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Emissions: uranium fuel for SMRs could be the future of powering remote communities.

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Canadian energy with lower emissions.

Uranium fuel for small modular reactors could be the future of powering remote communities. Canadian energy miners have the tools and the imagination to make gains in the fight against climate change.

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