North Shore: April 2013 Archives
Wednesday April 24, 2013
Senior officials of Tata Steel, one of the biggest producers in the world, were in Schefferville last week with a gift for the students of two local schools.
The iron ore company has teamed up with the non-profit organization First Books, to provide several thousand books to l'École Kanatamat in Schefferville and the Jimmy Sandy Memorial School in Kawawachikamach.
At a ceremony at the Jimmy Sandy school, he said the company believes that social responsibility is a fundamental of Tata Steel's business. We spoke with Balasubramanian Muthuruman, the vice-president of Tata Steel, which is developing a new iron ore prospect in the Schefferville area. We then continued the conversation with Curtis Tootoosis, the Principal at Jimmy Sandy Memorial School.