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Asbestos Republic of Mining

2021-8-18  The asbestos issue is back on the agenda of the Quebec and Canadian governments, with multibillion-dollar projects to extract magnesium and other minerals from the mountains of waste left by asbestos mining companies. According to Quebec government health authorities, the waste contains up to 40 per cent asbestos.

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The end of the Jeffrey asbestos mine in Quebec

2014-9-2  Today, not a single political party in Quebec supports the asbestos industry. First, Québec Solidaire in August 2010 called for an end to the mining and export of asbestos. Two years later, in August 2012, both the Parti Québécois and the Coalition Avenir Québec ended their support for the asbestos industry. And now the Liberal Party of

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Val des Sources, Quebec The Abandoned Jeffrey

For years, the name of this well established town wore the stigma that comes with asbestos exposure and related illness. That all officially changed in late 2020 when a new name was chosen to reflect a new beginning for the struggling town.Val des Sources was chosen by the 2800 residents of the town in a vote in October 2020.

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Asbestos miners, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada Library

Asbestos mine, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada 1 photographic print on stereo card : stereograph. Stereograph shows a man standing at the edge of a cliff looking down into the asbestos mine. Contributor: Keystone View Company Date: 1926

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Asbestos Mining Town in Canada Searches for New Identity

2016-11-7  The town of Asbestos was the site of the infamous 1949 asbestos strike, a four-month labor dispute credited for leading to the Quiet Revolution — a period of socio-political and socio-cultural change in Quebec. The strike is regarded as one of the most violent labor disputes in Canadian history.

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Canadian Asbestos Mines Whitby Mesothelioma

Asbestos mining in this area was abandoned as unprofitable. Munro Mine, operated by Canadian Johns-Manville Co. Ltd., Matheson, Ontario, years operational 1949 1964. Jeffrey Mine, operated by Canadian Johns-Manville Co. Ltd., Asbestos, Quebec. Operational 1880 2011. Lake Asbestos of Quebec, operated by Lake Asbestos of Quebec Ltd

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A Critique of the Canadian Asbestos Mining Industry and

QAMA. 1965. Minutes of the 95th Meeting of the Quebec Asbestos Mining Association Held on Monday, November 29th, 1965 at the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City, PQ.

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Val-des-Sources (Quebec) Eastern Townships Archives

The fonds contains of research done by W. Gillies Ross on the following subjects: the mines at Eustis, Capelton and Albert Mines, asbestos mining at Asbestos, the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic, and the Stanstead granite industry. It consists largely of research

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Asbestos Hill: Inuit Experiences with Nunavik’s First Mine

2017-12-18  of mining in Nunavik (northern Québec) and this study is the first to be conducted on the Asbestos Hill mine (1972- 1984), Nunavik’s first mine. This report is a summary of the masters’ thesis “Asbestos Hill: Inuit Experiences with Nunavik’s First Mine”, completed in October 2016.

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Val des Sources, Quebec The Abandoned Jeffrey

For years, the name of this well established town wore the stigma that comes with asbestos exposure and related illness. That all officially changed in late 2020 when a new name was chosen to reflect a new beginning for the struggling town.Val des Sources was chosen by the 2800 residents of the town in a vote in October 2020.

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Asbestos Mining Town in Canada Searches for New Identity

2016-11-7  The town of Asbestos was the site of the infamous 1949 asbestos strike, a four-month labor dispute credited for leading to the Quiet Revolution — a period of socio-political and socio-cultural change in Quebec. The strike is regarded as one of the most violent labor disputes in Canadian history.

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MINING #5 The North’s Giant Monster

2021-12-8  MINING #2 Life and Death in Asbestos, QC For a century, Canada was one of the world’s leading exporters of asbestos, most of it mined from the small town of Asbestos, Quebec. But during that time, governments and corporations in Canada did everything they

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Loading buckets with asbestos rock, Thetford Mines,

Asbestos mine, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada 1 photographic print on stereo card : stereograph. Stereograph shows a man standing at the edge of a cliff looking down into the asbestos mine. Contributor: Keystone View Company Date: 1926

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Asbestos Hill: Inuit Experiences with Nunavik’s First Mine

2017-12-18  of mining in Nunavik (northern Québec) and this study is the first to be conducted on the Asbestos Hill mine (1972- 1984), Nunavik’s first mine. This report is a summary of the masters’ thesis “Asbestos Hill: Inuit Experiences with Nunavik’s First Mine”, completed in October 2016.

