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Mining Association of Canada says Canadian mining, oil & gas companies are making progress on corporate social responsibility in developing countries

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1 January 2012

[PDF] Recommendations of the National Roundtables on Corporate Social Responsibility and the Canadian Extractive Industry in Developing Countries: Current actions, stakeholder opinions and emerging issues

Author: Lloyd Lipsett, Michelle Hohn, & Ian Thomson, Mining Association of Canada's International Social Responsibility Committee

The following report provides information about current actions, stakeholder opinions and emerging trends related to the recommendations of the National Roundtables on Corporate Social Responsibility ("CSR") and the Canadian Extractive Industry in Developing Countries ("the Roundtables").

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19 January 2012

Corporate Social Responsibility: MAC says progress is being made [Canada]

Author: Canadian Mining Journal

The latest report from the Mining Association of Canada points toward the steady progress on corporate social responsibility made by Canadian mining, oil and gas companies in developing countries...The report was commissioned by MAC's International Social Responsibility Committee as a follow-up to the 2007 advisory group to the federal government. MAC personnel participated along with representatives of industry, investors, human rights, academics and government. Of the 27 recommendations arising from the 2007 talks, the new report indicates that 18 of them have been fully or partially implemented.

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