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Annual Report 2012

A year in review of MAC activity and achievements.
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La grève au Chemin de fer Canadien Pacifique nuit aux exploitations minières canadiennes

L'Association minière du Canada (AMC) se dit extrêmement préoccupée par les lourdes conséquences économiques qu'aura la grève au Chemin de fer Canadien Pacifique (CP) sur les communautés minières, et elle exhorte le gouvernement du Canada à agir immédiatement afin de régler le conflit de travail.

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La croissance responsable du secteur de l'exploitation des ressources en Colombie-Britannique aidera le Canada à conserver son statut de superpuissance mondiale de l'industrie minière

La région de Kamloops est particulièrement prête pour de nouveaux projets et de nouvelles expansions

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B.C.’s responsible resource growth to help Canada maintain its reign as a global mining powerhouse

Kamloops region is particularly poised for growth from new projects and expansions

British Columbia’s robust and responsible resource sector will help propel the $140 billion in new mining investment expected across Canada over the next five years, says the Mining Association of Canada (MAC). MAC estimates that B.C. has the potential to see more than $30 billion in investment from 30 projects over the next 10 years.

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Newfoundland and Labrador helps Canada maintain its global mining superpower status

Rich resources, skilled workforce and large investments poise province for billions in new mining growth

Newfoundland and Labrador’s economy will benefit from billions in mining investment in the near term as more than $140 billion in new mining investment is expected across Canada over the next five years. This growth is largely attributed to a number of promising projects located in the province, according to the Mining Association of Canada (MAC).

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L'AMC salue le plan de Développement responsable des ressources du gouvernement du Canada

Rationalisation du processus d'examen des grands projets miniers afin de stimuler la création d'emplois et la croissance économique

L'Association minière du Canada (AMC) est satisfaite du plan du gouvernement fédéral relatif au Développement responsable des ressources dans le cadre de son Plan d'action économique de 2012, annoncé hier par l'honorable Joe Oliver, ministre des Ressources naturelles.

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MAC commends Government of Canada's plan for Responsible Resource Development

Streamlined review process for major mining projects to spur jobs and economic growth

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is pleased with the federal government’s plan for Responsible Resource Development as part of its 2012 Economic Action Plan, announced today by the Minister of Natural Resources, the Honourable Joe Oliver.

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