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Nancy Létourneau

In 2005, Nancy Létourneau was the first woman to participate & win the #Quebec mine rescue championship, is currently the President of the Association minière du Québec’s Catamine committee and is responsible for #sustainable devp management for Agnico Eagle Mines Limited’s LaRonde Complex.

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