We’re delighted to officially launch our in-house awareness campaign about the rules and practices that, if we follow them, will put the brakes on COVID-19.
We have been pleased to gradually begin welcoming Nunavik workers back to Raglan Mine starting September 1, 2020. Workers have been able to return thanks to close cooperation among the Nunavik Regional Advisory Committee on Emergency Preparedness, Raglan Mine management, the Kativik Regional Government (KRG), local mayors, and the Public Health Department of the Nunavik Regional Board of Health and Social Services (NRBHSS).
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To help those vulnerable during the current pandemic, Raglan Mine has chosen to support various initiatives from organizations located in its host communities.
Raglan Mine is pleased to announce that its regular mining operations resumed on April 18, 2020 and will progressively ramp up over the next several days.  As always, Raglan Mine’s priority is to operate while ensuring the health and safety of its workers. No compromises will be made in this respect.