Athabasca Basin Mining News

- January 26th, 2010

    Canadian uranium miners in the Athabasca Basin are advancing projects. The Saskatchewan-based miner had originally planned to start production at the mine in 2008, but a rock fall brought on a flood in late 2006, stopping development. In June 2008, Cameco began pumping water out, but unfortunately the mine flooded again in August. … Continued

 

 

Canadian uranium miners in the Athabasca Basin are advancing projects.

The Saskatchewan-based miner had originally planned to start production at the mine in 2008, but a rock fall brought on a flood in late 2006, stopping development. In June 2008, Cameco began pumping water out, but unfortunately the mine flooded again in August. In November 2009, the miner successfully stopped the inflow of water and by December workers were able to re-enter the main shaft.

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