The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is seeking nominations for candidates to participate in its Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) Community of Interest Advisory Panel (COI Panel).
Canadian industries are pushing back against the country’s planned January launch date of the Modern Slavery Act, intended to fight forced labour and child labour in supply chains, as mining and apparel trade groups say the government has failed to spell out the details of the law’s requirements.
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has launched a new subscription service where mining companies can self-disclose their ESG information.
The Mining Association of Canada now offers its Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) program as a subscription service. This performance system improves environmental and social practices in the mining sector. The first to sign up was Ioneer (ASX: INR), owner of the Rhyolite Ridge lithium-boron development in Nevada.
The mining business has a ways to go when it comes to including a diverse range of workers.
The recent publication of the Government of Canada’s Introduction to the Crown-Indigenous Working Group for the Potential Oil Sands Mining Effluent Regulations paper provides important information highlighting how regulations could enable the oilsands mining industry to accelerate land reclamation by working towards an important part of the solution — managing major volumes of mine water the sector […]
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.