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Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act - Annual Report 2023

May 22, 2024
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Community Survey - Your opinion is important!

April 12, 2024

We invite you to complete a quick survey, You have a chance to win a prize.  Please visit: https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/H53RPZ7.

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Come to meet us at the Nunavimmiut Futures Fair

March 12, 2024

The Nunavimmiut Futures Fair will be in Ivujivik, Puvirnituq and Kuujjuaraapik over these two weeks.Don’t miss out on this unique event to meet Canadian Royalties Inc. and learn about professional opportunities! 

 

 

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Job title Location Deadline date
CO24-03 Concentrator Operator Nunavik (Fly in/Fly out) 2024-06-30
MM24-05 Mobile Maintenance Supervisor Nunavik (Fly in/Fly out) 2024-06-30
IN24-02 Site Project Engineer / Construction Nunavik (Fly in/Fly out) 2024-06-30
RH24-01 Nurse in first-line care - Add your Profile to our Candidate Pool. Nunavik (Fly in/Fly out) 2024-06-30
CO24-02 Metallurgist Nunavik (Fly in/Fly out) 2024-06-29
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At Canadian Royalties, we know that our people are one of our most valuable resources. We want to maintain and develop a spirit of collaboration.

We promote a communicative workplace so that all employees can increase their competences, grow and progress with the Company.


Sustainable development


Canadian Royalties Inc. is a metal mining company committed to occupational health & safety and environmental protection. Canadian Royalties Inc. will act in a manner that minimizes dangers, risks and impacts and will continually seek to improve its performance.

Canadian Royalties Inc. will engage the commitment and involvement of all of its employees and contractors to ensure that environmental, health and safety performance objectives are met.


Community: implication first


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The basis for Canadian Royalties Inc. (“CRI”) collaboration with the Inuit people is the Nunavik Nickel Agreement (“NNA”), an impact benefit agreement between CRI, the landholding companies from Salluit and Kangiqsujuaq, the municipality of Puvirnituq and the Makivik Corporation.

That agreement lays out in writing the foundations for CRI’s commitment to working fairly with our Inuit partners.


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