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Community Engagement Q&A with Brent Bergeron, EVP, Corporate Affairs & Sustainability

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In our 2017 Sustainability Report, we demonstrate how our unwavering commitment to safe, responsible and sustainable mining underpins every facet of our business.

Empowering Community Youth at Cerro Negro

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Goldcorp is committed to creating sustainable and lasting value in all communities where we operate. In Perito Moreno, Argentina, near our Cerro Negro mine, we are working to enhance the skills of local youth. Together with the local municipality, we facilitate various skills-building programs for youth in the area.

Goldcorp Recognized in 2018 Enablon Excellence Awards

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We are committed to creating sustainable value in all areas of our business, and for our stakeholders, who want assurance that we are managing as well as mitigating the risks associated with our operations.

Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute Wins Coveted National Award

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Goldcorp is a proud supporter and funding partner for Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute in Oujé-Bougoumou, Quebec, in partnership with the Cree. The Institute’s travelling exhibition “Footprints: A Walk Through Generations” has been selected as the recipient of the Canadian Museums Association’s “Award of Outstanding Achievement in the Exhibition – Cultural Heritage” category.

Zooming Toward Success: Goldcorp Closes Deal With Acoustic Zoom

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We are proud to announce our US$1million investment in Acoustic Zoom, an advanced geophysics company specializing in innovative seismic solutions. Acoustic Zoom was awarded the top prize at #DisruptMining 2018, after placing as a semi-finalist in #DisruptMining 2017.

Respecting the Rights and Interests of First Nations at Borden

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A significant milestone in development of Borden Gold, Canada’s first all-electric underground mine took place on June 6, 2018, with the signing of an Impacts and Benefits Agreement (IBA) between Goldcorp and three First Nation communities including Brunswick House First Nation (BHFN)Chapleau Cree First Nation (CCFN), and Chapleau Ojibwe First Nation (COFN).

Pueblo Viejo Power Plant to Convert to Natural Gas

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Pueblo Viejo, Goldcorp’s joint venture gold mine in the Dominican Republic, has just taken a huge step towards becoming a more sustainable mine.

One of the world’s largest gold mines, Pueblo Vieja, operated by Pueblo Viejo Dominicana Corporation (PVDC), a joint venture between Barrick Gold Corporation (60%) and Goldcorp (40%), announced that it has signed a 10-year natural gas supply contract, generating key cost-savings at the operation.

Operational Excellence, Sustainable Value: Goldcorp’s 2017 Sustainability Report

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Our 2017 Sustainability Report, Operational Excellence. Sustainable Value., detailing our economic, environmental and social performance for the year has been published.

Days of Our Droplets Series: The Story of Water

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This year for World Water Day we decided to get creative and introduce you to a story about water! Days of Our Droplets combines an explanation of where water comes from and where it goes at a mine site with a story about some of the unfortunate potential consequences of poor water management that you may have heard about in the news.  We then go on to show how good water stewardship combined with innovative water-saving technology helps solve these problems in our industry.

Musselwhite’s Digital Fleet Management System Improves Safety, Communication and Productivity

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After years of relying on a manual paper-based system and radio communications to relay vital information to underground equipment operators, Ontario’s Musselwhite mine recently implemented a digital fleet management system for underground vehicle dispatch that helped improve productivity and enhanced safety.

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