By Sarah Hurst
Mining News Editor 

Red Dog looks to schools for employees

Alaska lead-zinc mine has employed over 1,000 NANA shareholders; challenge now to bring them into the most highly skilled jobs


Last updated 11/27/2005 at Noon

Red Dog mine in Northwest Alaska's Arctic is just over half-way to its target of 100 percent NANA Corp. shareholder hire, and operator Teck Cominco is making every effort to increase that proportion. The world's largest zinc mine is on NANA land and working with the local community is an essential part of the business, General Manager Rob Scott told the Alaska Miners Association convention in A...

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