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Stories- Drill Site Inspection – Miyuu Kaa Orbit-Garant@2x
The drill sites are tidy on the Windfall Project. Shown here is a Muyuu Kaa Orbit-Garant working site.

CANADA’S BIGGEST DRILLING PROGRAM OUR PASSION FOR EXPLORATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT

#Environment

Post date: June 18, 2020

Windfall is one of the biggest exploration programs on the planet. The Environmental team invests passion and energy into environmental protection, working jointly with the Geology, Mining, Drilling and Camp Maintenance departments.  Particular attention is paid to drilling activities, from planning to demobilization of the drill rig. The Geology Planning…

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Stories – Monitoring Committee@2x
The Windfall Environmental Monitoring Committee members visit the water treatment unit, July 2019.

WINDFALL ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING COMMITTEE – MEANINGFULLY ENGAGING A FIRST NATION COMMUNITY

#Community#Environment

Post date: June 18, 2020

Consultation with the Cree First Nation of Waswanipi began in 2015. In July 2019, with the goal of continuing to achieve meaningful and transparent dialogue, the Cree First Nation of Waswanipi and Osisko Mining formed the Windfall Environmental Monitoring Committee. This committee meets monthly and includes a family representative from…

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Society_FN Women@2x
Windfall Project provides a welcoming environment to First Nations women.

A REFLECTION ON THE NATIONAL INQUIRY INTO MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS

#Community#Environment#Workforce

Post date: June 18, 2020

In June 2019, the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) published their final report. The report included a “Deeper Dive into Resource Extraction projects” and also outlined “Calls for Justice for Extractive and Development Industries”. As a mining exploration company working on the traditional territory of…

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Workforce – Harry Grant@2x
Harry Grant, Water Treatment Operator, is happy to explain his role in the Windfall Project to local entrepreneurs, July 2019.

REMOVING UNNECESSARY BARRIERS FOR MORE INCLUSION – WATER TREATMENT OPERATORS

#Community#Environment#Workforce

Post date: June 18, 2020

Our culture is shaped by innovative thinking and practices that redefine the way we manage our activities. We constantly question our way of doing things. This led us to review our selection criteria when hiring new operators for the water treatment unit. Removing unnecessary barriers – such as a high…

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