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The Eagle’s Nest Project is Wyloo’s flagship project in the Ring of Fire region. It is one of the most significant, undeveloped, high-grade nickel, copper, and platinum group element (PGE) deposits in the world and will be the first critical minerals deposit mined in the region.
Sustainability is at the heart of our mine design, with a surface footprint of approximately 1 square kilometre. The mine will be underground, incorporating paste backfill to store 100 per cent of tailings also underground to minimize surface disruption.
Wyloo is committed to developing world-class operations vital for the clean energy transition, with the aim to be a net zero emissions mine. Through industry-leading practices and technologies, and genuine partnership and collaboration with local communities, Wyloo aims to be a benchmark for sustainable mining.

Wyloo’s Esker Site serves as a base for project and exploration work and sits on top of the future Eagle’s Nest Mine. Currently, Esker Site is only accessible by air. Significant measures are taken to coordinate flights and to orientate all workers and visitors coming though Esker Site on aircraft safety.
Amenities at Esker Site include heated sleeping accommodations, a fitness centre, sauna, laundry facility, a teepee used for cultural purposes, and a recreational facility with a pool table, video game console, andsatellite television. The kitchen serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and even accommodates dietary restrictions. Take a look through our Image Gallery to see ‘A Day in the Life of Esker’!

Each day at Esker Site starts with a morning meeting to discuss the planned work for that day, as well as a safety talk to identify hazards and controls. We also strive to create a workplace environment that encourages open and free discussions about mental health, which is incorporated into our safety talk.
Some of the day-to-day activities at Esker Site include maintenance and operations, environmental baseline studies, geophysics, and promoting a positive safety culture through regular workplace inspections, reporting hazards and near misses, developing and implementing safety policies and procedures, and providing effective health and safety training during normal working hours.

Our vision is to develop the Eagle’s Nest Project in partner ship with First Nation and local communities, and working alongside contractors, suppliers and surrounding communities through continuous engagement.
Our aim is to empower First Nations through capacity building, which includes creating and sustaining Indigenous employment opportunities, having at least 50 per cent Indigenous workforce at Esker Site, and awarding contracts to Indigenous-led businesses as we advance development in the region. Outreach and engagement play a key role and we welcome the opportunity to visit First Nation communities to present company updates, as well as to listen and receive feedback from community members.

CAREERS

Current Job Opportunities


For those interested in employment opportunities at Eagle's Nest, please visit our Careers page to view current opportunities or fill out our Careers Form with your CV to register your interest.

Calendar of Events


APRIL 23 TO 24, 2024

Ontario Prospectors Association Showcase

An annual core shack and presentation showcase hosted by the Ontario Prospectors Association bringing together exploration and mining companies in the region. 

Thunder Bay, Ontario

https://ontarioprospectors.com/

JUNE 4 TO 6, 2024

Nunavik Mining Workshop 2024

An annual event and workshop for Nunavik mineral resources development. 

We are speaking at this event and members of our team will be in attendance.

Kuujjuaq, Nunavik

https://nunavikminingworkshop.ca/

Past Engagement Events


APRIL 2 TO 3, 2024

Marten Falls First Nation Community Visit

Bringing Indigenous communities, industry and government together to engage in meaningful discussions about the opportunities, challenges and support surrounding Indigenous-led projects in Canada.

Toronto, Ontario

FEBRUARY 27 TO 29, 2024

Neeganii-Iishawin Gathering 2024

Taking The Lead In Our Prosperity 
1st Annual Northern Economic Development Gathering. We exhibited at this event and members of our team were in attendance.

Thunder Bay, Ontario

MARCH 3 TO 6, 2024

PDAC Convention

Connecting with 24,000+ Attendees from 130+ Countries in one of the largest mining conferences in the world.

We are exhibited at this event, participated in in Panel Sessions and Speaker Forums. Members of our team were also in attendance.

Toronto, Ontario

JANUARY 17, 2024

Marten Falls First Nation Community Visit

Our team visited Marten Falls First Nation to provide an update on our activities, answer questions and receive feedback from community members.

Marten Falls, Ontario

NOVEMBER 30 TO DECEMBER 1, 2023

Indigenous Enterprises Business Development Opportunities Workshop

A first in a series of workshops aimed at highlighting community-centred, forward-thinking perspectives to drive economic development within First Nation communities.

Toronto, Ontario

OCTOBER 5, 2023

Kiikenomaga Kikenjigewen Employment and Training Services (KKETS) Announcement

Celebrating the announcement with KKETS! We look forward to many years of working with graduates from the KKETS program as we develop our world-class Eagle’s Nest deposit.

Thunder Bay, Ontario

Offices


THUNDER BAY

1127 Premier Way, Unit 1 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 0A3

PHONE

807-285-4808
Toll Free: 1-855-966-7668

TORONTO

212 King Street West, Suite 501 Toronto, ON M5H 1K5

PHONE

416-367-1444

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We acknowledge that the Eagle’s Nest Project is on the territory of the Anishnawbe people of Marten Falls First Nation and neighbours Webequie First Nation, both signatories to Treaty 9.

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