Nunavik’s Raglan mine plans to send northern workers back home – Nunatsiaq News

by ahnationtalk on March 23, 202014 Views

23 March 2020

“These actions will slow down our operations as we support the process of sending back our northern employees”

Nunavik’s two mines along the Hudson Strait remain in operation, but they have boosted their preventive protocols in response to COVID-19.

As well, the Raglan mine said today that it will send its Nunavik workers home.

Starting on Monday, March 23, none of the employees and contractors from the 14 Nunavik communities who are currently off site will return to Raglan mine site, and employees from these villages currently on site will return home in the next few days.

“These actions will slow down our operations as we support the process of sending back our northern employees to their villages,” the mine said on its Facebook page.

Read More: https://nunatsiaq.com/stories/article/nunavik-mines-expand-screening-washing-and-cleaning-to-stop-covid-19/

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