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Sheena Annanack

Committed to mine safety, Sheena Annanack is the first Inuk woman to become a firefighter at Glencore’s Raglan Mine and serves as Accommodation Supervisor at the site.

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Deborah Qanatsiaq

As the local Baffinland Community Liaison Officer in Sanirajak, Nunavut, Deborah Qanatsiaq engages on a daily basis with Inuit in her community about career and training opportunities in mining. She...

Cameco / Cannorth

Supporting Indigenous businesses makes our business better. Canada North Environmental Services (CanNorth) is an Indigenous-owned company. CanNorth was established through the support of Cameco and other uranium mining companies in...

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