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Accounting for all possibilities

Management and finance are often the factors that make or break mining projects, and appropriately delegates had the whole day Wednesday to discuss these wide-ranging topics. Early in the day, during the session named “Where are the hidden costs?” 

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Values investing

The mining industry has its work cut out for it, said Richard Ross, program director of Global Mining Management at York University’s School of Business. He asked his MBA class to look at the ethical and social commitments professed by mining companies: “Are any of these companies serious about the statement of values you find on their websites.” Their unanimous answer: “No”. 

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Asian delegation

Connecting the dots

The CIM Convention always draws participants from all over the world, eager to get involved with the Canadian mining community. This year, notable delegations from West Africa, France, and others were present, but there were perhaps none as large or visible as the Chinese delegation and its pavilion on the Expo! floor. 

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Jane Spooner

Attendee Spotlight

Illuminating hidden costs

Let’s face it: there is a hidden side to everything. For Jane Spooner, vice-president of Micon International Limited, this year’s Management and Finance Day – which she helped organize – was an opportunity to consider oft-ignored costs that could significantly affect operations.

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