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MAC adds new actions to address climate change

MAC and its members adopt recommendations from advisory body

To further enhance its climate change efforts, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) and its members have committed to undertake more than a dozen additional actions to help in the fight against climate change.

These actions are based on recommendations from the association’s Community of Interest (COI) Advisory Panel—an independent, multi-stakeholder group that advises MAC on the Towards Sustainable Mining® (TSM®) initiative and on issues of mutual interest. 


Prendre des mesures pour prévenir le travail des enfants et le travail forcé dans la chaîne d’approvisionnement du secteur minier

L’Association minière du Canada (AMC) a annoncé aujourd’hui l’ajout de deux volets à son initiative Vers le développement minier durableMD (VDMDMD) visant à participer aux efforts mondiaux de prévention du travail des enfants et du travail forcé dans la chaîne d’approvisionnement du secteur minier, et à fournir les renseignements requis sur les pratiques d’approvisionnement responsable en métaux et en minéraux.


Taking action to prevent child and forced labour in the mining supply chain

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) today announced the addition of two new components to its Towards Sustainable Mining® (TSM®) initiative to contribute to global efforts in preventing the use of child and forced labour in the mining supply chain, and to provide the information needed to demonstrate the responsible sourcing of minerals and metals.


Le financement de nouvelles infrastructures est indispensable au développement économique durable du Yukon

L'Association minière du Canada (AMC) félicite les gouvernements du Canada et du Yukond'avoir annoncé d'importants investissements dans des infrastructures essentielles qui aideront grandement le territoire à saisir des occasions de croissance dans le secteur minier.


Foundational policies can lead to bright future for Canada’s mineral and mining industry

Industry highlights top priorities at Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference

As Canada’s Energy and Mines Ministers convene for their 74th annual conference, a national coalition of mining associations is recommending several government actions to help unlock billions of economic activity across the country, address climate change, bolster reconciliation efforts with Indigenous peoples, and secure Canada as the world’s top supplier of sustainably-sourced minerals and metals in an increasingly lower carbon global economy.



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