Our Cameco Stories

Cameco is celebrating its 35th anniversary.

Since 1988, Cameco has grown to be one of the largest producers of uranium in the world, made possible through our rich resources, primarily in northern Saskatchewan, and dedicated employees working at all our locations around the globe. We place a high value on our relationships with Indigenous people and local communities, remaining committed to making a difference through funding support, community initiatives and volunteering. We are honoured to be one of Canada’s largest industrial employers of Indigenous people in Canada.

We are proud of Cameco’s story over the past 35 years, and we want to share it with you. Over the next year, you’ll be hearing from our valued employees, industry colleagues, community partners and more. They all have a Cameco story to tell, and we look forward to sharing them with you.

Reay Mackay

Reay Mackay - Cameco Northern Scholarship Recipient

picture of Pam Schwann

Pam Schwann, Saskatchewan Mining Association

three women wearing TD 4 Dreams football jerseys

Nora Yeates, Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan


Andrea Lafond, Meewasin Valley Authority


Tim Gitzel - Westinghouse


Mike Natomagan, Mayor of Pinehouse


Lisa Korchinski, Touchdown for Dreams


Tim Gitzel - Cameco's Story