“The motivation of our exploration and development activities is ultimately the exploitation and transformation of a mineral resource. Starting from there, we are determined to use these activities to actively participate in the sustainable socio-economic development of the EeyouIstchee James Bay territory.

We recognize the non-renewable aspect of a mineral resource as well as the extent of human needs, present and future, to be satisfied by the various usages of this resource.

We also recognize that mining has an environmental impact, and despite the constant improvement of technologies and mining methods, such activity cannot be done without minimum risk.

In this context, we believe in mining development which takes into account sustainable development in terms of its social and economic benefits, through increased environmental and ethical responsibility and continuous improvement of practices.

For GéoMégA, sustainable development is a continuous commitment.”

Kiril Mugerman, President and CEO, director

“We are committed and responsible”
We respect our stakeholders, particularly by being transparent1 and coherent (between speech and actions). We take on the consequences of our actions.

“We are careful of the host territories environment”
We have a global vision of the ecological systems and impacted local communities.

“We are proactive and innovative”
We are taking action as early as possible to reduce emissions at source and decrease the environmental footprint. We appeal to the diversity of knowledge and creativity of our stakeholders to generate new ideas.

Transversal Axis

“Respectful of the Eeyou Istchee James Bay territory”
Sustainable development begins with the respect of traditional cultures, the integration of Montviel in the EeyouIstchee James Bay territory and the responsible use of land in fairness to future generations. Improving the quality of life of Jamesiens and Crees is a concern.

“Good Governance”
Leading and managing the company in a context of sustainable development involves making informed decisions based on a global context and a long-term vision. It is also acting with due diligence.

Environmental axis

“Environment quality and biodiversity”
A good air, soil and water quality ensure a healthy and balanced environment which in turn helps theecosystem support capacity and biodiversity preservation.

Social axis

“Health, safety and skills development”
Working conditions where safety is a top priority and where protection and improvement of the health and development of the skills of the employees is a key concern.

Economic axis

“Creating value and responsible local production“
Creating value for stakeholders must respect the environment and host territories. Future generations have the right to enjoy strong and fair economy and a healthy environment. A responsible production, environmentally and socially, further benefits the value chain.