and

        c)  Gary Meschishnick (appointed November 26, 2007).

        (collectively the "Directors")

    7.  The Corporations all share a common head office, have certain common
    shareholders, and have the same individuals acting as their respective
    Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary.

    8.  The last annual general meeting of shareholders of each of the
    Corporations was held on June 15, 2007.

    9.  On or about May 30, 2008, Eric Wray resigned as the President and CEO
    of the Corporations for personal reasons, notice of which was publicly
    disclosed on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval
    ("SEDAR") by each of the Corporations on the same date.

    10. At all relevant times, the Directors intended on having the annual
    meetings of each of the Corporations on the same date in early September,
    2008. The reason for having the annual meetings of each of the
    Corporations on the same date is the savings of time and costs to the
    Applicant, the Directors, and any mutual shareholders who may wish to
    attend the annual meetings.

    11. Wallace Meschisnick Clackson Zawada ("WMCZ") act as solicitors for
    the Applicant, Shane and Star.

    12. In late May 2008 Mark Dolan of WMCZ advised the Directors, that in
    the absence of obtaining a Court Order, the Applicant is required to hold
    its annual general meeting of shareholders within 6 months of its year
    end, or on or before June 30, 2008. Based on my discussion with the other
    Directors, I verily believe that none were aware of this requirement
    prior to late May 2008.

    13. I have been advised by Mark Dolan of WMCZ, and do verily believe the
    same to be true, that Shane and Star have until September 15, 2008 to
    hold their respective annual general meetings as they are governed under
    The Business Corporations Act (Saskatchewan) and Business Corporations
    Act (British Columbia), respectively which do not require that the annual
    meeting of a corporation be held within 6 months of its year end.

    14. I have further been advised by Mark Dolan of WMCZ, and do verily
    believe the same to be true, that pursuant to Part 2 of National
    Instrument 54-101, prior to holding its annual meeting, the Applicant
    must obtain shareholder lists (including beneficial ownership
    information). I have been advised that this process must be initiated
    approximately sixty days prior to the date of the annual meeting. Based
    on this information the Applicant is unable to complete this process
    prior to June 30, 2008.

    15. In addition to general business, the Directors intend to bring a
    motion at the annual meeting to continue the Applicant as a corporation
    pursuant to The Business Corporations Act (Saskatchewan), so the annual
    meeting requirements for each of the Corporations will be identical.

    16. The annual audited financial statements (the "Financial Statements")
    and the annual management discussion and analysis (the "MD&A") for the
    Applicant for the financial year ended December 31, 2007 were filed on
    the SEDAR on April 28, 2008. Furthermore, I have been advised the
    Applicant's corporate secretary, Christine Dewald, that copies of the
    Financial Statements and MD&A were mailed to all shareholders who have
    requested a copy of the same.

    17. I have discussed the within application with each of the Directors,
    officers and employees of the Applicant, and have been advised and verily
    believe that no shareholder has contacted the Applicant with any concerns
    regarding the scheduling of the annual meeting.

    18. As a director of the Applicant, I understand that the Directors have
    a legal obligation to ensure that the Applicant provides ongoing
    disclosure of material changes. Since I became a director, I verily
    believe that the Applicant has made complete and full disclosure of all
    material changes and all such changes have been publicly posted on SEDAR.
    Moreover, I am unaware of any circumstances that would result in an
    obligation to disclose any additional material changes prior to
    September 15, 2008.

    19. Based on paragraphs 15 through 18 inclusive herein, I do verily
    believe that the order sought will not prejudice any shareholders of the
    Applicant.

    20. I do verily believe that if the requested relief is not granted, it
    will have a prejudicial effect on the shareholders of the Applicant, as
    the Applicant will not be able to provide proper notice to shareholders
    of its annual meeting.

    21. I make this Affidavit in support of an application by the Applicant
    under s. 133(3) of the Canada Business Corporations Act.


    Sworn before me at the City of Saskatoon  )
    in the Province of Saskatchewan, this     )
    ________ day of June, 2008.               )
                                              )
                                              )
    ------------------------------------------)   ---------------------------
    A Commissioner for Oaths in and for           Kyle Kozuska
    the Province of Saskatchewan.
    Being a Solicitor.
    My appointment expires: ______________


    This document was delivered by: Wallace Meschishnick Clackson Zawada,
    901, 119 4th Ave S, Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X2; 306-659-1207 telephone;
    306-933-2006 fax; Attention: Scott A. Newell; Our File No. 5433-11422



                                                        Q.B. No.     of 2008

               IN THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH FOR SASKATCHEWAN
                         JUDICIAL CENTRE OF SASKATOON

           IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION UNDER SECTION 133 OF THE
           CANADA BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-44.

    BETWEEN:

           UNITED URANIUM CORP.
                                                                   APPLICANT

                                   - AND -

           DIRECTOR OF CORPORATIONS CANADA (as appointed pursuant to s. 260
           of the CANADA BUSINESS CORPORATIONS ACT, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-44)

                                                                  RESPONDENT

                                 DRAFT ORDER
                                 -----------

    UPON THE APPLICATION of the Applicant, UNITED URANIUM CORP., and upon
hearing from counsel for the Applicant, UNITED URANIUM CORP. and noting
service of the Respondent, the DIRECTOR OF CORPORATIONS CANADA, and upon
having read all materials filed:

    IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that:

    1.  The deadline for the holding of the annual general meeting of the
        Applicant, UNITED URANIUM CORP., is hereby extended to September 15,
        2008 pursuant to s. 133(3) of the Canada Business Corporations Act;

    2.  Service of the Notice of Motion and supporting materials herein is
        deemed valid on the shareholders of the Applicant based on their
        posting on the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval
        ("SEDAR"); and

    3.  Service of this Order shall be deemed valid on the shareholders of
        the Applicant upon its posting on SEDAR.

    ISSUED at the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, this
    ______ day of June, 2008.


    (seal)                               ------------------------------------
                                         Local Registrar


    This document was delivered by: Wallace Meschishnick Clackson Zawada,
    901, 119 4th Ave S, Saskatoon, SK S7K 5X2; 306-659-1207 telephone;
    306-933-2006 fax; Attention: Scott A. Newell; Our File No. 5433-11422
    

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