Management

Committing to the North

Herb Mathisen

Using Agnico Eagle’s successes in Nunavut as an example, CEO Sean Boyd calls on the federal government to deliver long-term, consistent investment in the North, even if the payoff won’t be immediately apparent.

Change leadership

Roy Slack, CIM President

We can resist change and not grow, or we can experience some vulnerability and growth. 

A new work ethic

Kelsey Rolfe

Shastri Ramnath and Ashley Kirwan are building the mining firm of the future by creating an inclusive culture and choosing not to work with “problematic people”

Essential skills

Sara King-Abadi

For young Indigenous People like Steven Thomas, MiHR’s Mining Essentials program provides the boost necessary for a career in the mining industry

Creating competence

Anne Johnson of Queen’s University argues that teaching intercultural competence to young engineers will improve communication with local communities

On the frontline of the push for gender equity in mining

Over a decades-long career, Barbara Caelles advocated for gender equity and developed strong networks for women in British Columbia’s mining industry. Part of our We Are Mining series