Without mining, there are no electric vehicles, no wind farms, solar panels or nuclear energy, and no transmission lines.
British Columbia Port Work Stoppages Negatively Impacting Mining Sector and Businesses that Rely on Canadian Minerals and Metals
OTTAWA – Today, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) expresses serious concern regarding the damaging effects strikes taking place at ports across British Columbia are having on the mining industry and the broader Canadian economy. “B.C.’s ports play an essential role in Canada’s mining supply chain, serving as central hubs for the transport of the critical […]
Much has happened over the past two years, with impacts from the ongoing pandemic and the invasion of Ukraine being felt on a global scale with both having brought the security of supply vulnerabilities into sharp focus for many countries and consequently accelerating the desire of Canadians to source and produce locally, with greater self-reliance. […]
Canada must increase mining investment to avoid lagging behind in critical minerals production, MAC report says.
‘If we don’t figure out how we get more mines into production, it will all be for naught’
Panama is sitting on massive reserves of copper and other minerals crucial to the energy transition. Now it – and other Latin American nations – are wringing massive concessions from mining companies like Vancouver’s First Quantum Minerals
Economic Impacts and Drivers for the Global Energy Transition Report Highlights State of Canada’s Mining Industry
OTTAWA – Today, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) released Economic Impacts and Drivers for the Global Energy Transition, a report that provides an overview of current trends in Canada’s mining sector based on updated statistics and analysis. The latest data is showing a strong return to form with recent increased policy supports expected to ensure […]
This week on The House: An in-depth look at the issue of critical mineral development in Canada, as experts, industry proponents and the natural resources minister weigh in on how this country can take advantage of what some are calling the new gold rush.
Canada’s move to expand the investment tax credit for mining companies to align it with policies in the United States is accelerating funding talks for critical miners, company executives told Reuters.