Focus on expanding the West Bear Co-Ni Deposit
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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.
Kirsten Marcia, president and CEO of DEEP Geothermal, talks about the next steps for her company’s project and the support from the province of Saskatchewan.by Jillian Clark
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.
Saskatchewan company to acquire substantially all of the Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Canada Ltd. operating assets from Prestige Equipment and Hilco Global.
IsoEnergy Ltd. is a uranium exploration and development company with a portfolio of prospective projects in the eastern Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan.
First drill hole showed potential for larger uranium mineralized system
Seven of 85 Kimberlite targets tested to date.
The West Carswell property is located 20 kilometres southwest of De Beers' CanAlaska Athabasca diamond project.
Silver Standard’s shareholders will own roughly 68% of the combined company with shareholders of Claude Resources holding the remaining 32%.
Deal covers 75 kimberlite-style targets identified by recent Saskatchewan government airborne survey.
The K+S Legacy mine will use underground solution mining to extract ore at greater depths than would be achieved using conventional mining methodsby Jessica Kirby
CanAlaska’s recent discovery of kimberlite prospects may yield Canada’s newest diamondsby Jillian Clark
CanAlaska’s West McArthur site being drilled by Cameco to uncover more high-grade uraniumby Jillian Clark
NexGen is a British Columbia corporation with a focus on the acquisition, exploration and development of Canadian uranium projects.
The funding agreement is for the development of the Mining Materials Research Cluster (Research Cluster) in Saskatchewan.
John McVey has been recently-appointed CEO of Procon, a small, full-service provider of start-to-finish industrial solutions for the Canadian mining industryby Kevin Miller
It’s about progressive reclamation and monitoring as you’re mining and then making adjustments as you goby Kevin Miller
Adjusting to sustainable energies need not be tough for those who have spent their careers in oil and gas. Many of their skills are transferrable.by Elizabeth James
According to a NexGen announcement, multiple drill holes have intersected substantial off-scale radioactivity at its Arrow Zoneby Peter Caulfield
The new facility will feature a greatly expanded service department, on-hand parts and inventory, and easily accommodate some of the larger John Deere products.
Finning International Inc. sets new roots in Saskatchewan after a landmark deal with Kramer Caterpillar closed July 1by Jessica Kirby
After 70 years in operation, the Kramer family has decided to retire from the equipment dealership business.
The Cigar Lake uranium project in northern Saskatchewan is now officially in commercial operation—owner Cameco has announced in a press release.