Since early February, we have been able to offer Wi-Fi calls and VoIP audio and video calls throughout the internet network in rooms at the site.
Thanks to exploration our efforts in recent years, Canadian Royalties (CRI) intends to continue its operations with the development of four new underground mining projects,
The 2023 Arctic Winter Games were held in Fort McMurray. Our employee, Hullik Gadbois Kudluk has participated in the Dene Games several times. This year, she was part of the delegation as the coach of 8 young girls.
Congratulations to the Canadian Royalties Mine Rescue Competition Team for placing second at the Elite 2022 competition.
Sliver sponsor at Canadian Mining Games 2023
Jimmy Qarisaq joined the Canadian Royalties team on September 19, 2022 as the Inuit Communications Advisor.
On November 23, 2022, as part of the Québec Mines + Energy conference, Élaisa Uqittuq, Inuit Programs Coordinator, proudly represented Canadian Royalties as a panelist at a session organized by the Ministère des Ressources naturelles et des Forêts (MRNF). This session focused on the potential of the First Nations and Inuit workforce.
Interested in working for a mining company? Looking for a job? Discover new career opportunities?
Come to meet us at 3 career fairs in October
Some abandoned exploration sites in Nunavik have been cleaned up since 2009, others are expected in the coming years.
Canadian Royalties will be hosting an event at Expo Camp to celebrate the National Indigenous Peoples Day.
We started A 5-week Human Resources marketing campaign on Facebook and LinkedIn
In the summer of 2021, through its environmental monitoring program, CRI monitored populations of Ellesmere Island whitlow-grass, a rare plant found in Nunavik, but also identified as a vulnerable species in Quebec.
International Recycling Day was established in 1994 by the U.S. International Bureau. It became global in 2018.
The Nunavik Nickel Project (NNP) comprises 32 properties which cover a surface area of 733 km² and extend over 100 km in east-west length.
CRI continues its efforts in the area of sound water use management in the years to come in order to reduce its environmental impact in Nunavik as much as possible.
It will facilitate their access to healthcare specialists and quality medical treatment and allow them to avoid waiting lines at walk-in clinics!
On December 12th was the food and clothes distribution organized by Canadian Royalties in partnership with the organization ‘Pour le Hood’.
An extremely stimulating virtual reality project
A collection of funds to help those less fortunate, please consider it !
The Nunavik Nickel Project (NNP) comprises 32 properties which cover a surface area of 730 km² and extend over 100 km in east-west length.
This weekend we held a first edition of our activity "I ❤️ my camp "
At Canadian Royalties inc. , we are committed to protecting the environment.
In Canadian Royalties, we discuss health & safety every day.
We would like to thank our Inuit employees for their understanding, and we are more than happy to have them back with us!
At the beginning of 2021, the Training Department met for its annual meeting to align the 2021 objectives.
On the mining site, the hygiene measures recommended by the Public Health are implemented to ensure the safety of all.