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The Canadian Mining Story: Economic Impacts and Drivers for the Global Energy Transition

Minerals and metals are the building blocks of our economy. They make up the computers and smartphones we rely on, they form the vehicles and public transit that get us places, they are part of the buildings where we live and work, and they will be the backbone of the green technologies of the future. This report examines the Canadian mining industry through its connections to the broader Canadian economy, through its activities, through the people of mining, the environment, and through Canada’s connections to the rest of the world.

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Shirley Neault

As Hudbay Minerals Inc.’s Manager of Environment and Systems, Shirley Neault plays a lead role in the Mining Association of Canada’s Towards Sustainable Mining program focused on sustainable mining practices....

Deanna Clarke

Deanna Clarke, a heavy equipment operator at Gahcho Kue mine, a joint venture between De Beers Canada and Mountain Province Diamonds, plays a significant role in the mining sector in...

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