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

Partners in growth and protection.

With 455 impact and benefit agreements and counting, Canada’s mining companies work closely with Indigenous communities to create jobs and protect the environment.

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