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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. 

Les controverses entourant la construction de pipelines au Canada font mal à l'industrie minière en réduisant la confiance des investisseurs étrangers, selon l'Association minière du Canada (AMC), qui accueille toutefois avec soulagement la décision du fédéral d'acheter le pipeline Trans Mountain.
A one-day strike by Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway engineers and conductors is not expected to have a lasting impact on Canada’s mining operations, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) said on Wednesday.
Canadian shippers breathed a collective sigh of relief Wednesday after CP Rail reached a tentative agreement with its train crews to end a strike mere hours after it began.
Thousands of conductors and engineers with Canadian Pacific Railway walked off the job Tuesday night — sparking transportation worries across the country. More than 3,000 employees of Canada’s second-largest railroad are now on strike, but the union says it’s still negotiating with the railway with the help of a federal mediator
Brendan Marshall, vice-president of economic and Northern affaris at the Mining Association of Canada, discusses the expected impact of the CP Rail strike on Canadian mining operations.