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Revenue falls at Cameco, but company earns profit

SASKATOON – Cameco Corp. (TSX:CCO) says it earned a profit in its latest quarter compared with a loss a year ago as revenue fell more than 25 per cent. 300 kata lagi


SilverCrest Announces Additional High Grade Underground Results At Las Chispas; Commencement of Surface Drilling Program

VANCOUVER, April 28, 2016 /CNW/ – SilverCrest Metals Inc. (“SilverCrest” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce additional results from the underground channel sampling program and the commencement of a surface drilling program at its Las Chispas Project (“Las Chispas”) located in Sonora, Mexico, as previously announced on March 2, 2016. 51 kata lagi


Rabbit Lake closure 'right economic decision' given tough market: Cameco VP

The Rabbit Lake Uranium Mine

3Cameco mines in northern Saskatchewan: Rabbit Lake, Cigar Lake and McArthur River.

800 km Rabbit Lake is about 800 kilometres north of Saskatoon, on the western edge of Wollaston Lake. 505 kata lagi


Minerals Council of Australia on the back foot with its pro uranium campaign

Pro-uranium social media campaign’s #epicfail  Why are some still championing nuclear power when renewable energy generation has doubled worldwide over the past decade? Jim Green, SBS, 25 Apr 2016  762 kata lagi


Comment: Pro-uranium social media campaign's #epicfail

by Jim Green

The Minerals Council of Australia launched a pro-uranium social media campaign on Wednesday. By that afternoon the twitter hashtag #untappedpotential was trending but ‒ as an AAP piece picked up by… 725 kata lagi

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Rabbit Lake mine closure bad news for workers, northern Saskatchewan: Grand Chief

The loss of hundreds of jobs at a uranium mine near Wollaston Lake will have lasting effects for the workers, their families and their communities, according to the Grand Chief of the Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC), which represents 12 First Nations across northern Saskatchewan. 954 kata lagi


Cameco cuts could be felt across Saskatchewan's mining sector

SASKATOON – Cameco’s decision Thursday to halt production at a uranium operation in northeast Saskatchewan and cut 500 jobs will be felt throughout the province’s close-knit mining sector, according to an industry insider. 316 kata lagi