August 12, 2016 | Jordan | Posted in Mining Journal

What does 2016 look like for the mining industry? Where will we see changes? The mining sector in Saskatchewan should be relatively stable in 2016 compared to 2015 when companies were focused on controlling capital and operating costs to stay globally competitive. 2016 may herald in a year of global mergers and acquisitions as companies […]

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August 12, 2016 | Jordan | Posted in Mining Journal

With over 20 years of industrial experience and three degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, it seems you are well prepared for your new position as president and CEO of Canpotex. What would you say has been the greatest lesson you’ve learned along the way? I’ve had the good fortune of participating in the Canadian […]

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July 2, 2015 | Jordan | Posted in Mining Journal

In April, in the midst of the petroleum sector’s lingering downdraft, the headline of a TD Economics special report offering a look through its telescope into Canada’s near future did not mince words. “The West is still the best,” it proclaimed, highlighting Saskatchewan as a big reason why in the text that followed. In a […]

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June 30, 2015 | Jordan | Posted in Mining Journal

If you’re walking onto a mine site, whether it’s Cameco, AREVA, PotashCorp or otherwise, the first face you’ll likely see is that of an Athabasca Basin Industrial Security Officer (ISO). Charged with industrial mine site security and services throughout Saskatchewan and Alberta, Athabasca Basin Security (ABS) provides some of the largest mining companies with the […]

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June 30, 2015 | Jordan | Posted in Mining Journal

Located less than 50 kilometres from the Saskatchewan and Northwest Territories border are the remains of a once vibrant and thriving city. Today, with just under 70 inhabitants, what is left of Uranium City has been referred to as a “ghost town.” Named after its close proximity to a number of booming uranium mines in […]

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