Uranium and Nuclear
CNSC Regulatory Oversight Submission SES ACFN November 2016
Press Release: Can Gunnar clean-up move forward?
On Thursday, September 22, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) will hold a hearing in Ottawa to consider Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)'s request to lift the remaining "hold point" on the remediation project at the abandoned Gunnar uranium mine site. Gunnar, on the north shore of Lake Athabasca, was the site of an open-pit and underground mine and mill that produced uranium for the Government of Canada to supply to the United States atomic weapons program in the late 1950s and early 60s.
Gunnar Reclamation Submission to Canadian Nuclear Safety Commision
SES Brief to Environment Minister Cox
This submission is intended to give you a sense of the non-profit work the Saskatchewan Environmental Society is doing, as well as some of the current policy issues facing our province that are of most concern to us. Read more
The Legacy of Uranium Mining in Saskatchewan
Uranium – Let’s Talk About It
Gunnar Remediation Project
Read about the Gunnar Remediation Project
Beaverlodge Legacy of Contamination
SES Position on Nuclear Power in Saskatchewan
SES Position Regarding Nuclear Waste Position 2011
Key Lake, Rabbit Lake, and McArthur River Submission to Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Would Nuclear Power be a Good Choice for Saskatchewan 2009