COI Panel Call for Nominations for Vacant Environment Seat – 2020

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is seeking nominations for candidates to participate in its Towards Sustainable Mining Community of Interest Advisory Panel.

The Community of Interest Advisory Panel, established in 2004 by the MAC Board of Directors, advises MAC  on the design and implementation of the TSM program and serves as an important forum for dialogue between MAC and its communities of interest in Canada.

The Panel comprises 12‐15 respected individuals who are external to the mining industry and represent key communities of interest. Representatives from MAC’s Board of Directors and a representative of the Prospectors

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