A gold mine company has been fined for its failure to conduct proper environmental procedures on time, as stipulated by Canada’s Fisheries Act.
Lupin Mines Incorporated was ordered to pay $100,000 after pleading guilty earlier this week in Nunavut Court of Justice to a violation under the Fisheries Act – specifically a section under the law on Metal and Diamond Mining Effluent Regulations.
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