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  • Year-end Message from Cameco Vice-President, Dale Clark

    • Blind River Refinery
    • Port Hope Conversion Facility
    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    What a year 2020 has been. I remember many of us beginning the year with such optimism and big plans – but everything changed in March when COVID-19 began to impact the lives of every Canadian. Life hasn’t been the same since, but we still have accomplishments to be proud of in 2020 and many people to thank.

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  • Third Positive COVID-19 Case at Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    On November 27, we became aware that a third Cameco employee from Cameco Fuel Manufacturing (CFM) in Port Hope has tested positive for COVID-19. The employee was last at work on November 24 and did not enter the workplace with symptoms. Cameco is providing the affected employee with support to ensure they have the resources they need. Our thoughts are with them and we hope that they recover well.

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  • Cameco and Bruce Power Announce a Series of Nuclear Initiatives

    • Blind River Refinery
    • Port Hope Conversion Facility
    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    Cameco and Bruce Power announced today a series of initiatives – highlighted by the creation of a centre for next generation nuclear technologies – to leverage their existing partnership to help restart the Canadian economy, protect the environment and fight diseases like COVID-19 around the world.

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  • A Message from Cameco Vice-President, Dale Clark

    • Blind River Refinery
    • Port Hope Conversion Facility
    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    In this rapidly changing environment, we continue to be guided by our commitment to health and safety as our top priority, and our commitment to our communities.In this rapidly changing environment, we continue to be guided by our commitment to health and safety as our top priority, and our commitment to our communities.

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  • Cameco Announces Temporary Operational Changes in Ontario

    • Blind River Refinery
    • Port Hope Conversion Facility

    Cameco (TSX: CCO; NYSE: CCJ) announced today that it is implementing a number of temporary operational changes at its fuel services division facilities in Ontario. The changes are due to the increasing challenge of maintaining an adequate workforce as a result of screening protocols and other measures put in place to align with the directives and guidance of government and public health authorities for the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis.

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  • A Message from Cameco Vice-President Dale Clark

    • Blind River Refinery
    • Port Hope Conversion Facility
    • Cameco Fuel Manufacturing

    The COVID-19 pandemic presents unprecedented challenges to our organization and our communities. We understand that this evolving situation has many people feeling concerned.

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