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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.

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Canada set to be critical minerals store

Canada is positioning itself as the “global supplier of choice” for the critical minerals and metals essential to tomorrow’s technologies, especially the almost unfathomable quantities of raw materials that will be required by a world transitioning to low-carbon energy and electric vehicles.

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Federal election promises for zero-emission vehicles have a catch

As Canadian political parties campaign on increasing zero-emission infrastructure, mining reform advocates warn of the environmental implications of expected rapid growth in mineral extraction

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Avoiding Canada’s EV resource curse

Ontario has drawn record investment in electric vehicles, but wants into the battery race

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Top lobbying: Which groups were most active in Parliament 43-2?

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Canada needs an EV battery supply chain strategy

The country could be more than just a supplier of raw materials for massive battery market.

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Biden’s push for competition could dampen Canada’s post-pandemic recovery, industry warns

There has been a lack of political will over the years to push back against the more monopolistic aspects of Canada’s economy.

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Canada sets the gold standard in corporate social responsibility

What does it mean when one of the most significant mining jurisdictions in the world adopts a Canadian sustainability standard?

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David Clarry Appointed Chair of Mining Association of Canada

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) welcomes a newly appointed Chair to take on the role for the next two years. David Clarry, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility for Hudbay Minerals Inc., was appointed to the role to replace Gordon Stothart, President and CEO of IAMGOLD, and bring his extensive knowledge and experience within the mining sector.

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