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Mention Saskatchewan and most people immediately think of wheat fields and flat prairie landscapes rather than substantial mineral deposits, like uranium, waiting to be discovered.
However, savvy investors know that Canada is one of the world’s largest uranium producers and that all operating uranium mines and mills in Canada are located in northern Saskatchewan.
The Athabasca Basin hosts the richest uranium deposits in the world. In fact, the basin hosts the world’s most significant uranium mines and has historically produced almost 20 per cent of annual global uranium production, all within a safe and favourable mining jurisdiction. It is the highest-grade depository of uranium, hosting deposits 10 to 100 times the global average . “Saskatchewan is ranked the number three mining jurisdiction in the world by the Fraser Institute and it’s consistently ranked in the top five. So, you can […]
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