Glenn has spent over forty years in the mining industry, mostly in early-stage mineral exploration. He owned and operated a geophysical and camp management company for many years, working with many indigenous communities in the Canadian north. He spent nine years as the Chief of his community, Missanabie Cree First Nation, before moving back into […]
Pierre Gratton was appointed President and CEO of the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) in 2011. Based in Ottawa, MAC is the national organization for the Canadian mining industry.
Josée Méthot is an engineer with a Master’s degree in business administration from HEC, the Université de Montréal business school, and a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from McGill University.
Mr. Bergeron leads the development and implementation of the company’s corporate affairs and sustainability strategy and programs, including government and external relations, environmental stewardship, community relations, social responsibility, and country risk analysis activities.
Carolyn Chisholm is Director, External Affairs for Rio Tinto Canada. She is actively engaged in environment, sustainability and regulatory affairs, leading advocacy, and engagement strategies for Rio Tinto at the federal and provincial levels.
Alice Wong serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Corporate Officer at Cameco, one of the largest global providers of the fuel needed to energize a clean-air world. She has held diverse and increasingly senior leadership roles at the company for more than 30 years.