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Canada Breaks Rule: Allows Australia's Paladin Energy To Operate As Majority ... - International Business Times AU


International Business Times AU

Canada Breaks Rule: Allows Australia's Paladin Energy To Operate As Majority ...
International Business Times AU
The Aussie company is operating the Michelin project, which is 100 percent owned by Paladin, and is in the early development stage. Canada's official policy is that uranium mines have to be majority-owned by local companies. Leading Canadian companies ...
TD Securities Lowers Paladin Energy Price Target to C$0.35 (PDN)sleekmoney

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Energy Resources of Australia board members resign after stalled expansion of ... - ABC Online


ABC Online

Energy Resources of Australia board members resign after stalled expansion of ...
ABC Online
Half of the board members of the operator of the Ranger uranium mine in Kakadu, Energy Resources of Australia (ERA), have announced their resignations amid uncertainty over the mine's future. Three members remain on the board after ERA chairman ...
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Uranium mining ban a must for Antony Hegarty and the Martu - The Australian


The Australian

Uranium mining ban a must for Antony Hegarty and the Martu
The Australian
“(Cameco Australia) have a board of Martu people but there has been a lot of miscommunication — the community does not support it and it was not unanimous,” he said. The Australian Conservation Foundation has joined the Martu resistance to the project.

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ERA caught in Rio's uranium exit fallout - The Australian


The Australian

ERA caught in Rio's uranium exit fallout
The Australian
Rio Tinto has flagged its exit from uranium mining in Australia after a chequered 61-year involvement that dates back to the nation's first commercial production of the radioactive material. The Anglo-Australian mining giant dropped a bombshell during ...