AREVA Resources has been exploring for uranium in Saskatchewan's Athabasca Basin since 1964. In 2004, AREVA became the first uranium company in Saskatchewan to be ISO 14001 certified for exploration activities. AREVA Resources is also exploring for uranium in other parts of Canada, such as Nunavut.
Proposed uranium ore mining and milling operation in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut.
An exploration site that has yielded impressive drilling results.
The Midwest Project will comprise an open pit mine and a utility corridor to move ore and treated mine water to the McClean Lake operations for processing.
Tailings Management Facility (TMF) Expansion
The McClean Lake TMF will need to be expanded to provide additional storage capacity over the next 25 years.
AREVA Resources Canada is proposing to commence underground mining to access a series of ore deposits located on the existing McClean Lake Property.
McArthur River Ore Haul
Proposal includes hauling a portion of the uranium ore produced at the northern Saskatchewan McArthur River mine to McClean Lake to re-start the mill