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      Mining also expanded to Canada’s far north; the shortlived Rankin Inlet nickel mine was Canada’s first Arctic mine and was followed by Nanisivik and Polaris, the first highArctic mines More recently, a major nickel mine was established at Voisey’s Bay, Labrador, and diamond mines (Ekati and Diavik) in the Northwest Territories opened in the 1990s, even as the latter region’s gold mines began

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