Greenstone Gold Mines (GGM) is advancing on plans to design, construct and operate an open-pit gold mine, processing plant and ancillary facilities, collectively known as the Hardrock Project.
GGM proposes to mine the Hardrock deposit as an open pit over a Life of Mine(LOM) of approximately 15 years. Project infrastructure will include a process plant operating 365 days per year. The project will lead to multiple employment opportunities.
The following survey has been prepared by MTW Employment Services to determine interest in employment for this exciting venture. Please click on the link below and complete the survey in its entirety.
Please note that not all survey respondents will be contacted. All information will be kept confidential and only disclosed to the individuals that will compile the data.
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