At our Greens Creek mine, we established the Greens Creek Community Advisory Committee (CAG), a collaborative effort with our local stakeholders to ensure that input from the community is considered in the environmental and social aspects of the mine’s planning and operations. The group is comprised of seven or more representative members from stakeholder constituencies
including the Alaska Native community, municipal government, private sector, educational and academic institutions, local environmental community, and humanitarian/charitable organizations.
The Casa Berardi Mine Liaison Committee was created to facilitate communication with our local stakeholders and partners. The Committee seeks their input and participation in operational activities. The Committee is comprised of nine members from stakeholder groups including residents
of Abitibi-Ouest and Nord-du-Quebec, municipal officials, the First Nations/Aboriginal Community (Pikogan), social and environmental organizations, and representatives of educational and training organizations.
At Casa Berardi, we participate in the Mining Association of Canada’s Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) initiative, a globally recognized sustainability program that helps provide local stakeholders with essential information about how mining companies are managing key environmental and social areas.