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Goldcorp and FLSmidth Win Mining Award for EcoTails

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Goldcorp and FLSmidth have been recognized for their co-development of EcoTailsTM, as the joint winners of the Mining Magazine Editor’s Award 2017, an award given annually to celebrate outstanding new technologies, inno

After the Gold: Decommissioning and the Cyanide Code

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The International Cyanide Management Code issued the following press release on December 21, 2017. Goldcorp is proud to be an ICMC member

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The International Cyanide Management Code issued the following press release on December 21, 2017. Goldcorp is proud to be an ICMC member

Five Digital Trends Shaping the Future of Mining

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Goldcorp’s #DisruptMining event in March will generate new ideas for innovative technologies that could fundamentally transform the mining sector. With asset productivity as a major issue facing the mining industry today, companies are looking to digital technology to reduce costs, drive productivity and enhance financial performance.

Mining Supercluster’s CLEER Project Shortlisted for $950 Million Funding

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Goldcorp is amongst the industry’s leaders in our approach to innovation and responsibility at every stage of the mining cycle and our involvement in the Innovation Superclusters Initiative provides an additional collaborative opportunity to support the industry’s transformation.

Porcupine Gold Mines Reduces Fresh Water Use from Porcupine Lake to Almost Zero

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As one of the oldest operating mines in Canada, Porcupine Gold Mines (PGM) has been an integral part of the Timmins, Ontario community since 1910. Part of its community commitment includes placing a high priority on water conservation and preservation to reduce its environmental impact.

In recent years, PGM has dramatically reduced its reliance on fresh water from nearby Porcupine Lake, taking important steps forward to reuse process water and help Goldcorp realize its Toward Zero Water vision.

An Old Industry Reinvented by Technological Upheaval

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Until relatively recently, the mining industry has been slow to innovate. Now, virtually every area of mining is undergoing a technological upheaval. At the forefront of this transformation in mining are disruptive technologies – ground-breaking concepts that challenge traditional and accepted practices and are shaking up the industry.

Teamwork and Skill on Display: A Point of Pride

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In 2016, we sponsored and participated in the tenth annual International Mines Rescue Competition in Sudbury, Ontario. The well-attended competition is a global event focused on improving mine rescue knowledge and safety practices, as well as providing an opportunity for participants to demonstrate their abilities and commitment to excellence in mine safety. There were 27 mine rescue teams, representing 13 nations, competing in a number of events including an underground scenario, firefighting exercises, first aid and a high angle rope rescue.

Engaging Hearts and Minds in Our People – Safe Enough for Our Families

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In our 2016 Sustainability Report, “Safe Enough for Our Families” is the phrase that captures one of our core values, guides our efforts and and supports the safety and health of our people at work, at home and in their communities. Working safely remains the top priority at Goldcorp –it is one of our core values, along with , responsibility and productivity, which are upheld by every employee.  Todd White, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President, shares his thoughts on our sustainability and safety performance in 2016.

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In our 2016 Sustainability Report, “Safe Enough for Our Families” is the phrase that captures one of our core values, guides our efforts and and supports the safety and health of our people at work, at home and in their communities. Working safely remains the top priority at Goldcorp –it is one of our core values, along with , responsibility and productivity, which are upheld by every employee.  Todd White, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President, shares his thoughts on our sustainability and safety performance in 2016.

Building Mining Leaders of Tomorrow

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We believe in supporting programs that encourage youth to pursue careers in mining and to create long-term socio-economic benefits in the communities where we operate.

This past summer, our Éléonore mine in Northern Québec welcomed several new faces to its workforce with its Summer Student Employment Program (SSEP).

Creating a Diverse, Inclusive Workforce that Helps Our People Reach Their Full Potential

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In our recently published 2016 Sustainability Report, we acknowledge that people are our core strength at Goldcorp. More than any other factor, our success depends on their capabilities and commitment. We are a diverse organization, with our employees self-identifying with over 80 different nationalities, speaking approximately 20 different languages, yet we share a common set of corporate values based on safety, responsibility and productivity.

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