Aboriginal Participation in Mining
Natural Resources Canada’s Minerals and Metals Sector develops and distributes a number of information products on Aboriginal participation in exploration and mining.
Information Bulletin on Aboriginal Participation in Mining – An information bulletin focusing on the main topics related to Aboriginal peoples and communities' involvement in the minerals and metals sector, including employment, business and economic opportunities, and environmental practices.
Exploration and Mining Guide for Aboriginal Communities – A comprehensive guide on the mining sequence, this tool provides basic explanations of activities from early exploration through to mine closure, including regulatory processes, potential impacts and opportunities, and examples of successful Aboriginal community experiences and partnerships with the mining industry.
Our Community . . . Our Future: Mining and Aboriginal Communities – An information video explaining the mining sequence in six modules, from geological mapping and early exploration through to mine closure and site reclamation.
Aboriginal Agreements Map – Aboriginal-mining industry relationships have evolved tremendously through the conclusion of various types of agreements that have proven to be successful in securing benefits for Aboriginal communities. The map displays the agreements geographically by province and territory.
Mining Industry Human Resources Council – A comprehensive guide for anyone interested in obtaining employment and developing a career in mining.
Information Bulletins on Aboriginal Participation in Mining – A series of information bulletins focusing on Aboriginal participation in exploration and mining, including highlights of leading practices in engagement between Aboriginal communities and the mining industry.
For more information on Aboriginal participation in mining activities, e-mail email@example.com, or call 613-947-6580 (613-996-4397 for the hearing impaired).
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