News Details
29
November
2017

Canada’s mining sector unites on clean resources supercluster application

Canada Mining Innovation Council


Canada (November 29, 2017) – We are pleased to announce the submission of a full application for a clean resources Supercluster as part of the Government of Canada’s Innovation Superclusters Initiative. The CLEER (Clean, Low-energy, Effective, Engaged and Remediated) Supercluster – prepared on behalf of the mining sector by CMIC, CEMI, CIMRE, COREM, IMII, and MSTA  – represents a $700 million investment ($450M in cash and $244M in-kind from 162 partners across Canada).  CLEER will build on an existing mining innovation ecosystem uniquely positioned to make Canada a global leader in clean resource development and the responsible sourcing of raw materials.
 
This CLEER Supercluster will transform the mining sector’s productivity, performance, and global competitiveness by harnessing innovation across the ecosystem to tackle global challenges of water, energy, and environmental footprint, with bold targets of 50% reductions in each area by 2027. CLEER will execute its strategy through tapping into regional clusters of expertise within British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Quebec. Through collaborative activities, CLEER will engage Canadian mining services and supply (MSS) sector, anchor companies, R&D innovation support organizations, post-secondary institutions, and partners from a wide variety of other sectors across Canada, including clean tech.

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