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AREVA disappointed with ministerial decision on Kiggavik Project

The Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs has issued a final decision to accept the Nunavut Impact Review Board’s recommendation to not approve the proposed Kiggavik Project at this time. AREVA is very disappointed with this outcome. AREVA and its partners in this project spent over eight years and tens of millions of dollars on […]

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Kiggavik Project: A Quick Update

It has been a while since we last provided an update on the Kiggavik Project, so here is a short recap of what we’ve been up to this summer and fall. Summer Exploration Program This year we opened the Kiggavik exploration camp on June 11 and closed it on August 28, 2015 after drilling over […]

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Exploration Field Program Underway at Kiggavik

This year, the Kiggavik exploration camp opened on June 11, 2015 and plans are set to close by the end of August. This year the camp is supported by ten (10) Baker Lake seasonal staff, several of them are returning staff from previous seasonal work with AREVA. Once again many local, northern businesses are providing goods and services. The total […]

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