SRC is proud to claim the 84th spot in SaskBusiness Magazine’s 2016 ranking of the province’s top 100 businesses. This achievement is possible because of the hard work of our employees.
SRC was awarded the first-ever Mission: Zero Award in the large company category from Safe Saskatchewan. Our Lost-Time Incident (LTI) rate has trended downward over the past decade and last year, we had zero LTIs.
The program aims to connect Aboriginal post-secondary students in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines with SRC mentors in similar disciplines to help them take their education and experience to the next level.
SRC is managing the remediation of the former Lorado Mill Site, as part of Project CLEANS. An engineered cover of local sand and till was constructed over the tailings and a small water treatment plant was built at Nero Lake.
SRC claimed the 84th spot in SaskBusiness Magazine’s 2016 ranking of the province’s top 100 businesses, published in the September edition.
SRC and other prominent Saskatchewan businesses were reco
Back for its third year, SRC's Technology and Innovation Theatre is a must-see event at the 2016 World Heavy Oil Congress in Calgary, AB. From September 7-9, learn about cutting-edge technologies an
Did you know that SRC’s SLOWPOKE-2 nuclear research reactor has been operating for 35 years?
It’s true! Housed at SRC’s Environmental Analytical Laboratories, the reactor was commissioned in March
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