Agnico Eagle Mines is doubling down this year on Nunavut, Canada’s least developed territory.
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Canadian gold miner Agnico Eagle Mines (TSX,NYSE:AGM) is grabbing a significant land position in a well-known Yukon gold play that has already yielded two purchases by major gold mining companies.
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Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. has asked the federal government to intervene and provide compulsory arbitration in its talks with the Kivalliq Inuit Association on an Inuit impacts and benefits agreement for the proposed Meliadine gold project.
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