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    Why aren't natural resources being better managed? Find out why we campaign for extractive transparency

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    Canadian extractive companies will soon have to publish what they pay, find out more about mandatory disclosure and our campaign.
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    The Open Data revolution is crucial for citizens to follow the money and find out where their extractive revenues are being spent. Explore this topic.

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The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA), brought into force June 1st, 2015, applies not only to companies that mine for gold, silver and diamonds, but also producers of sand, salt, gravel and limestone. Some Canadian aggregate producers, may be unfamiliar with these new reporting requirements. Read Publish What You Pay Canada's blog to learn more about how this new federal law impacts aggregate producers in Ontario. 

PWYP-Canada is hiring a part-time research associate. This is the perfect opportunity for someone with lots of energy and a good understanding of the extractive sector to work closely with the PWYP-Canada Director to advance the mission of the coalition. For more details see: Call for applications.


Transparency and the prospect of a better future