Deficit-plagued governments can thank the Canadian mining industry for taking some of the sting out of their mounting fiscal problems, said the Mining Association of Canada (MAC).
What does MAC stand for?
MAC stands for Mining Association of Canada (l'Association Minière du Canada)
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- Milk and Cookies
- Milwaukee Athletic Club (Milwaukee, WI)
- Mine Action Center
- Mine-Awareness Campaign
- Mineral Area College (Park Hills, MO)
- Mineralogical Association of Canada (Association Minéralogique du Canada)
- Mines Action Canada
- Minimal Antibiotic Concentration
- Minimum Alveolar Concentration (measure of potency for anesthetics)
- Minimum Annual Commitment
- Minister’s Approval Certificate (UK)
- Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives
- Minneola Alliance Church (Minneola, FL)
- Minnesota Annual Conference
- Minnesota Autosports Club (est. 1970)
- Mission Assignment Coordinator
- Mission Assurance Category
- Mississauga Arts Council
- Mississippi Association of Cooperatives
- Missouri Arts Council (St Louis, MO)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mining Association of Canada, 2009, Facts and figures: A report on the state of the Canadian mining industry (43 p.
The trout lethality test requirement also concerns mining companies, says Elizabeth Gardiner, vice president of technical affairs for the Mining Association of Canada, because the industry hasn't found a way to consistently identify what in a given batch of effluent might cause the lethality test to fail.
Canada has the ingredients for world leadership in the mining industry, insists Pierre Gratton of The Mining Association of Canada.
Mine development times have to improve and more workers must be recruited in order for the province, and the country to take advantage of the $130 billion worth of investment expected to take place across Canada in the next five years, according to the president and CEO of the Mining Association of Canada (MAC).