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The Value in Indigenous Relationships

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) and Millani Inc. have been working together for the last several years to cultivate increased dialogue between mining companies and institutional investors, with the aim of aligning issuers’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosures with the evolving expectations of investors.

This discussion paper is the result of the most recent roundtable that took place in June 2021, which brought together representatives from Indigenous communities, institutional investors, and MAC members. Participants discussed ways for corporate issuers to successfully engage in long-term, meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities and how investors can appropriately assess and value these relationships.

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