- Towards Sustainable Mining
The Mining Association of Canada’s Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) standard is a globally recognized sustainability program that supports mining companies in managing key environmental and social risks.
- Canada Action
Canada Action is a grassroots organization that encourages Canadians to work together to take action in support of our vital natural resource sectors and the communities and families they support.
- Alberta Energy Regulator
Learn about the AER and how it ensures the safe, efficient, orderly, and environmentally responsible development of Alberta’s resources over their entire life cycle. This includes allocating and conserving water resources, managing public lands, and protecting the environment while providing economic benefits for all Albertans.
- Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
Learn about the purpose and steps of impact assessments under the Impact Assessment Act and how the public can participate.
- Natural Resources Canada – Minerals and Mining
Discover why Canada is a world leader in mining, including details on the broad benefits of mining to society and how mining contributes to the economies of developing countries.
- University of Alberta
Learn about metallurgical coal in Alberta.
- National Coalition of Chiefs
Learn about why the National Coalition of Chiefs supports metallurgical coal projects in Alberta.
- Alberta Water Portal Society – How Water is Governed
Learn how water is governed in the province of Alberta.
- Alberta Water Portal Society – How Water is Governed: Water Licenses, Transfers, and Allocation
Learn about water licenses and how they are managed in Alberta.
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7 Reasons Why Canada Is a Global Mining Leader
Steelmaking Coal in Canada and the Low-Carbon Future
Jerry Asp – From Affluence To Poverty To Affluence:
The Story Of The Tahltan Nation
Dr. Lisa Kirk and Dr. Brent Peyton – 2021 KEG Lecture Series – Selenium Management
CSCC – October 26th Meeting – CEOs of Crowsnest Pass coal exploration companies answer Albertans’ big questions