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CAMA Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association

Moving Forward Together! The Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association (CAMA) continues to evolve as the needs of our delegates, followers, supporters and friends change. Many Communities continue to be empowered as they demonstrate innovative responses to resource development while being active stewards of their lands and resources. Over the years, we have seen communities grow stronger by

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Welcome

The Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association (CAMA) continues to evolve as the needs of

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About US

"Advocating an equitable participation in Aboriginal community, land and resource

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2018 Supporters

The Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association (CAMA) was founded and incorporated in

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Media Links

Canadian Mining Journal| January 2016| Environment: Mother Nature can't take it

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Contact Us

Contact Us CAMA Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association

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Documents

#CAMA2018 Draft Indigenous Environmental Leadership and Partnership Proposal

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Conference

The Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association has been on instrument for positive change

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Exhibitors

Over 500 corporate- and community leaders, environmental-, financial-, legal- and mining

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Meet The President

Hans Matthews, the President of CAMA! Hans is Anishnawbek from the Wahnapitae First

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Indigenous Affairs The Mining Association of Canada

The mining industry is continuing to build strong, progressive relationships with First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities across Canada through engagement, collaboration and the development of mutually-beneficial partnerships. Across the industry, significant progress has been made in the realm of Indigenous participation in the sector. An estimated 490 agreements were signed between

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Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association, 395 Loonway Road

The Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association has been on instrument for positive change in Aboriginal community and mineral company relations. The transition has move from protests and litigation decades ago to communication and negotiation, where today there are nearly 400 benefit sharing and joint management agreements among community and

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Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association Conference

Dec 15, 2014· The 22 nd Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association (CAMA) conference took place in Toronto from November 16-18, 2014. CAMA is an Aboriginal, non-profit organization that seeks to increase the understanding of the minerals industry, Aboriginal mining and Aboriginal communities’ paramount interests in lands and resources.

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Aboriginal and Community Outreach Protocol The Mining

The voice oF the Canadian Mining Industry Since 1935. Menu. Our Focus. Critical Minerals; Regulatory Effectiveness; Home > Aboriginal and Community Outreach Protocol. Aboriginal and Community Outreach Protocol. February 19, 2019 Mining Association of Canada. 1100-275 Slater Street. Ottawa, ON K1P 5H9. 613.233.9392 ext 316.

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Indigenous Affairs The Mining Association of Canada

The mining industry is continuing to build strong, progressive relationships with First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities across Canada through engagement, collaboration and the development of mutually-beneficial partnerships. Across the industry, significant progress has been made in the realm of Indigenous participation in the sector. An estimated 490 agreements were signed between

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Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association, 395 Loonway Road

The Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association has been on instrument for positive change in Aboriginal community and mineral company relations. The transition has move from protests and litigation decades ago to communication and negotiation, where today there are nearly 400 benefit sharing and joint management agreements among community and

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Documents Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association

Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association, 395 Loonway Road, Capreol, ON, P0M 1H0

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Aboriginal and Community Outreach Protocol The Mining

The voice oF the Canadian Mining Industry Since 1935. Menu. Our Focus. Critical Minerals; Regulatory Effectiveness; Home > Aboriginal and Community Outreach Protocol. Aboriginal and Community Outreach Protocol. February 19, 2019 Mining Association of Canada. 1100-275 Slater Street. Ottawa, ON K1P 5H9. 613.233.9392 ext 316.

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Engagement Session at the Canadian Aboriginal Mining

Engagement Session at the Canadian Aboriginal Mining Association Conference November 2017 Toronto, Ontario Approximately 100 attendees at the Canadian Aboriginal Mining Association Conference engaged in roundtable discussions on the Canadian Minerals

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Aboriginal Issues Topics Canadian Mining Journal

Aug 20, 2020· Aboriginal Issues . News Aboriginal August 20, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal . OTTAWA Canada’s national association for miners, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC), is weighing in on the federal government’s

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Aboriginals and mining companies unite Mining & Energy

From November 6 to 8, 2011, mining companies and aboriginal communities will come together in Vancouver, B.C., for the Canadian Aboriginal Mineral Association’s (CAMA) 19th annual conference. This year’s theme, Meeting Minds, Making Mines, is a perfect summary of the goals of the association.

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Mining and Indigenous Peoples. Our Future. The Mining

Speech by Pierre Gratton, MAC’s President and CEO, at the 23rd Annual Conference of the Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association on November 23, 2015 in Vancouver.

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Mining and Indigenous peoples Canadian Mining Journal

Jan 01, 2016· *Pierre Gratton is President and CEO of the Mining Association of Canada. This article is based on portions of a speech Mr. Gratton gave at the recent Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association’s 23rd Annual Conference in Vancouver. For a

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Home The Mining Association of Canada

Since 1935, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has been the national voice of the Canadian mining industry. Working alongside our members, MAC promotes the industry nationally and internationally, works with governments on policies affecting the sector and educates the public on the value mining brings to the economy and the daily life of Canadians.

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Indigenous Participation in Mining Information Products

Mining Essentials: Training for Aboriginal Peoples provides an overview of the vast career choices and opportunities, and provides practical information aimed at attracting Aboriginal men, women and youth to seek rewarding careers in the mining industry.

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CONFERENCE: Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association

Nov 03, 2015· VANCOUVER The Canadian Aboriginal Mineral Association is holding its 23rd annual conference on Nov. 22-24, 2015, at the Westin Bayshore in this city. The goal is to increase the minerals industry’s awareness of aboriginal interests in lands and resources. In some areas in Canada, aboriginal communities assert and have title while elsewhere they maintain a residual and ongoing

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Media Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association

Canadian Mining Journal| January 2018| Cama celebrates 25 years: An interview with Hans Matthews of the Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association; Canada: Aboriginal Water Rights, Mining—And The Law & Order Theme Song| November 29 2017| by Sharon Singh. Canadian Mining Journal| January 2017| Indigenous community deserves our RESPECT by Marilyn

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Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association Conference

The 22 nd Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association (CAMA) conference took place in Toronto from November 16-18, 2014. CAMA is an Aboriginal, non-profit organization that seeks to increase the understanding of the minerals industry, Aboriginal mining and Aboriginal communities' paramount interests in lands and resources.

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