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Musselwhite Mine is located northwest of Thunder Bay.

A scoop operator has died following an incident at Goldcorp’s Musselwhite Mine northwest of Thunder Bay.In a news release, Goldcorp said a scoop operator was working underground early on Nov. 26 when an “unexpected ... more >>

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