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Anne Marie Toutant

A mining engineer from the University of Alberta, Anne Marie Toutant, one of Canada’s first female mine managers, was Vice President of Digital Mining at Suncor and a past Chair of the Mining Association of Canada. Anne Marie is a passionate mentor and is proud to have led the safe deployment of PFT extraction technology that reduces GHG emission intensity at Fort Hills.

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