Should harms arise from a mining project, they need to be remedied. Dialogue is the best approach.
An artisanal miner pans for gold in Chiquitania, Bolivia. Industry and civil society share a common belief that communities must be involved in and benefit from mining projects that affect them, writes the Mining Association of Canada's Pierre Gratton. Photograph courtesy of Jean-François Gornet
OTTAWA—When it comes to the topic of a potential human rights ombudsperson, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) welcomes healthy dialogue.
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