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Elaine Lafleur

Cameco Corporation’s Elaine Lafleur has ~40 yrs mining experience in everything from process operating to industrial mechanic work to, most recently, training. She has taught at Saskatchewan Polytechnic and is a Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission Board Director representing women in trades.

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