Are readings from seismographs located in the town taken by employees of an external firm or by Mine employees?
Environment Department employees take seismograph readings in accordance with a well-established procedure. The seismographs are checked and calibrated once a year by an external firm.
Overpressure is startling and can be disquieting. Blasting air overpressure ranging from 100 to 120 dB has the same impact as 5- to 16-km/hr. winds. Air overpressure of 128 dB, the set maximum standard, has the same impact as 25-km/hr. winds and poses no risk to physical well-being. Air overpressure in excess of 150 dB generally breaks windows. We conduct studies on some town buildings (homes fitted with instruments) to ensure that blasting operations have no impact on buildings.
Please contact our Community Relations Advisors with your complaint or concerns. This enables the Canadian Malartic Mine team to thoroughly understand the nature of your complaint, respond quickly and conduct a thorough follow-up.
Community Relations Advisors
819 757-2225, ext. 3425
We also invite you to check the Follow-ups and Compliance tab.
One of the best ways to find out about Canadian Malartic Mine’s activities is to contact our Community Relations Office, at 650 Royale Street in Malartic. You’ll find the opening hours and complete contact information in the Contact Us section of this website.
The Compensation Program registration period stipulated in the Good Neighbour Guide is early in the year for the 12-month period of the preceding year. For example, the registration period for the January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 compensation period ran from January 8, 2018 to April 3, 2018.
The temporary noise screen reduces construction work noise for citizens living near the Malartic Extension Project.
No, the 4-km-long deviation will lengthen the current layout by 365 metres. It will enter the town, at the corner of Royale Street and Champlain Avenue.
A rental application form must be completed. It is available at the Community Relations Office, at 650 Royale Street in Malartic.
Go to our Careers site at http://emplois.canadianmalartic.com to view all current job openings and apply. You can also submit a spontaneous job application online.
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Community Relations Team
Tel: 819.757.2225 #3425
Note that a confidential and toll-free telephone line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You may also communicate your concerns to the representative.
100, Chemin du Lac Mourier
Malartic, QC J0Y 1Z0
Mon. - Fri. 8:00 am – 5:00 pm