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Building skills and shovelling money: life as a Northern Indigenous miner in the ’80s and ‘90s – by Derek Neary ( – November 24, 2021)

Front Page Ted Tsetta spent close to 30 years working at various Northern mines. He was employed by Subarctic Welding when he heard from a recruiter at the Polaris zinc mine on Little Cornwallis Island, approximately 100 kilometres north of Resolute Bay, in what is now Nunavut (it was still the Northwest Territories at the …

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