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A Commitment to the Community Was Part of the Flin Flon City Council Meeting Last night.

In commenting on the closing of Hudbay’s Triple Seven Mine Mayor Cal Huntley stated Hudbay is following the plan they had laid out for them. It’s not something we wanted to hear and jobs have been lost but some jobs are remaining and some people now working in Snow Lake will continue to live here. He said it’s not the end for Flin Flon as we’ll continue to look for further opportunities for people in our communities to find work and for more work to be out there to attract more people to the region.  He added the city will maintain the essential services and the quality of life for the people who are remaining in Flin Flon, the retirees who are here and others who come here.


Earlier in the meeting Councillor Karen MacKinnon presented years of service awards to Councillors on behalf of the Association of Manitoba Municipalities – 10 years to Councillors Tim Babcock and Ken Pawlachuk, 15 to Councillor Karen MacKinnon and 20 to Mayor Cal Huntley.


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