Suzanne Johnston

Suzanne Johnston
Corporate
Job Title
Marketing Communications Advisor

Suzanne Johnston is the Marketing Communications Advisor at SRC. She has over nine years of experience in traditional and online marketing. Her areas of speciality include strategic marketing, social media marketing, creative writing, copyediting and proofreading, branding, campaign management and website management. Suzanne is a member of the Saskatchewan Professional Marketing Association, as well as the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild.

Posts by this Author

coffee break with src mining legacy event text with person sitting at laptop
June 22, 2021
written by Suzanne Johnston
SRC hosted a panel event with four industry experts for a discussion about the progression of historic mining practices—the legacy issues we face today and what we may face tomorrow, and what sustainability really means. Read part two of the discussion.
coffee break with src mining legacy event text with person sitting at laptop
June 01, 2021
written by Suzanne Johnston
The way we extract and process resources is constantly changing. The practices and technologies (and legacies) in place today reflect past industry standards. What are the potential legacies of the future? How can we avoid them? Four industry experts weigh in.
SRC engineer with dual-permeability core flood apparatus in SRC lab
April 12, 2021
SRC's Enhanced Oil Recovery team uses a stage-gated approach to help small-to-medium enterprises develop their technologies and evaluate technical, market and commercial factors. This helps our clients save time and accelerate adoption. Learn about what's involved.
innovative engineer with hard hat at src
March 22, 2021
Many mining operations experience significant maintenance and performance problems with their materials handling equipment. High heat, dust and vibration can wreak havoc on equipment, as do the tough materials the equipment handles. Learn how engineering experts at SRC solved a client's legacy equipment challenge, combining old and new engineering principles.
female technician working at src pipe flow
November 12, 2020
written by Suzanne Johnston
In celebration of the Pipe Flow Technology Centre's 60th Anniversary, we're diving back in time to share the people, the projects and technologies that have, over the past six decades, helped mining and other resource developers study their slurries and test processes for safe, cost-effective extraction, transport and processing. Read on.
src four environmental initiatives for earth day
April 22, 2020
written by Suzanne Johnston
Protecting our planet and its resources – from people to plants to water – and finding sustainable solutions requires creativity, innovation and courage. Here are four projects and initiatives our research and technology experts are working on to help industry, governments and communities make positive environmental impacts. Read more.
top stories of 2019 night sky
January 15, 2020
written by Suzanne Johnston
Read about the projects and people that made our top five most-read stories published on our site in 2019.
src environmental remediation manager ian wilson at gunnar
October 08, 2019
written by Suzanne Johnston
Ian Wilson leads a team of scientists, engineers and project managers who are remediating 37 abandoned uranium mine sites scattered across remote areas of northern Saskatchewan. Learn what makes this project and the remediation team unique.
src water sampling in northern saskatchewan
July 09, 2019
written by Hongda Yuan and Suzanne Johnston
It’s important for the health of our ecosystems that industry and municipalities monitor and measure the impact their activities have on aquatic environments. Extensive research in the field of aquatic toxicology has helped pave the way for standardized testing to ensure industry and municipalities are operating safely and responsibly.
src employees practice on-site first aid training
May 08, 2019
SRC’s Safety Awards Program was created to recognize employees who have contributed to improving safety at SRC. Learn more about the program and how it's contributed to making SRC a safe place to work.