Lynn Lake

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Lynn Lake

 

a mining village in northwestern Manitoba, Canada. The Sherrit Gordon Nickel Mining Company works the large deposit of copper and nickel ores located in Lynn Lake. The ore is refined in Fort Saskatchewan (Alberta).

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