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Corporate Responsibility

Contributing to Communities

We are committed to giving back to the communities where we work and operate.  We provided approximately $400,000 in corporate donations in 2019 to promote education, health, diversity and local communities, and approximately $270,000 in 2020.

 


CANADIAN MINERAL INDUSTRY EDUCATION FOUNDATION (“CMIEF”)

The CMIEF is proud to support the Canadian mineral industry since 1964. The Foundation is the largest provider of university scholarships to those entering the mining industry in Canada. Since 1992, Canadian Mining Hall of Fame 2010 inductee Graham Farquharson, a distinguished lecturer and a pioneering advocate of policies to ensure that mining benefits flow to indigenous peoples, was the Chairman of the CMIEF.

In 2018, Osisko, a leading donor of the foundation, was honored to perpetuate the CMIEF’s mission and to assume the responsibility of managing the foundation’s activities.

The CMIEF is currently supporting approximately 170 university students across Canada. Financial support for the foundation comes from several Canadian mining companies committed to ensuring that students are aware of, and will be attracted to, the possibilities for rewarding careers in the mining industry. Osisko personnel manage the applications process and resulting scholarships. In 2020, the gender split of applicants and recipients was ~70% male and 30% female. We are extremely proud to be promoting the mining industry to a new generation and specifically increasing the amount of women entering the mining sector.


FONDS RESTOR-ACTION NUNAVIK

The Fonds Restor-Action Nunavik (“FRAN”) consists of 30 mineral exploration companies operating throughout Québec and whose common goal is the cleaning and rehabilitation of abandoned mining sites in partnership with governments, Inuit and Firsts Nations. Osisko has been involved in the FRAN since its creation. The new generation of mining and exploration companies want to demonstrate that not only do they have more stringent environmental management practices and social responsibility but that they are also capable of taking concrete steps to carry out the rehabilitation of priority sites and ensure compliance with environmental standards established for ongoing and future activities.

Fore more information:

Reports

2020
Rehabilitation of Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik. 2019-2020 Activity Report

2019
Rehabilitation of Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik. 2018-2019 Activity Report

2018
Rehabilitation of Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik. 2017-2018 Activity Report

2017
Rehabilitation of Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik. 2016-2017 Activity Report

2016
Rehabilitation of Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik. 2015-2016 Activity Report

2015
Rehabilitation of Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik. 2014-2015 Activity Report

2014
Nunavik abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites Rehabilitation Project. 2013-2014 Activity Report

2013
Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites Rehabilitation Project. 2012-2013 Activity Report

2012
Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik Rehabilitation Project. 2005-2012 Summary Report and Update of the General Response Plan

General Response Plan 2012-2017 for the rehabilitation of abandoned mineral exploration sites in Nunavik

2010
Summary Report on the Rehabilitation Work at the 18 ‘’Major’’ Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik Carried Out During the Summer of 2010 and Update of the General Response Plan

2009
Summary Report on the Rehabilitation Work at the 18 ‘’Major’’ Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik Carried Out During the Summer of 2009 and Update of the General Response Plan

2008
General Response Plan 2008-2012 for the rehabilitation of 18 “major” mineral exploration sites in Nunavik

Summary Report on Rehabilitation Work at the 18 ‘’Major’’ Abandoned Mineral Exploration Sites in Nunavik Carried Out in the Summer of 2008 and Update of the General Response Plan

2007
Update on the Information contained in the Assessment and Prioritization of Abandoned Mining Exploration Sites in Nunavik: Final Report on a Two-Year Project (2001–2002) and Report on the Clean-up Activities Carried Out in the Summer of 2007

Assessment and remediation of abandoned mining exploration sites in Nunavik/Progress Report for year 2006-2007 of the project

2006
Assessment and remediation of abandonned mining exploration sites in Nunavik/Progress Report for year 2005-2006 of the project

2005
Assessment and remediation of abandoned mining exploration sites in Nunavik/Progress Report

2003
Assessment and prioritization of abandoned mining exploration sites in Nunavik/Final report on a two-year project (2001-2002)