ENDAKO is a small community on the Yellowhead Hwy (see ROADS AND HWYS) about 170 km west of PRINCE GEORGE. Once the GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RWY was finished in 1914, the town became a divisional point, and the railway has always been a major employer, along with the FOREST INDUSTRY. In 1965 a huge open-pit MOLYBDENUM mine opened 8 km south of town. It is the largest producer of molybdenum in Canada and the second largest in the world, employing 220 people. In 1997 Placer Dome Inc sold the mine to...

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