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CAMECO Company Links

(last updated 17 Jan 2014)

CAMECO, Canada

Shareholders

The provincial government of Saskatchewan sold its remaining 5.4 million shares in Cameco Corp. on Feb. 14, 2002. (CIC Feb. 15, 2002 external link)

Canadian government to liberalize ownership restrictions for Cameco
> View Natural Resources Canada press releases May 18, 2000 external link · Feb 2, 2001 external link


Head Office

CAMECO Corporation external link
2121 11th Street West
Saskatoon, Sask., Canada S7M 1J3
Tel. +1-306-956-6200, Fax: +1-306-956-6201

> View CAMECO news releases external link · via CCN external link
> Download CAMECO 2005 Annual Report: Cameco external link · SEDAR (April 13, 2006) external link (2.6MB PDF)

> Search for company's SEDAR filings external link


Subsidiaries

(uranium related ones only)

(Cameco acquired Canadian and US subsidiaries of Uranerz, view Cameco press releases of April 17, 1998 external link and August 11, 1998 external link)

(Cameco has sold parts of some of its Saskatchewan uranium assets to Cogéma, see Cameco press release of May 5, 1999 external link and July 8, 1999 external link)

(On Nov. 7, 2000, Cameco announced the writedown of the Crow Butte and Highland ISL projects and other ISL properties.)

* total CAMECO interests for multiple affiliations:


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