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Illegal mining prospectors in the crosshairs of the RCMP

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The RCMP specifies that its national security intervention and prevention team has the mandate to strengthen the resilience of critical infrastructure, including the mining sector . (Archive photo)

Radio-Canada

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police asked the Town of Fermont to keep an eye out for illegal mining prospectors on its territory.

An agent of the national security intervention and prevention team invited the general director of Fermont, Claude Gagné, to report all illegal practices or abnormal mining prospecting.

There were no such demonstrations in Fermont as such. The RCMP simply reminded us to be vigilant and, if necessary, to report if the City was approached with suspicious proposals, said Claude Gagné.

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The City of Fermont

The police force does not However, he does not specify whether he has asked other municipalities to be vigilant, citing the fact that this is criminal information that he cannot share. p>

Recall that Chinese prospectors caused astonishment in Baie-Johan-Beetz in July, by offering donuts and coffee to the mayor, with the aim of visit a silicon deposit.

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The RCMP also appealed for vigilance to this municipality .

Radio-Canada contacted around ten municipalities, band councils and associations who all mentioned not having been contacted by the RCMP on this subject.

According to information from Paul Fontaine

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