2018 – CMM Wins at the Mercuriades and Val-d’or Chamber of Commerce Business Gala

CMM’s contribution to economic development was recognized locally at the 2018 Val-d’or Chamber of Commerce Business Gala and provincially at the Mercuriades gala evening held by the Québec Federation of Chambers of Commerce.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Mercuriades 2018


2018 – Groundwater Quality Award

In June 2018, the Abitibi-Jamésie Watershed Organization (OBVAJ), the Témiscamingue Watershed Organization and the Association forestière de l’Abitibi-Témiscamingue, in collaboration with the Institute of Forest Research at UQAT, held the first-ever Regional Forum on Water in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. On the sidelines of that forum, awards were presented to bodies or organizations that distinguished themselves through their actions and commitments in support of water. CMM was presented with the Groundwater Quality Award in recognition of its commitment to analyze domestic wells.


2018 – CMM Ranks 17th Among Canada’s Most Responsible Corporate Leaders

In 2018, CMM was named one of Canada’s 40 most responsible corporate leaders by Corporate Knights magazine. The ranking recognizes sustainability leaders as regards transparency and good practices. CMM ranked 17th.


2018 – CMM Wins the OHS Grand Prize: Innovation – Large Business Category

CMM was awarded the CNESST Occupational Health and Safety Grand Prize in the “Innovation – Large Business” category at the 30th Abitibi-Témiscamingue Health and Safety Symposium held in Rouyn-Noranda on October 23 and 24, 2018. The winning project involved designing a rolling warehouse ladder with a hoist attachment to reduce the risk of falls and musculoskeletal disorders among warehouse workers. The new ladder makes employees’ work environment even safer.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Grands Prix CNESST 2018


2018 – 15 CMM Supervisors Recognized for Their OHS Efforts

The Québec Mining Association’s annual Health and Safety Symposium, held on September 18, 2018, recognized the efforts of 15 CMM supervisors and those of their teams to achieve between 50,000 and 500,000 consecutive hours without a lost-time accident.

Mine Canadian Malartic - Colloque SST 2018