Economic Stimulators, Even After Marlin’s Closure


In this final installment of our four-part tribute to the legacy of Marlin mine, we take a look at the economic benefits and opportunities that have been created as a result of its decade long operations.

Marlin’s Educational Legacy Continues to Multiply, Even After Closure


In the third installment of our four part tribute to the legacy of Marlin mine, which ceased production in May 2017, we focus on the educational benefits this mine has brought to its local communities in the San Marcos region of Guatemala.

Inspiring A Generation – 2017 North American Indigenous Games


At Goldcorp, we take pride in the relationships and agreements that have been developed by working closely with local indigenous communities in the areas where we operate in Canada. We collaborate with our First Nations partners and community members to support entrepreneurship, increase indigenous employment and business opportunities, implement community initiatives and programs, and incorporate cultural and social practices and considerations into our mine planning and operations.

Marlin’s Socio-Economic Legacy Lives On


In the second installment of our four part tribute to the legacy of Marlin mine, we focus on the social benefits this mine has brought to the San Marcos region of Guatemala.

Goldcorp believes that local opportunities for community members near our mining operations should create benefits that extend beyond economic participation in mining activities.

Beginning a New Chapter –– Marlin’s Legacy Lives On


Goldcorp’s Marlin mine ceased production on May 31, 2017 marking the end of more than a decade of strong community ties and sustainable mining practices. Located in the western highlands of Guatemala, in the municipality of San Miguel Ixtahuacan approximately 300 kilometers northwest of Guatemala City, Marlin began production in late 2005 and became a part of the Goldcorp portfolio with the acquisition of Glamis Gold in 2006. The mine operated as both an open pit and underground mine for 12 years, producing 2.3 million ounces of gold and 63 million ounces of silver.

Goldcorp Reports 2016 Sustainability Performance

Press Release

July 6, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Goldcorp has published its 11th annual Sustainability Report, which provides detailed insights into our economic, environmental, and social performance.

Inclusivity Strengthens Century Project


In this final installment of our four part series on diversity and inclusion in our workplace, we look at how large scale operations and projects have the potential to significantly boost the profile of women in mining and inspire increased inclusivity and innovation.

Inspiring Milestone at Cerro Negro


In our third installment in our four-part series on gender diversity in our workplace we share the remarkable story of a Goldcorp employee who pushed herself beyond her comfort zone to carve out a career in a male-dominated culture as an underground miner.

Elsa Nielsen: They Thought I Couldn't Do It!


Like many companies in traditionally male-dominated industries, one of the challenges Goldcorp faces as a company is diversity in the workforce. We aim to provide opportunities that enable women to move past perceived barriers or specific skill-sets, and consider their potential. In the second of our four-part series on diversity and inclusion in the workplace, we share Elsa Nielsen’s inspiring story.

YWCA Women of Distinction Awards


At Goldcorp we respect and value the perspectives, experiences, cultures and essential differences our employees possess. We are committed to diversity in our workplace, and we believe that diversity leads to higher performance in all aspects of our business. 


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