Monthly Archives: September 2010

URANIUM INDUSTRY SELF-PROMOTES: NORTH REMAINS “AMONG POOREST”

The uranium industry recently held their “3rd International Conference on Uranium”. While company executives and technical people engaged in expensive self-promotion, the Conference Board of Canada released a study showing that, in spite of the “uranium boom”, Northern Saskatchewan remains … Continue reading

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PROPOSED URANIUM MINE WOULDN’T GET GO-AHEAD IN SOUTH

The uranium mining going on in the north since the 1950s, first to fuel U.S. nuclear weapons and then nuclear power plants, has made northern Saskatchewan one of the world’s largest uranium tailings dumps.  Meanwhile, Cameco is preparing its Environmental … Continue reading

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