Partnering for Prosperity
Cameco, Orano and northern communities have a long history of working together and collaborating for mutual prosperity. 2020 was no exception. In fact, last year we all faced significant challenges – the dynamics of an ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, continued weak uranium markets and care and maintenance of McArthur River/Key Lake and Rabbit Lake operations.
Despite these challenges, which have affected benefits under our collaboration agreements, we made good progress on our mutual obligations and remain steadfast in our commitment to working collaboratively with northern Saskatchewan communities.
To each community, members of implementation committees and board members, we thank you for continuing to work together during these challenging times.
Annual reports, outlining progress made under our agreements in 2020, have been distributed to:
- English River First Nation
- Lac La Ronge Indian Band
- Ya’thi Néné (Black Lake First Nation, First Nation of Fond du Lac, Hatchet Lake First Nation, Stony Rapids, Wollaston Lake, Uranium City and Camsell Portage)