Mining

rare earth elements at src
August 27, 2020
View the news release on the Government of Saskatchewan website. Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced $31 million in funding for a Rare Earth Processing Facility in Saskatchewan – deliverin...
jars of rare earths at src mineral processing lab
January 20, 2020
Appia Energy Corp. announced on January 16, 2020 that they've submitted a proposal "with respect to addressing the security of the heavy rare earth element (“REE”) supply chain in the United States. I...
three src employees participate in crush it challenge
February 28, 2019
Jane Danoczi, a Senior Process Engineer for SRC's Mining and Energy Division, is on one of six teams selected for the finals of the Crush It! Challenge. The competition, organized by Natural Resources...
Gunnar mine site
November 27, 2015
Following a public hearing held on September 30, 2015, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) announced today its decision to remove the Gunnar Remediation Project Phase 2 hold point as it pert...
equipment at shook-gillies
March 25, 2015
Canadian Natural Resources Limited along with Tailings EPA members Imperial, Shell Canada, Suncor Energy, Syncrude Canada and Teck with industry partner Paterson and Cooke has engaged SRC to research...
shook-gillies high-pressure, high-temperature pipe loop
January 15, 2015
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – The Pipe Flow Technology Centre™ at the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is now one of Canada’s first research facilities equipped to test conditions with volatile materia...
mineral processing pilot plant
October 25, 2013
​Saskatoon, SK – The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) officially opened its new mineral processing pilot plant in Saskatoon today. The pilot plant, announced in the fall of 2012, is now fully opera...
two women, one holding an award
May 24, 2013
​SRC’s Pipe Flow Technology Centre™ manager, Lesley McGilp, was honoured with a YWCA Women of Distinction Award in the Research, Science and Technology category at the awards banquet on May 23, 2013 i...
lab room with two computers and a qemscan
April 30, 2013
The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) today announced a new QEMSCAN ® service that will assist the mining industry by providing precise quantitative mineralogical analyses that are essential for pro...