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Exploring Saskatchewan's Uranium Industry: Insights from a Key Event in Singapore!  

Last week, the Government of Saskatchewan Singapore Office, led by Greg Eidsness, organized an investment seminar on Saskatchewan's uranium industry. Supported by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, the event provided valuable insights into one of Canada's leading sectors in mining and critical minerals.


Saskatchewan ranks first in Canada for mining investment attractiveness, according to the Fraser Institute's Annual Survey of Mining Companies. The province is home to occurrences of 23 of the 31 critical minerals on Canada’s list. In particular, Saskatchewan is home to the world's largest high-grade uranium deposits. The province was the world’s second-largest uranium producer in 2022, accounting for 15 per cent of the world’s primary uranium production.


The event featured a lineup of distinguished speakers and company presenters, including Stacey Golokin from NexGen Energy Ltd, Cory Belyk from CanAlaska Uranium, James Sykes from Baselode Energy, and Troy Boisjoli from ATHA Energy. Additionally, Asia Mining Industry Trends were presented by Greg Fournier, Chief Executive of CIBC Hong Kong and Chairman of the Asia Mining Club.


Attendees had the opportunity to gain insights into Saskatchewan's strategic role in the critical minerals industry and explore investment opportunities in uranium exploration, development, and production through direct interactions with Canadian companies.


This event served as an excellent platform for attendees to gain valuable insights into one of Canada's key industries and explore potential investment opportunities.

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