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Taking The Leap: Belén Vergara’s Journey From Chile to Canada

Belén Vergara still remembers the moment she learned she would be moving from Chile’s largest city, Santiago, to the small Northwestern Ontario township of Emo to work at New Gold’s Rainy River Mine. She was the first candidate placed as part of the Artemisa Mining Challenge which strives to pair Canadian mining companies with Chilean […]

Taking The Leap: Belén Vergara’s Journey From Chile to Canada Read More »

Belén Vergara still remembers the moment she learned she would be moving from Chile’s largest city, Santiago, to the small Northwestern Ontario township of Emo to work at New Gold’s Rainy River Mine. She was the first candidate placed as part of the Artemisa Mining Challenge which strives to pair Canadian mining companies with Chilean

Celebrating 1 Year Lost-Time Injury-Free

In October, the Rainy River Mine celebrated one year without any Lost-Time Injuries (LTIs). This milestone would not have been possible without the contributions of our employees and contractors who worked at site over the past year. Focusing on identifying and controlling hazards associated with every task performed on a shift-by-shift basis contributed to this achievement. On

Celebrating 1 Year Lost-Time Injury-Free Read More »

In October, the Rainy River Mine celebrated one year without any Lost-Time Injuries (LTIs). This milestone would not have been possible without the contributions of our employees and contractors who worked at site over the past year. Focusing on identifying and controlling hazards associated with every task performed on a shift-by-shift basis contributed to this achievement. On

Commemorating the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Each year on September 30, people across Canada recognize the harmful and traumatic history of the residential school system and honour survivors and those who were impacted. At our mine sites, teams worked to organize meaningful activities as part of New Gold’s commitment to playing a role in reconciliation. New Gold’s Rainy River Mine in

Commemorating the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Read More »

Each year on September 30, people across Canada recognize the harmful and traumatic history of the residential school system and honour survivors and those who were impacted. At our mine sites, teams worked to organize meaningful activities as part of New Gold’s commitment to playing a role in reconciliation. New Gold’s Rainy River Mine in