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  • Cameco Corporation

    Cameco is one of the world's largest uranium producers accounting for about 16% of the world's production from its mines in Canada and the US.

  • Cameco in the North

    Cameco seeks to earn the support of communities wherever we operate. In northern Saskatchewan, that means respecting traditional lands and activities and working together with northerners to develop economic and social opportunities. We've done this for many years and we're proud of our role in building northern communities and businesses.

  • Areva Resources Canada Inc.

    AREVA Resources is committed to protecting the environment and building relations with its stakeholders.

  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment

    The Ministry of Environment manages our province's diverse landscapes and our renewable natural resources in a manner that supports a healthy environment, a growing economy and strong, vibrant communities.

  • Northern Saskatchewan Environmental Quality Committee (EQC)

    The Northern Saskatchewan Environmental Quality Committee (EQC), established in 1995, enables northerners to learn more about uranium mining activities and to see first-hand the environmental protection measures being employed, and the socio-economic benefits being gained. Northern Saskatchewan is the source of one-quarter of the world's uranium supply.

  • Science Ambassador Program

    The Science Ambassador Program pairs senior university science, engineering and health science students with rural and remote Aboriginal community schools, to support creative and culturally-relevant science teaching and learning. Our Science Ambassadors work alongside teachers to present hands-on science activities, facilitate class discussions and mentor students exploring possibilities for careers and continuing education.

  • Mercury in Saskatchewan Fish: Guidelines for Consumption

    This update is intended as an information guide regarding mercury levels in fish from Saskatchewan waterbodies. The list is intended to provide anglers and others with easy-to-read guidelines for consumption of Saskatchewan fish.

  • Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

    SRC creates sustainable solutions to environmental challenges faced by a variety of industries. We help you monitor, measure and provide reporting on your environmental footprint. Taking care to ensure the world’s natural resources are properly managed, we apply advanced techniques that have earned us recognition in environmental analysis, forestry, climate, environmental remediation, life cycle assessment and geoscience.

  • Environment Canada

    At Environment Canada (EC), our business is protecting the environment, conserving the country's natural heritage, and providing weather and meteorological information to keep Canadians informed and safe.

  • Health Canada

    Health Canada is the Federal department responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health, while respecting individual choices and circumstances.

  • Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines (CEQG)

    Users are advised to consult the Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines introductory text, factsheet, and/or protocols for specific information and implementation guidance pertaining to each environmental quality guideline.

  • Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC)

    The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission regulates the use of nuclear energy and materials to protect the health, safety and security of Canadians and the environment; and to implement Canada's international commitments on the peaceful use of nuclear energy.

  • Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations

    The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations represents 74 First Nations in Saskatchewan. The Federation is committed to honouring the Spirit and Intent of the Treaties as well as the promotion, protection and implementation of Treaties that were made with the First Nations more than a century ago.

  • Prince Albert Grand Council

    The Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) organization represents twelve First Nations located in central and northern Saskatchewan.

  • Canada North Environmental Services (CanNorth)

    Canada North Environmental Services is an environmental consulting firm, specializing in environmental monitoring and impact assessments, baseline data acquisition, erosion control, aquatic studies, wildlife, habitat, and vegetation assessments.