ELY, MN — Twin Metals Minnesota says it will hire union workers if the project is approved.
While still in the early stages, the copper-nickel mining company and the Iron Range Building and Construction Trades Council will make their partnership official Wednesday.
Twin Metals will sign an agreement to hire union workers if the project reaches the construction phase.
This comes as the company prepares to submit it’s mine plan of operation to regulatory agencies later this year.
We’ll have a special edition of Eye On Mining Wednesday night on CBS 3 to bring you the latest from the labor agreement signing.