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Canadian government upholds Kiggavik recommendation

The Canadian government has agreed with a 2015 recommendation by the Nunavut Impact Review Board that the Kiggavik uranium project should not proceed ...and more »...

Canadian government upholds Kiggavik recommendation

In a July 2015 letter to then-minister Bernard Valcourt, Areva Resources Canada CEO Vincent Martin said that start date uncertainty was not unique to Kiggavik...

Areva begs to differ on Kiggavik recommendation

The NIRB's recommendation that uranium mining at Kiggavik should not proceed at the present time but may be considered in the future is currently before...

AECL management contract bidding starts

Announcing the launch of the RFRE process, Canada's minister of natural resources Joe Oliver said, "This is a significant step forward in implementing our plan...