- We developed a new Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Strategy focused on three core pillars: Sustainable Stakeholder Engagement, Human Rights and Sustainable Economic Benefits.
- Red Lake Gold Mines signed an agreement with the Wabauskang First Nation, formalizing a partnership that was more than four years in the making.
- We updated our Human Rights Policy and, in early 2016, became a signatory to the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.
Aboriginal Youth Graduate with Skills for Success at Musselwhite Mine
Cerro Negro Contribution Gives Local Hospital a New Lease on Life
We spent approximately $27 million in community investments, donations, sponsorships and infrastructure investments.
100% of our operations have stakeholder identification maps to help identify with whom we should engage on specific issues.
76% of employees were drawn locally and regionally, with only 2% recruited internationally.
100% of our security personnel in Latin America were trained on Human Rights.