In light of recent rare earth industry news related to a third-party company, and the volume of inquiries being received on this subject, SRC wants to clarify that its Rare Earth Processing Facility currently under construction is on schedule and on budget and will be fully operational by the end of 2024. To confirm, SRC is not connected in any way with that third-party company.
Over 8,800 inactive oil and gas wells and facilities in Saskatchewan were capped or closed under the Accelerated Site Closure Program. The program was announced in 2020 and provided $400 million directly to Saskatchewan-based oil and gas service companies.
SRC’s dedication to environmental protection and preservation was recognized by the Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) on Thursday, March 2 at the annual...
Today the Government of Saskatchewan, via the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC), and Star Group Ind. Co., Ltd. signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for cooperation in further developing the rare earth element (REE) supply chain in Saskatchewan.
SRC is happy to announce its team will be back to meet with community members in person from January 30 to February 1, 2023.
Saskatchewan's Accelerated Site Closure Program (ASCP) has led to strong participation in two provincial programs, the First Nations Stewardship Fund (Stewardship Fund) and the Indigenous Business Credit Pool (Credit Pool).
This news release first appeared on the Government of Saskatchewan website. The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) Geoanalytical Laboratories is celebrating its 50th anniversary of providing high...
SRC released its 2021-22 economic impact numbers, which show record economic benefits being generated for Saskatchewan.
This news release originally appeared on the Prairies Economic Development Canada website . Minister Vandal announces investment in processing of rare earth elements in Saskatchewan Funding of $7.5...
Saskatchewan's leadership in rare earth elements (REE) production, research and education will debut today in Saskatoon as private and public sector collaborate to showcase three significant initiatives that are attracting international attention.