Objective: To interact with communities, indigenous people, organizations, groups and individuals on the basis of respect, inclusion and meaningful participation.
Developing and maintaining a positive, mutually beneficial relationship with local communities, indigenous and tribal peoples and other parties in the area of influence of an exploration project (here generically referred to as stakeholders) based on respect, transparency, consultation and participation is fundamental to obtaining the social license that underpins the success of an exploration project. Experience has shown that, if there is active engagement with stakeholders from the earliest stage of exploration and greater accommodation of local concerns and community participation in decision making, there is a concomitant decrease in the risk of social conflict.
Minfocus booth at Red Rock First Nation Pow Wow, July 21-22, 2012.
Red Rock First Nation Pow Wow – July 21-22, 2012
Whitesand Youth Presentation – July 2012
- Technical Report:
- Minfocus Confirms Significant Zinc Mineralization from Initial 2015 Program at the Coral Zinc Project in British Columbia
- Minfocus Announces Closing of First Tranche of Private Placement Financing, Initiation of 2015 Exploration Program at Coral Zinc Project in British Columbia and Extension of Seagull Option Agreement to September 2016 at Nipigon Reefs PGE Project
- Minfocus Options Coral Zinc Project in British Columbia Containing a Large Untested Zinc Geochemical Anomaly With Nearby Historic Drilling and Trenching Results