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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 House of Commons inched one step closer to a possible procedural showdown with the Senate Thursday after MPs rejected several amendments to the Trudeau government’s proposed overhaul of this country’s transportation system.
The Liberal government’s decision to reject a number of Senate amendments to a key piece of transportation legislation will cause further delays, Conservative MPs said Tuesday – as Western Canadian shippers continue to grapple with an ongoing transportation backlog.
A proposed law raising foreign ownership limits in airlines and Canada’s biggest railway carrier is headed back to the Senate, the latest step in a tug-of-war that has the mining sector speaking out.
Nutrien Inc.’s decision to lay off more than 1,000 employees at its potash operations is just the latest example of a wider problem with Canada’s rail system, says the Mining Association of Canada.
The Liberal government’s Impact Assessment Act is getting harsh reviews from resource-industry executives, including a warning that the legislation would make it virtually impossible to build oil and gas pipelines in Canada.