We’re building a new power line to provide service for a proposed new uranium mine in northern Saskatchewan.

Project Stage: Plan, Define and Consult

The new 138-kilovolt line will be up to 6 kilometres long. It will be built east of Cree Lake and will connect to an existing power line in the area.

Our Progress So Far

We’re engaging with Rightsholders, communities and stakeholders in the area as we plan and design a route. We want to ensure we minimize potential impacts as much as possible in building the new power line.

We’re planning for the project to be complete by the end of 2025.

Respecting the Local Environment

What we do today impacts our future. We’re always working hard to reduce our impact and protect the environment.

As we plan projects, we use tools like databases, satellite imagery and field surveys to understand the environment we are working in.

As projects move forward, we’ll make sure environmental protection standards are in place to reduce our impact on features like:

  • waterbodies
  • sensitive lands
  • wildlife and their habitats
  • heritage resources

We also work with the Ministry of Environment and other regulatory agencies to ensure we meet all environmental requirements.

Project Benefits

This project will support growth of the provincial economy.

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