Today, the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) and Meadow Lake Tribal Council (MLTC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establish a framework for collaboration regarding the applications of microreactors in the MLTC's communities.
Canadian nuclear industry veteran Eddie Saab is joining the Board of Directors of SRC Nuclear Inc., a wholly owned company of SRC, and will also be advising SRC CEO Mike Crabtree on the development of SRC’s Nuclear Division.
To help enable nuclear development in Saskatchewan, SaskPower and the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) have joined the CANDU Owners Group (COG) as members.
Today, the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) signed a five-year agreement in principle with Hung Thinh Group (HTG) from Vietnam to import rare earth carbonate to SRC's Rare Earth Processing Facility to produce rare earth metals. Under the agreement, HTG will supply SRC with up to 3,000 tonnes of rare earth carbonate per year for five years beginning in June 2025.
A new report from the Transition Accelerator and the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) has concluded that a hydrogen hub in the Regina-Moose Jaw Industrial Corridor (RMJIC) has potential for the...
The Saskatchewan Government's 2024-2025 budget allocation for the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) continues to display that investment into innovation and technology commercialization remains a top priority for the province. The budget includes $20.1 million for SRC to continue its work in spurring economic growth across a variety of industries in Saskatchewan including manufacturing, mining, agriculture, oil and gas, nuclear and critical minerals.
Our experts are presenting at a variety of in-person and online events over the next couple months, with topics across our strategic sectors of mining, energy, environment and ag/biotech.
The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) will now serve as the primary organization responsible for micro-Small Modular Reactor (microreactor) development in the province. The SRC will also be the sole organization authorized to hold the regulatory licenses and be the licensed operator of microreactors in the province, while the sector is in the early stages of commercial development.
The Honourable Dan Vandal, Minister responsible for PrairiesCan, announced funding of $6 million to support the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) at their Rare Earth Processing Facility.
This news release originally appeared on the Government of Saskatchewan website . Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) has partnered with Lung Saskatchewan to test radon levels in SHC units across...
As the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) approaches its target of commissioning North America's first, vertically integrated Rare Earth Processing Facility by the end of 2024, a $4,990,000 million investment from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) will help secure Canada's supply of rare earth elements (REEs) essential for the development of global modern technology.