Special Report: Saskatchewan

The fundamentals for the province’s key commodities are sound. Potash helps food grow, and everyday there are more mouths to feed. Uranium, coal and oil are vital components of the global energy mix. For miners working the province’s prairie, it is the long view that is setting the course for resource development.


Boundary dam

Nothing ventured, nothing recovered

SaskPower’s Boundary Dam project a test case for carbon capture and storage. By Graham Lanktree

Patterson Lake South

Uranium exploration spikes in Saskatchewan

Long-term demand growth and positive initial results have juniors pouring money into the Athabasca Basin. By Peter Diekmeyer

Bitumen pipe

Fuel for the future?

The provincial government is pushing the long-term potential of Saskatchewan’s oil sands. By Graham Lanktree

Legacy mine tank farm

Long-term solution

K+S is building its Legacy potash mine to last. By Eavan Moore

Saskatchewan flag

Prairie powerhouse

Mining by the numbers. 

Saskatoon skyline at night

Travel: Saskatoon

. By Jesse Greene

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