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Transportation 2030 is a first step in the right direction

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is encouraged by the Minister of Transport’s commitments today to improve Canada’s transportation network to facilitate economic growth and address long-standing issues in the rail freight market.

The mining industry consistently accounts for approximately 20% of the total value of Canadian exports, amounting to $91.2 billion in 2015. As a consequence of this international reach, the mining industry is the single largest customer group of Canada’s railways, accounting for 51.4% of total rail freight revenue generated in 2015. 


L'Argentine adopte l'initiative canadienne Vers le développement minier durable

La Cámara Argentina de Empresarios Mineros (CAEM), association minière nationale de l'Argentine, a annoncé aujourd'hui qu'elle adoptera l'initiative Vers le développement minier durable (VDMD). Le programme VDMD, axé sur la responsabilité sociale des entreprises, a été mis sur pied par l'Association minière du Canada (AMC) en vue d'améliorer les pratiques environnementales et sociales de l'industrie minière.


Argentina adopts Canada’s Towards Sustainable Mining Initiative

Cámara Argentina de Empresarios Mineros (CAEM), the national mining association in Argentina, today announced that it will adopt the Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) initiative, a corporate social responsibility program developed by the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) to improve environmental and social practices in the mining industry.



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