Musselwhite’s Women in Mining


At Goldcorp, we strive to foster an open and inclusive workplace environment and strongly support the principle that everyone should have an equal opportunity to participate in our company and achieve their full potential.

Developing Our People – Q&A With Jenine Ellefson, Vice President, People


In our 2017 Sustainability Report, we show how our commitment to our people is at the forefront of everything we do. From recruitment to onboarding to succession planning, we are dedicated to growing the careers of everyone we hire. We sat down with Jenine Ellefson, our Vice President, People to talk about the many changes, successes and challenges we encountered in 2017, and how these stories have generated fruitful learning experiences and lasting value for the company.

Celebrating Hän Culture at the Moosehide Gathering


Goldcorp was a proud sponsor of Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in’s Moosehide Gathering that took place from July 26 to 29, 2018.

Creating Local Hiring Opportunities at Peñasquito


We are always looking local for new hires in the communities surrounding our operations. Employment is one of the ways Goldcorp helps develop local economies and build strong community relationships. In 2017 our Peñasquito mine saw substantial success in this regard.

Assessing the Effectiveness of Our New Community Response System at Eleonore


In an effort to increase collaboration and transparency, our Éléonore operation formally established a site-based grievance mechanism in 2016 using the principles set out in our Sustainability Excellence Management System (SEMS). Through discussions with our Cree Nation of Wemindji partners, a joint decision was made to refer to it as a “dialogue mechanism,” with the intent of facilitating meaningful conversations with our stakeholders.

Peñasquito’s Education Strategy Builds Capacity and Competence in Communities


Goldcorp recognizes that sustainable development goes hand-in-hand with access to education, which is why we place a high priority on supporting education and other social programs in communities near our operations.

The Peñasquito mine, for example, works closely with community leaders, teachers, and partners in 25 Mexican communities to ensure young people have the opportunities and skills they need to pursue fulfilling future careers.

Community Engagement Q&A with Brent Bergeron, EVP, Corporate Affairs & Sustainability


In our 2017 Sustainability Report, we demonstrate how our unwavering commitment to safe, responsible and sustainable mining underpins every facet of our business.

Empowering Community Youth at Cerro Negro


Goldcorp is committed to creating sustainable and lasting value in all communities where we operate. In Perito Moreno, Argentina, near our Cerro Negro mine, we are working to enhance the skills of local youth. Together with the local municipality, we facilitate various skills-building programs for youth in the area.

Goldcorp Recognized in 2018 Enablon Excellence Awards


We are committed to creating sustainable value in all areas of our business, and for our stakeholders, who want assurance that we are managing as well as mitigating the risks associated with our operations.

Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute Wins Coveted National Award


Goldcorp is a proud supporter and funding partner for Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute in Oujé-Bougoumou, Quebec, in partnership with the Cree. The Institute’s travelling exhibition “Footprints: A Walk Through Generations” has been selected as the recipient of the Canadian Museums Association’s “Award of Outstanding Achievement in the Exhibition – Cultural Heritage” category.


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