Registration - In-house Corporation
CAMECO CORPORATION / Tim Gitzel, President and Chief Executive Officer
Version 57 of 58 (2019-09-25 to 2020-01-14)
- Aboriginal Affairs
- Economic Development
- Employment and Training
- International Relations
- International Trade
- Regional Development
Subject Matter Details
Legislative Proposal, Bill or Resolution
- Sustainable Resource Development: Seek to ensure that any environmental legislative or regulatory modifications affecting resource development are grounded in the principles of sound science/evidence-based decision-making and efficiency of regulatory process. These include the implementation of the new Impact Assessment Act (IAA), the Fisheries Act, and the Canadian Navigable Waters Act (CNWA), as well as further developments under the Species at Risk Act (SARA). Seek also to ensure that a meaningful role is facilitated for local Indigenous communities in the environmental monitoring of resource operations.
Policies or Program
- Canada's International Nuclear Co-operation: Advocate for the completion and implementation of Nuclear Co-operation Agreements and related protocols facilitating the export of Canadian uranium, nuclear products and technologies for civilian purposes to countries the Government of Canada recognizes as legitimate participants in the nuclear energy sector.
- Canada's International Trade Policy: Encourage the Government of Canada to support Canadian business by fostering positive trade relations and facilitating commercial opportunities with key export markets, and by taking action to protect and defend Canadian companies when foreign governments treat them unfairly.
- Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC): Seek to ensure that the regulatory process for uranium and nuclear energy development, including environmental monitoring and performance, is as efficient as possible and results in decisions that are based on sound science.
- Climate Change and Low-Carbon Energy: Advocate for the federal government to include nuclear energy as a major component in Canada's greenhouse gas/carbon reduction strategy, and to promote nuclear technology on the global stage as a positive option for combating climate change.
- Duty to Consult: Encourage greater clarity in the requirements and responsibilities of the various parties involved in resource land development as it pertains to the Crown's Duty to Consult and other aboriginal-based rights including considerations or decisions related to the government's interpretation of "free, prior, informed consent" (FPIC) and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People (UNDRIP).
- Foreign-Origin Nuclear Material (FONM): Advocate for the consideration of economic impacts on potential changes in the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission's application of Canadian nuclear non-proliferation policy to exports of FONM.
- Infrastructure Programming: Encourage that all federal and federal-provincial infrastructure programs and initiatives include criteria to support public and community/First Nation infrastructure projects in remote northern regions of the country, including the northern portions of provinces.
- International Investment Protection: Encourage the negotiation and implementation of Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements and/or other bilateral investment treaties with countries that currently do not have such agreements in place with Canada to better protect the investments and holdings of Canadian companies and individuals in foreign jurisdictions.
- National Recovery Strategy for the Woodland Caribou pursuant to the Species at Risk Act (SARA): Advocate for the federal government to update the finalized National Recovery Strategy for woodland caribou to fully and accurately reflect the scientific findings and data collected from the additional research that has been conducted in northern Saskatchewan.
- Non-Resident Ownership Policy (NROP): Advocate for the implementation of the policy changes recommended for uranium mining in the final report of the Competition Policy Review Panel.
- Transportation Policy: Advocate that federal transportation policy and legislation must ensure Canada remains competitive in strategic industries like the nuclear energy sector by facilitating the continued transport of these goods via Canadian roads, rail lines and ports. Ensure that the high standards, safeguards and precautions taken in the transport of uranium and nuclear products are understood by federal policy-makers.
- Work Permits: Highlight the significant challenges facing industry in securing foreign nationals to fill skilled labour shortages in Canada. Advocate for adherence to stated processing timelines for work permits through Canadian diplomatic missions abroad and encourage improved communication on individual cases.
- Written communication
- Oral communication
- Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA)
- Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC)
- Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC)
- Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)
- Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)
- Finance Canada (FIN)
- Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO)
- Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
- House of Commons
- Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)
- Infrastructure Canada (INFC)
- Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED)
- Justice Canada (JC)
- Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
- Prime Minister's Office (PMO)
- Privy Council Office (PCO)
- Public Safety Canada (PS)
- Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC)
- Senate of Canada
- Transport Canada (TC)
- Treasury Board Of Canada Secretariat (TBS)
- Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD)
Government institutions added through a monthly communication report
- Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC)
In-house Corporation Details
Description of activities
Cameco, with its head office in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, is one of the world's largest uranium suppliers. The company's uranium products are used to generate low-carbon electricity in nuclear power plants around the world, providing one of the cleanest sources of energy available today. Cameco's shares trade on the Toronto and New York Stock Exchanges.
Responsible officer name and position during the period of this registration
Tim Gitzel, President and Chief Executive Officer
Government fundingNo government funding was received during the last completed financial year.
In-house Corporation Contact Information
2121-11TH STREET WEST
SASKATOON, SK S7M 1J3
Parent Company Information
CAMECO CORPORATION is not a subsidiary of any other parent companies.
Subsidiary Beneficiary Information
- alphaNUCLEAR Inc.
2121 - 11th Street W.
Saskatoon, SK S7M 1J3
- 2121 - 11th Street W.
- Cameco Fuel Manufacturing Inc.
200 Dorset St. E.
Port Hope, ON L1A 3V4
- 200 Dorset St. E.
List of Senior Officers whose lobbying activities represent less than 20% of their Duties
- Tim Gitzel, President and Chief Executive Officer | No public offices held
- Grant Isaac, Senior Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer | No public offices held
- Liam Mooney, Vice-President, Safety, Health, Environment & Quality and Regulatory Relations | No public offices held
- Sean Quinn, Senior Vice-President, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary | No public offices held
- Brian Reilly, Senior Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer | No public offices held
- Alice Wong, Senior Vice-President and Chief Corporate Officer | No public offices held