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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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Initiative des corridors de commerce et de transport Bonne nouvelle pour le Nord canadien

L'Association minière du Canada (AMC) applaudit le lancement de l'Initiative des corridors de commerce et de transport (ICCT), le plus récent élément du plan d'infrastructure du gouvernement fédéral.

« Le gouvernement fédéral a pris un important engagement à l'égard du Nord canadien par l'entremise de l'Initiative des corridors de commerce et de transport », a déclaré Pierre Gratton, président et chef de la direction, AMC. « Il convient de féliciter le ministre Garneau pour un tel leadership stratégique. » 

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Trade and Transportation Corridors Initiative Good News for Canada’s North

MAC applauds the launch of the Trade and Transportation Corridors Initiative (TTCI), the most recent component of the federal government’s nation-building infrastructure plan.

“The federal government has made a significant commitment to Northern Canada through the Trade and Transportation Corridors Initiative,” stated Pierre Gratton, President and CEO, MAC. "Such strategic leadership by Minister Garneau should be commended."  

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