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  • Aboriginal Affairs
  • Corporate Responsibility
  • Economic and Industry Outlook
  • Northern Development
  • Regulatory

Global Affairs Canada Consultation on the International Assistance Policy

MAC’s submission to Global Affairs Canada’s consultation on the International Assistance Policy, July 2016.

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MAC Comments on the Draft Terms of Reference for the Expert Panel on CEAA

MAC Submission to the Government of Canada on the draft Terms of Reference for the Expert Panel on the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.

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Presentation to the FPT Working Group on Adaptation and Climate Resilience

Presentation by Brendan Marshall on MAC’s Principles for Climate Change Policy Design to the FPT Working Group on Adaptation and Climate Resilience on June 3, 2016.

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CMIF Brief to the Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference 2015

Canadian Mineral Industry Federation brief to the 72nd Energy and Mines Ministers’ Conference, July 2015.

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Mining’s Message to Policymakers: Don’t Drop the Ball

Speech by Pierre Gratton, MAC’s President and CEO, to the Economic Club of Canada on May 27, 2015 in Toronto.

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MAC Tailings Management Initiatives

Presentation by Rick Meyers on the state of practice for tailings management at the CIM Convention on May 10, 2015.

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Importance of Northern Mining to Canada

Presentation by MAC’s Rick Meyers on the importance of northern mining to Canada at the PDAC Convention on March 3, 2015.

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Association Letter to the Commissioner of Lobbying

Letter to the Commissioner of Lobbying from MAC, the Railway Association of Canada, Canadian Gas Association, FPAC and the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada.

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