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Partners: With 490 impact and benefit agreements, Canada’s mining companies work closely with Indigenous communities to create jobs and protect the environment.

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Partners in growth and protection.

Together, Canadian mining companies are proportionally the largest employer of Indigenous peoples nationwide, creating opportunity and sharing successes.

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