Focus on expanding the West Bear Co-Ni Deposit
Mining in Saskatchewan centres around two major commodities: potash and uranium. Saskatchewan is the second largest producer of potash in the world and, according to the Saskatchewan Mining Association, the province is the world leader in uranium production. Watch for our upcoming issue of Mining & Exploration this year that will take an in-depth look at the Saskatchewan mining scene.
Recent Saskatchewan articles
A ground geophysical program and exploration and diamond drilling programs are planned for the 2019 season
Saskatchewan Research Council energizes Phase 2 of the Cowessess Renewable Energy Storage Facilityby Jillian Clark
The West Bear Property is an advanced exploration project located in the eastern Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan, Canada.
Mr. Sam Farris has succeeded Dr. Ulrich Lamp as President of K+S Potash Canada following Lamp’s retirement.
Judah Tyreman is a 13-year-old rock hound with a dream that even stone-hearted thieves can't chip away at.by Elizabeth James
IsoEnergy is a uranium exploration and development company with a portfolio of prospective projects in the eastern Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, Canada.
K+S Potash Canada GP is honoured to be named one of Saskatchewan’s Top Employers for the fifth year in a row.
Azincourt Energy is a Canadian-based resource exploration and development company focused on the alternative fuels/alternative energy sector.
The property area has seen encouraging historical exploration activity targeting gold and base-metals.
Both the Carter Lake and Patterson Northeast (PNE) Uranium Projects are located in the western Athabasca Basin.
CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. president Peter Dasler discusses drilling this summer by Cameco Corporation at CanAlaska's West McArthur project.
K+S celebrated the opening of their new potash mine in Canada with about 700 guests.
This is the fourth year in a row that KSPC has received this special designation for providing an exceptional workplace to its employees.