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Wabush

 

a settlement in Canada; situated on the Labrador Peninsula, in Newfoundland Province. Population, 3,400 (1971). Wabush is an iron-mining center. Iron pellets are produced in the port of Pointe Noire in Quebéc Province.

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9 million (HST included) to Bird Construction Group of Bedford, Nova Scotia, to renovate the air terminal building at the Wabush Airport.
of Canada (IOC) is proceeding with the development of the Wabush 3 pit at its mining operations near Labrador City, Newfoundland and Labrador.
2% over 2013 due to the closure of the Wabush Scully mine due to its unsustainably high-cost structure.
From Wabush to Victoria, the country's highways and building sites are dotted with those ubiquitous blue placards signalling federal investment.
These are tough times in Labrador West, where residents are still coming to grips with last year's closure of Wabush Mines.
Another party holed and sank a large canoe in rapids about halfway between Schefferville and Wabush and had to trek to the railroad to get an iron-ore train home.
restarts Wabush Scully mine(C)1994-2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
The new service will also connect Saint John to Bonaventure, Quebec, and Wabush, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Smallwood Middle School in Wabush, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Transport Canada on Wednesday announced that the Wabush Airport will benefit from over CAD2m in infrastructure improvements.
Ojard compares it to the Wabush Lake Railway constructed 50 years ago that cuts through the wilderness of northeastern Quebec and western Labrador.