66 | Independent
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan Canada
Director since: 2009
Key Skills and Experience
- Board / corporate governance
- Stakeholder relations / government / public policy
- Safety, health and environment /
- Uranium / nuclear
Donald’s experience as a contractor in northern Saskatchewan and a leader in the Saskatchewan Indigenous community provides a rich, valuable and unique perspective to Cameco’s board and as a member of three of our board committees.
As of March 11, 2022
Donald Deranger is an advisor to the Athabasca Basin Development Corporation and non-executive chair of the board of Points Athabasca Contracting Limited Partnership, a northern Saskatchewan Indigenous contractor that does business with Cameco. He is also a governance advisor to the Dené Suliné Nation, which is located in northern regions across western Canada.
Donald is the past president of Learning Together, a non-profit Indigenous organization that works to build relationships with the mining industry, and he continues to assist in an ex-officio capacity. He was the Athabasca vice chief of the Prince Albert Grand Council from 2003 to 2012. Donald has served as a director of the Sylvia Fedoruk Centre for Nuclear Innovation since 2014. He also served as a director of the Tazi Twe Hydroelectric Project from 2014 to 2016.
An award-winning leader in the Saskatchewan Indigenous community, Donald brings to the board a deep understanding of the culture and peoples of northern Saskatchewan where some of our key assets are located.
Board and Committee Membership and Attendance
As of December 31, 2021
|2021 Voting Results||Board and Committee Membership||Regular||Special||Overall|
|99.4% for||Board of directors||7 of 7||1 of 1||100%|
|Nominating, corporate governance and risk||4 of 4||100%|
|Reserves oversight||2 of 2||100%|
|Safety, health, and environment||3 of 3||1 of 1||100%|
Other Public Company Boards in the Past Five Years
As of December 31, 2021
|Year||Cameco Shares||DSUs||Total Shares
|Market Value of
Shares and DSUs1
|Multiple of 2021
(at market value)
1. Based on total holdings multiplied by the closing price of Cameco common shares on the TSX on December 31: $17.05 (2020) and $27.58 (2021).
2 For evaluating compliance with Cameco’s share ownership guidelines, Donald’s DSUs held at December 31, 2021 are valued at $2,063,130 and represent 10.3x the board member retainer of $200,000.