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Art of mining

Snapshots of an industry, transformed

The Art of mining is PwC Canada’s annual photography contest celebrating the positive impact of the Canadian mining industry at home and abroad.

Congratulations to the 2020 Art of mining winners

Art of mining video

Celebrating five years of showcasing an evolving industry

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Art of mining, so to celebrate we’re looking back at the top photo submissions over the years and highlighting the positive impact of the program thanks to your continued support and participation.

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  • $75,000

    charitable donations

Canada is a global mining powerhouse gifted with tremendous natural resource wealth. For the past four years, PwC Canada has celebrated the Canadian mining industry through our Art of mining photography competition.

Canadian mining companies are reimagining the way they work to prepare themselves for growth in the long term. The speed of technological change is unrelenting, and people are feeling the impact—both the benefits and the challenges. This year we’d like to celebrate people at the centre of the digitally enabled mining industry.

It’s a new world that needs new skills. How are your people adapting to an increasingly digital world?

Thank you to all of the amazing organizations that participated in this year’s Art of mining.

Photo courtesy of Tugliq Energy and Raglan Mine, a Glencore Company, 2019 award recipient

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Kevin Chan

Kevin Chan

National Mining Leader, PwC Canada

Tel: +1 416 941 8321

Monica Banting

Monica Banting

Partner, Eastern Canada Mining Leader, PwC Canada

Tel: +1 416 941 8233

Maxime Guilbault

Maxime Guilbault

Quebec Mining and Metals Leader, PwC Canada

Tel: +1 514 205 5448

Mark Patterson

Mark Patterson

BC Mining Leader, PwC Canada

Tel: +1 604 806 7160

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