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Award recognizes mining leader



In May, the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum’s Bedford Canadian Young Mining Leaders Award was presented to Samwillie Grey‐Scott in recognition of his work recruiting Inuit miners to Glencore’s Raglan mine in Nunavik. 

Grey‐Scott coordinates Raglan’s Tamatumani program, where he oversees the recruitment, training, and organizational development of Inuit employees at the mine site. He has also helped launch the Pigunnaqugut project, designed to help move Inuit into higher‐level positions at the mine site. 

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