Brucejack is one of the highest-grade operating gold mines in the world.
Newmont’s Cripple Creek & Victor mine (CC&V) is located in Teller County, Colorado, southwest of Pikes Peak. CC&V was formed in 1976 as an operating company for mining.
Éléonore is a world-class, state-of-the-art facility that is among the largest gold mines in Quebec. It is located in Eeyou Istchee/James Bay.
Musselwhite is a fly-in, fly-out operation located approximately 500 km north of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. Its ore is mined from two main zones below Opapimiskan Lake.
Prior to the joint venture, Newmont had been pouring gold in Nevada for over 50 years along a 100-mile corridor in the northern part of the state.
Located in and around the City of Timmins, the Porcupine district has produced more than 68 million ounces since 1910.
Red Chris is in the Golden Triangle of British Columbia.
Newmont strives to build trust with stakeholders through proactive, transparent and inclusive engagement as well as develop and maintain long-term relationships based on trust and integrity with host communities. As a company, we are required to be transparent about our achievements and challenges. We publish an annual sustainability report which aligns with our values of safety, integrity, sustainability, inclusion and responsibility.
Éléonore promotes a diverse workforce, with one quarter identifying as First Nations people. Newmont’s agreement with the Cree Nation of Wemindji, the Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee) and the Cree Nation Government (formerly the Cree Regional Authority) includes provisions for training and employment, developing business opportunities and promoting education.
Newmont's agreement with the Cree Nation of Wemindji, the Grand Council of the Crees (Eeyou Istchee) and the Cree Nation Government (formerly the Cree Regional Authority) includes provisions for training and employment, developing business opportunities and promoting education.
Musselwhite has a formal agreement with First Nation communities and councils in the vicinity of the mine: North Caribou Lake First Nation, Cat Lake First Nation, Kingfisher Lake First Nation, Wunnumin Lake First Nation, Shibogama First Nations Council and Windigo First Nations Council. In addition to revenue sharing, the agreement includes targets for employment, training and business development opportunities. Musselwhite also has a cooperation agreement with the Mishkeegogamang First Nation.
Porcupine has formal collaboration agreements with the First Nations that assert Aboriginal and treaty rights in and around the district: Mattagami, Wahgoshig, Matachewan and Flying Post First Nations. Niiwin, a business owned in equal parts by each of the four First Nations, was officially launched in October of 2016, offering ore haul, cleaning and earthworks services for reclamation work at Porcupine.
Cripple Creek & Victor (CC&V) is directly involved in organizations, events and agencies representing our community, including being a major sponsor of the Pikes Peak Regional Hospital and upgrading the City of Victor water delivery system and city streets. CC&V’s donation program intends to support and contribute to the communities where we live, play and work, and to provide visibility for CC&V, our operations and our employees. For more information, please see the Community Investment Program Guidelines. To apply for funding through Newmont’s Community Investment Program, please complete the Community Investment Application. For questions or to submit a completed application, please contact #email@example.com
Newmont’s sites, facilities and projects are subject to federal and international environmental regulations. Newmont has a staff of environmental professionals and technicians to manage these regulations appropriately and carry out the Company’s standards of environmental stewardship. We use best practices to manage stormwater, prevent pollution and protect wildlife. Careful monitoring of air, water quality and quantity, and wildlife populations and habitat are vital to protecting these resources. Our monitoring reports are routinely and regularly submitted to various regulatory agencies.
In 2022, Newmont completed a $120 million investment in a new state-of-the-art water treatment plant at our Porcupine operations. The plant has among the lowest effluent discharge limits in the mining industry.
Concurrent reclamation is practiced throughout the mine life to revegetate and stabilize disturbed areas as soon as possible to provide habitat for wildlife and avoid erosion. To do this, planning for closure must start at the development stages of all projects. For example, in Porcupine, the district includes dozens of historic mine properties undergoing reclamation so the local communities can use the land productively. Tailings facilities and mine openings are also being rehabilitated, and historic infrastructure is being demolished.