- Opening in 1975, Rabbit Lake was the longest operating uranium mine in North America.
Over 41 years of mining, the operation produced more than 203 million pounds of uranium concentrates.
Rabbit Lake was transitioned into safe care and maintenance in the second quarter of 2016.
2018 Q3 Update
The Rabbit Lake operation is in a safe state of care and maintenance; there was no production in the third quarter of 2018. While in standby, we continue to evaluate our options at Rabbit Lake in order to minimize care and maintenance costs. We now expect ongoing care and maintenance costs to range between $30 million and $35 million annually (previously $35 million to $40 million) due to actions being taken to minimize costs.
Environment & Safety
Worker safety, environmental monitoring and proper decommissioning after project completion are of the utmost importance to Cameco.
Reserves & Resources
Our mineral reserves and resources are the foundation of our company and fundamental to our success.
Caution about forward-looking information
This page may contain forward-looking information that is based upon the assumptions and subject to the material risks discussed on page 2 of Cameco's most recent Quarterly MD&A.