a MONITORING committee serving the community

The Monitoring Committee (CES-CM) is a choice forum for exchanges between the Canadian Malartic Partnership (Partnership) and the community that aims to promote good neighbourliness in Malartic.

The CES-CM’s mandate is to:

  • Create a forum for dialogue and information sharing between the Partnership, individuals and groups affected by the Partnership’s activities, and ensure that everyone is represented and that they have an opportunity to express their views;
  • Develop a shared, comprehensive and nuanced understanding of the environmental, social and economic impacts and issues related to the Partnership’s activities;
  • Relay information from the CES-CM’s activities to organizations and citizens; and
  • Make recommendations to the Partnership in order to influence and enhance its practices, suggest joint solutions and maximize benefits for the community.
  • 3 to 4 citizens of Malartic (ideally from different neighbourhoods)
  • 1 citizen of Rivière-Héva (ideally from des Merles Road)
  • 2 individuals from the environmental community
  • 2 individuals from the socio-community sector
  • 1 individual from Malartic’s municipal community
  • 1 individual from the economic community
  • 1 individual from the health and social services community
  • 1 individual from the education or research community
  • 1 individual from the tourism and recreational community
  • 1 individual from Aboriginal communities
  • 1 or 2 individuals representing the Partnership
  • Where necessary, an individual representing the following government authorities:  Ministry of the Environment and the Fight against Climate Change; Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources; Ministry of Transportation, Sustainable Mobility and Transport Electrification; Public Health Branch; Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Land Use, Regional County Municipality, Municipality of Rivière-Héva.

TOTAL of 14 to 15 individuals as required.




Contact information

Cindy Brousseau

819 757-2225, extension 3423