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Nunavummiut to return to Baffinland’s iron mine starting next week

Nunavummiut to return to Baffinland’s iron mine starting next week

Nunavummiut workers and contractors will begin to reintegrate at Baffinland’s Mary River iron mine during the week of March 7, the company revealed on Friday.
Nunavummiut workers to return to Agnico Eagle’s Kivalliq sites as of mid-March

Nunavummiut workers to return to Agnico Eagle’s Kivalliq sites as of mid-March

Nunavummiut workers will once again be welcomed back to Agnico Eagle’s Kivalliq projects as of the week of March 14, the mining company announced on Thursday afternoon.
Kivalliq mines major contributors to record gold production for Agnico Eagle

Kivalliq mines major contributors to record gold production for Agnico Eagle

While the Covid-19 pandemic did serious harm to many businesses, Agnico Eagle Mines managed to achieve record gold production at its Kivalliq sites and on the whole across all of its operations in 2021.
Canadian North offering Iqaluit-Toronto route this summer

Canadian North offering Iqaluit-Toronto route this summer

Canadian North will be offering a weekend summer Iqaluit-Toronto route this year from June 3 until Sept. 30, the airline announced Wednesday.
Agnico Eagle won’t produce gold at Hope Bay in 2022

Agnico Eagle won’t produce gold at Hope Bay in 2022

The Kitikmeot’s Doris North gold mine on the Hope Bay property will not be churning out gold in 2022, Agnico Eagle Mines announced on Friday afternoon.
Nasittuq Corporation wins back $592-million North Warning System contract

Nasittuq Corporation wins back $592-million North Warning System contract

The Government of Canada has awarded a $592-million contract to Nasittuq Corporation to operate and maintain the North Warning System for the next seven years.
‘It’s really, really tough,’ Baffin chamber president says of current economic conditions

‘It’s really, really tough,’ Baffin chamber president says of current economic conditions

Nunavut business owners have withstood another Covid-19 lockdown but nearly two years of pandemic disruptions has left them reeling, says Clarence Synard, president of the Baffin Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Canadian North contends with cargo backlog amid latest Covid-19 wave

Canadian North contends with cargo backlog amid latest Covid-19 wave

The latest wave of Covid-19, combined with weather delays and cancellations, is creating a cargo backlog for Canadian North across the Qikiqtaaluk region.
Agnico Eagle sends Nunavummiut workers home again due to Covid-19

Agnico Eagle sends Nunavummiut workers home again due to Covid-19

With Covid-19 cases climbing at its mine sites, Agnico Eagle has decided to once again send its Nunavummiut workforce home to protect staff and the communities, the company announced Wednesday.
Sabina negotiating funds to put Goose mine into production

Sabina negotiating funds to put Goose mine into production

Sabina Gold and Silver is striving to conclude a $500-million financing deal that could soon make the Kitikmeot’s Goose gold project Nunavut’s fifth operating mine.