MAC statement on the Supreme Court of Canada’s opinion on the constitutionality of the Impact Assessment Act (IAA)
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) will be working with its members to carefully analyze the opinion published today by the Supreme Court of Canada that core aspects of the IAA and regulations as they relate to “designated projects” are unconstitutional.
The Canadian government is urging striking Pacific coast dock workers who run two of the countries busiest ports to resume contract talks as a walkout, disrupting C$500 million ($376.7 million) in trade per day, entered its fifth day on Wednesday.
Pierre Gratton, president and CEO of Mining Association of Canada, shares his take on day five of the B.C. port strikes and what it means for Canada’s reputation on the global stage.
Labour disruption now in its fourth day could hike costs for shipping and consumers
Groups representing Canadian businesses want the federal government to intervene in the strike
A strike by dockworkers on Canada’s west coast stretched into a fourth day, causing business groups to warn of a growing risk to the country’s economy and reputation.
The strike by workers at some of British Columbia’s busiest ports continued into its fourth day on Tuesday, prompting growing apprehension from the Mining Association of Canada (MAC).
Association calls on federal government to end strike
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. […]