Raglan Mine is a finalist in the “Workplace Health and Safety” category of the Mercuriades, Quebec’s most prestigious business competition. The competition, which turns 40 this year, is organized by Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec.
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).
|UN Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples 2020: Creating a shared future||10/08/2020|
Meet Aida Puxley, Inuit Recruitment Counsellor at Raglan Mine in Canada.
|Supporting our communities during these unprecedented times||20/06/2020|
To help those vulnerable during the current pandemic, Raglan Mine has chosen to support various initiatives from organizations located in its host communities.
|An exceptional leader||09/06/2020|
Charles Levac wins the National Mining Safety Leadership Medal.
|Finalist at the Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) Excellence Awards 2020 by the Mining Association of Canada (MAC)||09/06/2020|
This year, Raglan Mine has been selected as a finalist by the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) at the Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) Excellence Awards. It is a prestigious recognition of our innovative sustainable development practices focused on community engagement and environmental protection.
|John T. Ryan 2019 National Trophy!||08/05/2020|
Raglan Mine won the national John T. Ryan Trophy in the Metal Mines category for the year 2019!
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.
Join us to talk about Raglan Mine’s environmental practices on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, at the Kangiqsujuaq Community Centre.
On October 15th, 2019 at the Prix Créateurs d'emplois gala in Québec City, Raglan Mine was honored for the third consecutive year with an award in the "Champion – Nord-du-Québec Region" category.
An emergency measures technician, Chantal is the only woman to hold this job at Raglan Mine. She has always been mindful of respecting the SafeNickel Program in order to protect its three target clients: myself, my colleagues and my family.
On July 21st, more than 110 employees and contractors braved the rain to go running or walking for the Nurrait Jeunes Karibus cause!
Darren Nathan, General Foreman at the Concentrator, received a CIM-Bedford Canadian Young Mining Leaders Award at the Canadian Institute of Mines, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) Awards Gala.
Raglan Mine was crowned the winner in three categories at the Canadian Institute of Mines, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) Awards Gala and the Mercuriades Gala organized by the Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec.
Our recruitment and training program for Nunavimmiut, Tamatumani, received the prestigious "Towards Sustainable Mining" (TSM) Award from the Mining Association of Canada during the annual gala of the Canadian Institute of Mines, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM).
Raglan Mine was the safest mine in the Quebec / Maritimes region in 2018, according to the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum.
Justin Lingard is the first Inuk to hold a position of Emergency Measures Technician – Level 1!
Through the Akkivik Program, Raglan Mine helped improve snowmobile safety in Salluit, as well as helping to hold a traditional feast for Kangiqsujuammiut.
In “SafeNickel”, there is the word “nickel”, referring to what we produce here, and there is also and above all the word “safety”. These two elements are not distinct from one another, they are indivisible.
The photo submitted by Raglan Mine and TUGLIQ Energy, showcasing our wind turbine under a northern lights sky, won the first prize at the PwC Canada Art of Mining gala in Toronto.
On the occasion of the 5th edition of our Raglan Mine Scholarship Program for children of our permanent employees, we awarded four $ 3,000 scholarships in 2018.
Raglan Mine, in collaboration with Tugliq Energy, is one of 20 applicants in PwC’s Art of mining photography competition that highlights transformation in the mining industry and showcases the positive impact our industry has at home and abroad.
Everyone is welcome to come and speak with us about our environmental practices from November 26 to 28, 2018, at the Qaggiq Gym of Kangiqsujuaq.
As we head into new mining projects, we asked ourselves: “What type of mine do we need to build to ensure continuity of our operations?”. And this was the beginning of ConnectedMine.
Driving only 35-ton tailings trucks at the beginning, Larry, from Kuujjuaq, now operates more than 10 different types of heavy equipment in a professional and safe manner. Meet Larry.
|Raglan Mine employee playing in the big league! ||22/08/2018|
Masta, a Raglan Mine employee, will cook with the most renowned chefs of the Québec City region during a one-of-a-kind gastronomic event at The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac on August 25 and 26, 2018.
For the first time in its history, Raglan Mine has a foothold full-time in its host communities, to contribute in strengthening our relations with our partners.
|Meet Atagootak, Long Hole Blaster at Raglan Mine||29/06/2018|
After six months of intensive training as part of the RIDE program, Atagootak is now a Long Hole Blaster - one of the highest unionized positions underground.
Raglan Mine won the F. J. O’Connell Trophy for the exceptional improvement achieved in prevention in 2017!
Raglan Mine's Director of Public Affairs, Communication and Community engagement, Amélie Rouleau, is one of the 2018 recipient of the CIM-Bedford Canadian Young Mining Leaders Award.