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Asbestos mining waste impacts on the sedimentological

2021-10-20  More than a century (1877–2011 CE) of asbestos mining activities in the Thetford Mines region have resulted in the accumulation of gigantic mineral waste piles on the banks of the Bécancour River (southern Quebec, Canada).

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A Critique of the Canadian Asbestos Mining Industry and

QAMA. 1965. Minutes of the 95th Meeting of the Quebec Asbestos Mining Association Held on Monday, November 29th, 1965 at the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City, PQ. QAMA. 1967. Quebec Asbestos Mining Association Special Summer Meeting-Mandir.

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Show Mines of Canada: Asbestos Mineral Museum

2021-8-5  The Jeffrey Mine at Asbestos is named after W. H. Jeffrey who was the first to open a mine here. He mined asbestos, which gave the mining community its name. The mine was very successful, and mining grew slowly but continually. This changed in the 1980s when the dangers of asbestos became known. The fine dust it produces causes lung cancer and

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Canada ban on asbestos takes effect but mining residues

2018-10-18  The regulations however do not apply to residues left from mining asbestos, which in Canada include about 800 million tonnes of residue near mines in the Quebec towns of Thetford Mines and Asbestos.

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History of the Mining Industry Ministère de l’énergie et

The pace of iron mining increases on the Côte-Nord, as does gold and copper and mining in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region and asbestos mining in the Eastern Townships. 1953: The first niobium deposit is discovered in the Oka area, following by the discovery in 1967 of the Saint-Honoré deposit, the second largest in the world. 1954

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Loading buckets with asbestos rock, Thetford Mines,

Asbestos mine, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada 1 photographic print on stereo card : stereograph. Stereograph shows a man standing at the edge of a cliff looking down into the asbestos mine. Contributor: Keystone View Company Date: 1926

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Asbestos mining waste impacts on the sedimentological

2021-10-20  More than a century (1877–2011 CE) of asbestos mining activities in the Thetford Mines region have resulted in the accumulation of gigantic mineral waste piles on the banks of the Bécancour River (southern Quebec, Canada).

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Asbestos Hill: Inuit Experiences with Nunavik’s First Mine

2017-12-18  of mining in Nunavik (northern Québec) and this study is the first to be conducted on the Asbestos Hill mine (1972- 1984), Nunavik’s first mine. This report is a summary of the masters’ thesis “Asbestos Hill: Inuit Experiences with Nunavik’s First Mine”, completed in October 2016.

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History of the Mining Industry Ministère de l’énergie et

The pace of iron mining increases on the Côte-Nord, as does gold and copper and mining in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region and asbestos mining in the Eastern Townships. 1953: The first niobium deposit is discovered in the Oka area, following by the discovery in 1967 of the Saint-Honoré deposit, the second largest in the world. 1954

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Canada ban on asbestos takes effect but mining residues

2018-10-18  The regulations however do not apply to residues left from mining asbestos, which in Canada include about 800 million tonnes of residue near mines in the Quebec towns of Thetford Mines and Asbestos.

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A Critique of the Canadian Asbestos Mining Industry and

QAMA. 1965. Minutes of the 95th Meeting of the Quebec Asbestos Mining Association Held on Monday, November 29th, 1965 at the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec City, PQ. QAMA. 1967. Quebec Asbestos Mining Association Special Summer Meeting-Mandir.

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Mesothelioma in Quebec chrysotile miners and millers

In a cohort of some 11,000 men born 1891-1920 and employed in the Quebec chrysotile production industry, including a small asbestos products factory, of 9780 men who survived into 1936, 8009 are known to have died before 1993, 38 probably from mesothelioma--33 in miners and millers and five in

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Val-des-Sources (Quebec) Eastern Townships Archives

The fonds contains of research done by W. Gillies Ross on the following subjects: the mines at Eustis, Capelton and Albert Mines, asbestos mining at Asbestos, the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic, and the Stanstead granite industry. It consists largely of research

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Asbestos victims object to Quebec mine plans CBC News

2011-11-5  Families of asbestos victims spoke out against an investor's imminent plan to re-open a Quebec asbestos mine. The families invited the lead investor,

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MinersMesothelioma Asbestos Exposure Risks

2021-7-21  Miners were responsible for collecting asbestos so that it could be used by many different industries. Many workers in the mining industry regularly came into contact with this substance as it was removed from the earth. This led to asbestos-related illnesses, such as mesothelioma.

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