Paul Rollinson and Paul Tomory meet with First Nations in Red Lake

Leading up to the acquisition of Great Bear Resources, J. Paul Rollinson, President and CEO, and Paul Tomory, Chief Technical Officer, met with the Chiefs of the Wabauskang and Lac Seul First Nations who have traditional territorial claims in the area.

The Chiefs presented Paul Rollinson with a gift of a print of a young girl with a feather, titled “Work with Me,” during a constructive first meeting. Kinross looks forward to building positive and strong relationships with their communities through meaningful dialogue and consultation.

Left to right: Chris Taylor, President & CEO, Great Bear, Chief Clifford Bull, Lac Seul First Nation, Paul Rollinson, President & CEO, Kinross Gold, Chief Bill Petiquan, Wabauskang First Nation, Paul Tomory Chief Technical Officer, Kinross Gold.

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