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Responsible-Mining

Our vision is to create sustainable, enduring value for our communities: value that lasts beyond the operating life of our mines. We value our stakeholder relationships and adopt an approach that is based on mutual benefit, open dialogue, trust and the respect of human rights and the rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Community Engagement

Our strategy is to seek and develop partnerships with all local communities. We are committed to building open and trusting relationships with our stakeholders. Our engagement takes various forms, tailored to the stakeholder and situation. It ranges from providing information to consultation and shared decision-making.

Our 2015 Sustainability Report outlines our approach to stakeholder engagement and addressing stakeholder concerns.

Indigenous Rights and Engagement

Four of our Canadian-based operations (Red Lake, Musselwhite, Porcupine and Éléonore) and two of our projects (Coffee and Borden) are in or adjacent to Indigenous Peoples’ territories.

We are committed to meeting or exceeding mandatory consultation requirements and working in collaboration with all stakeholders who have an interest in our projects and operations. In particular, we collaborate with stakeholders and assist in the creation of employment and business opportunities for local Indigenous communities, with sensitivity and support for their social and cultural practices.

As a member of the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM), we support the ICMM Position Statement on Mining and Indigenous Peoples, which was updated in 2013 and came into effect in 2015. The Position Statement outlines the ICMM’s view of Free, Prior, Informed Consent (FPIC) and commits member companies to putting this into practice.

Visit our 2015 Sustainability Report to learn more.