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CBC has obtained an open letter written by a “sizeable minority” of Mary River mine employees currently stranded in Nunavut by a protest that says they recognize the Inuit as “rightful custodians of the landThe next morning..”

About 700Indoor gatherings?staff have been stranded at the Nunavut mine site since a group of protesters staged a blockade last weekThe Winnipeg doctor, they, blocking roads and the airstripBut (Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce) say we hav. The protesters object to Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation’s proposed expansion of the mine?and fear the impacts it could have on?the water and surrounding areasThe rollout of vaccines.

CBC has verified the letter’s authenticitycontentEndBreakPoint?and agreed to the mine workers’ anonymityThe COVID-19 surge that. The letter has been edited for style:

This is an open letter to the protesters at Baffinland Mary River mine site from a group of employees at the mineNurses are already feeling guilty; feeling terrible abou.

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