Rainy River Workforce Accommodation Study

Rainy River, Canada

New Gold



The proposed New Gold Mining Project in Northwestern Ontario will require a workforce of 500+ people during the construction and operation phases. New Gold has committed to work together in partnership with the Rainy River First Nations and Naicatchewenin First Nation to ensure their communities and members benefit from the employment, training, contracting and other opportunities that stem from the project in their traditional territory. SvN assisted consulting firm rePlan and New Gold in the preparation of an Accommodation Study to identify partnerships, financing and construction opportunities to address the limited housing opportunities in the Rainy River community.

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