Photo: Mining her own business

By NUNATSIAQ NEWS

While in Cambridge Bay this past weekend, before heading back to Ottawa for the Aug. 28 cabinet shuffle, Carolyn Bennett visits TMAC Resources Inc.'s Hope Bay gold mine which started production earlier this year. Bennett, who has been minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada since Fall 2015, now has a new job title: minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau split the INAC department in two Aug. 28, giving Bennett the CIRNA file and handing Indigenous Services to former Health Minister Jane Philpott. (PHOTO COURTESY OF TMAC RESOURCES INC.)


While in Cambridge Bay this past weekend, before heading back to Ottawa for the Aug. 28 cabinet shuffle, Carolyn Bennett visits TMAC Resources Inc.’s Hope Bay gold mine which started production earlier this year. Bennett, who has been minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada since Fall 2015, now has a new job title: minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau split the INAC department in two Aug. 28, giving Bennett the CIRNA file and handing Indigenous Services to former Health Minister Jane Philpott. (PHOTO COURTESY OF TMAC RESOURCES INC.)

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