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Winter Haul to AREVA’s Kiggavik Project Site is Complete

The winter haul in preparation for AREVA’s 2014 summer field exploration program at the Kiggavik Project began on March 12 with Peter’s Expediting Limited (PEL) breaking trail.  The haul started with the transport of five “Seacan” containers full of drilling and camp supplies to the Kiggavik site. During the return trips from Kiggavik to Baker […]

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We’re looking for a Community Relations Assistant Summer Student in Baker Lake

AREVA Resources Canada Inc. is looking for a summer student in Baker Lake, Nunavut for the months of June, July and August, 2013.  As a Community Relations Assistant the successful applicant will organize youth events in Baker Lake and assist with the preparation of informational material and provide information to residents.   The following are some of the skills […]

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Want to go to Kiggavik? Ask a question!

You have questions, and we have answers. That’s really what this blog is about and we’ve launched a new competition to encourage some Q&A. Here’s how it works: Ask a question, and you will be entered to win a helicopter trip and tour of the Kiggavik site. Dianne, AREVA’s community relations assistant, will be your […]

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Uranium Moratoriums Are Not Supported by Science Says CNSC President

Dr. Michael Binder, President of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission says “Uranium Moratoriums Are Not Supported by Science”. Read his open letter here:

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Uranium Has To Be Safe

Uranium in Canada is currently mined in a manner that protects humans and the environment.   In fact, it is the task of mining industry proponents in the environmental assessment processes to show that the impacts of their projects will not significantly harm the environment or human health.  The project assessment process conducted under the Nunavut […]

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