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Flin Flon

(flĭn flŏn), city (1991 pop. in Manitoba, 7,119; in Saskatchewan, 330), on the Man.-Sask. border, Canada. It is a mining and smelting center in a region producing copper, zinc, silver, gold, and cadmium; it also serves a lumbering and fishing area.
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Flin Flon

 

a city in central Canada, in the province of Manitoba. Population, 9,600 (1975). The city has a railroad station. Industry is represented by nonferrous metallurgy. Copper and zinc are mined nearby.

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