Panama’s Mining Association Adopts Towards Sustainable Mining
Panama City (Panama) – Cámara Minera de Panamá (CAMIPA), Panama’s national mining chamber, has announced its adoption of Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM), a made-in-Canada corporate social responsibility performance system that improves environmental and social practices in the mining sector. As a result, CAMIPA and its affiliated companies will adopt a set of indicators that will allow […]
Mexico’s mining association signs onto MAC’s Towards Sustainable Mining
Cámara Minera de México (Camimex), the Mexican equivalent of the Mining Association of Canada (MAC), is adopting MAC’s Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) initiative. An official signing ceremony between the two took place this week at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) convention in Toronto.
Mexico’s Mining Chamber Adopts Towards Sustainable Mining
Toronto – Cámara Minera de México (CAMIMEX), Mexico’s national mining chamber, has announced its adoption of Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM), a made-in-Canada corporate social responsibility performance system that improves environmental and social practices in the mining sector. The official TSM signing, which took place at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada’s annual convention, the world’s […]
Canada’s new foreign investment scrutiny a risk for M&A in key sectors
Canadian financial dealmakers are raising the alarm about Ottawa’s proposal to more closely scrutinize national security implications of foreign acquisitions of Canadian companies, warning that such interventions could deter foreign investments and slow impending deals in critical sectors.
Plaudits for federal critical minerals strategy
Should a new Canadian lithium or cobalt mine get fast-tracked under Canada’s new critical minerals strategy, what’s to stop the mine owners from selling these key battery minerals to battery makers in China?
Canada considering if critical mineral exports to China should be limited: Wilkinson
Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson said the new critical minerals strategy published Friday doesn’t specifically bar Canadian mines from exporting critical minerals and metals to countries like China.
Forced sale of strategic mineral interests necessary to boost Canada’s security: experts
The move by the federal government to force Chinese companies to sell their investments in three critical mineral companies is being called a meaningful and necessary escalation of Canada’s defensive posturing on strategic assets.
Mining sector could benefit from US green
U.S. new green energy legislation could be a boon for Canadian mining sector says Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing MP.
New Poll Shows Unprecedented Support for Canada’s Mining Sector and its Role in Contributing to the Tech Essential to Net-Zero
Ottawa – Today, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is releasing a new national poll that finds high levels of support for Canadian mining and increased understanding on the role Canada’s mining industry must play in producing the green technologies essential to a low carbon future. For the past 12 years, MAC has worked with Abacus […]
Annual Report 2021
A year in review of MAC activities and achievements.