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April 2, 2015: Tata Steel Minerals Canada Limited acquires balance 49% participating interest in Howse Deposit.
March 30, 2015: TSMC hosts Award Ceremony at Timmins Camp for First Nations who successfully completed a 6-week Safe Work Practices and Process Plant Operations Training program in the Schefferville area. The training was delivered by the Sept-Îles Training Centre with the support of TSMC and Emploi-Québec
January 21, 2015: TSMC hosts Award Ceremony at Timmins Camp for First Nations who successfully completed the TSMC sponsored 5-week Heavy Equipment Operator Training program in the Schefferville area through the Centre de formation professionnelle de Forestville.
November 24, 2014: Panamax vessel carrying TSMC ore departs Port of Sept-Îles, destined for Tata Steel Europe.
November 2, 2014: Rail haulage of TSMC ore commences directly from the DSO rail loop through KéRail for onward journey to ocean-going vessels at the Port of Sept-Îles.
October 29, 2014: KéRail receives Certificate of Fitness from the Canada Transport Agency to commence operations.
June 4, 2014: Construction of the KéRail rail line connecting TSMC’s DSO processing facilities to the Tshiuetin Rail Transportation (TSH) main line complete.
February 11, 2014: Tata Steel Minerals Canada (TSMC) proudly participated, along with representatives from the Government of Quebec and Labrador Iron Mines, in the re-opening of the local First Nations Community Arena, thirty years after its closing. This was made possible, in large part, due to TSMC’s significant financial contribution towards the rehabilitation of the arena, which will benefit both the communities of Kawawachikamach and Matimekush-Lac John.
September 18, 2013: Tata Steel Minerals Canada (TSMC) signs Joint Venture Agreement with Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited (LIM) to develop the Howse iron ore deposit in the Schefferville region of the Labrador Trough.