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MAC in the News

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is a go-to source for mining industry news. Check out the articles below for recent media coverage featuring MAC experts. 

The Federal Court of Appeal's ruling that consultations for the Trans Mountain project were inadequate has raised concerns from the resources industry about added uncertainty around the duty to consult Indigenous communities, though experts say the precedent adds further clarity to what it means to meaningfully engage.
While some groups pull back in summer months, the Mining Association of Canada remained active in July, where industry, trade, and environment were the most-discussed issues.
Everything was moving along nicely. Four provinces with carbon tax and/or cap-and-trade programs. Six others and the territories looking on in anticipation and yes, in some cases with deep foreboding at Ottawa’s plans for its own carbon pricing framework scheduled for legal launch this January.
After spending billions of dollars and two decades trying — and failing — to build a mine on the border of Chile and Argentina, Toronto-based Barrick Gold Corp. is reverting to a predictable strategy: it wants to partner with a Chinese company.
A Sherritt International employee recently recognized for her accomplishments in the mining sector hopes to inspire other people to follow her path.