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Lac des Iles Mine COVID cases reach 20

Lac des Iles Mine COVID cases reach 20

Impala postpones plans to restart palladium mine on April 28
Number of COVID-infected Lac des Iles mine workers grows to 14

Number of COVID-infected Lac des Iles mine workers grows to 14

Three new positive tests reported as Impala Canada continues testing sweep of workforce of northwest palladium operation
Make it 11 COVID-19 cases connected to the Lac Des Iles Mine

Make it 11 COVID-19 cases connected to the Lac Des Iles Mine

Northwestern Ontario mine site evacuated with some workers domiciled at Thunder Bay hotel
Ventilator production breathes life into Thunder Bay Bombardier plant

Ventilator production breathes life into Thunder Bay Bombardier plant

Rail coach builder to apply its manufacturing muscle to assemble portable ventilator units
Another Lac des Iles Mine worker tests positive for COVID-19

Another Lac des Iles Mine worker tests positive for COVID-19

Impala Canada totals seven cases at northwestern Ontario mine, test results on two others still pending
Spring’s first ‘salty’ arrived in Thunder Bay

Spring’s first ‘salty’ arrived in Thunder Bay

M.V. Tufty is northwest port’s first international visitor
Five more COVID-19 cases at northwestern Ontario palladium mine

Five more COVID-19 cases at northwestern Ontario palladium mine

Impala Canada reports six workers in self-isolation as Lac des Iles ramps down operations
Lac des Iles Mine on lockdown

Lac des Iles Mine on lockdown

Impala Canada imposes 14-day quarantine on workforce after positive COVID-19 case, places mine on care and maintenance
Northwest mine remains open after positive COVID-19 test

Northwest mine remains open after positive COVID-19 test

Infected Thunder Bay-area worker resting at home along with five crew mates
COVID-19 crisis galvanizes 3D printers in Thunder Bay

COVID-19 crisis galvanizes 3D printers in Thunder Bay

Grassroots manufacturers group producing face shields for medical and front-line workers