Noront Resources believes in operating with ethics and integrity. We believe in treating people with dignity and respect. Honesty and open communication is one way we demonstrate our values. Noront's mandate of exploration and mineral development moves forward with respect for the environment, values, histories and the philosophies of the communities where we operate.
As we progress along the path to safely develop mineral resources in the James Bay Lowlands, Noront welcomes an on-going dialogue with the people of Webequie and Marten Falls First Nations and other affected communities.
The Ring of Fire mineral discoveries offer a potential for economic well-being and new advantages. Resource developments in the Ring of Fire mines may offer training, certification and employment for a wide variety of skilled jobs that appeal to all who choose to work in this industry, including many young and ambitious graduates from high school, college and university.
Indirect job creation in construction trades, mechanics, forestry, environmental studies, engineering,surveying, research and data collection, transportation, IT services, food services, hospitality, retail and more may develop together with the anticipated mining industry jobs in Noront's Ring of Fire projects.
Consulting with Aboriginal community leaders and people of all ages, the team at Noront Resources work towards a bright future and the educational and financial opportunities that the Ring of Fire resources may provide.