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History AND GOVERNANCE
1935-1983

Various mining companies operate underground mines at Malartic:  Barnat, Canadian Malartic, East Malartic, Malartic Gold Fields and Sladen.

2008

Drilling by the Osisko Mining Corporation (Osisko) defines Canadian Malartic Mine’s current surface deposit.

2008-2009

Osisko carries out consultation and permit and authorization processes.

The ore body is located directly beneath a sector in the Town of Malartic. Osisko relocates more than 150 homes in a new neighbourhood.

Osisko also builds new infrastructures : an elementary school, a day-care centre, an entertainment building, a residential and long-term care centre (CHSLD), a community centre, an adult education centre, low-cost housing and apartments.

August 2009

Mine construction begins following a Québec government Order-in-Council. Construction requires a $1-billion investment.

Summer 2010

Green Wall is built to mitigate the noise and dust that may be caused by mining operations.

May 2011

Commercial mining begins.

June 2014

Agnico Eagle Mines Limited and Yamana Gold Inc. each acquire a 50% stake in Osisko and create the Canadian Malartic Partnership.

November 2018

CMM pours the four millionth ounce of gold.

October 2019

As part of the Malartic Extension Project, open the deviation of a section of Highway 117 to motorists.

 

Partnership

In June 2014, Agnico Eagle Mines Limited and Yamana Gold Inc. each acquired a 50% stake in Osisko and formed the Canadian Malartic Partnership (Partnership) to manage and operate Canadian Malartic Mine and its projects.

AGNICO EAGLE

(NYSE : AEM, TSX : AEM)

YAMANA GOLD

(NYSE:AUY, TSX:YRI)

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

4 members from Agnico Eagle
4 members from Yamana Gold

OPERATION COMMITEE

Daniel Paré, Vice President Operations – Eastern Canada, Agnico Eagle
Yohann Bouchard, Senior Vice President Operations, Yamana Gold

CANADIAN MALARTIC MINE

Serge Blais, General Manager

 

CODE of ethics

The Partnership’s Code of Ethics sets out the fundamental guidelines governing the ethical behaviour required of all Partnership employees.

All employees of the Partnership and its affiliated entities are subject to the Code and required to sign a form certifying that they understand and agree to be bound by its provisions.

VIEW OUR CODE OF ETHICS

 

Integrity monitoring policy

The Integrity Monitoring Policy sets out how a Partnership employee or a third party can report a questionable practice or a practice that is contrary to the obligations under the Code of Ethics and the Partnership’s other policies.

View our Integrity Vigilance Policy

 

Extractive sector transparency measures act

The purpose of the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA) is to implement Canada’s international commitments to participate in the fight against corruption through the implementation of measures applicable to the extractive sector, including measures that enhance transparency and measures that impose reporting obligations with respect to payments made by entities. The measures are designed to deter and detect corruption.

View our latest ESTMA Report

Visit our DOCUMENTATION section to view our previous annual reports.