Making a Difference

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We've still got a ways to go and each of our regions are at different stages of the pandemic, but there is hope with the vaccines that have arrived. Some of our northern Saskatchewan employees have already received it, including community liaisons Rick Robillard from Black Lake and Darlene Gazandlare from Wollaston/Hatchet Lake.

Read about their experiences

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  • Building Resilience Together

    Strong relationships between northern Saskatchewan communities and the uranium industry are important to our mutual prosperity. Cameco and Orano have been partnering with communities in this region for decades.

    Formalizing…

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  • 20 Students Awarded Scholarships in 2020

    • Education & Literacy

    Cameco is committed to making a positive, long-term difference in local communities, particularly during turbulent times like these. The Cameco Northern Saskatchewan Scholarship is one of the ways in which we do…

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  • Partnering for Prosperity - Lac la Ronge Indian Band

    • Community Development
    • Education & Literacy
    • Health & Wellness
    • Youth

    Over the past three years, Cameco and the Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB), have continued to collaborate to advance the LLRIB’s goals for the funding provided under the collaboration…

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  • Supporting Women with Cancer

    • Health & Wellness

    2020 Touchdown for Dreams

    The Cameco Riders Touchdown for Dreams program fulfills the dreams of women in Saskatchewan living with a life-threatening cancer diagnosis. The program is a partnership between Cameco,…

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  • Partnering for Prosperity

    Cameco and Orano have been partnering with northern Saskatchewan communities for decades. Many of these partnerships were formalized, beginning in 2012 with the northern village of Pinehouse and, most recently…

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