Falco owns approximately 70,000 hectares of land in the Noranda Mining Camp, which represents 70% of the entire camp and includes 13 former gold and base metal mine sites.
Falco’s principal project is the Horne 5 Project located in the former Horne mine that was operated by Noranda from 1927 to 1976 and produced 11.6 million ounces of gold and 2.5 billion pounds of copper. Osisko Development Corp., is Falco’s largest shareholder owning a 17.3% interest in the Corporation.
By questioning the legacy to be left to the community, Falco has prioritized ESG factors to define its mission and has adopted an inspiring vision firmly rooted in its values.
Our way of being a mine: Building a lasting legacy every day, through every action we take.
Falco’s innovative, scalable and transparent approach, rooted in current and future issues, is a model and a source of pride for its employees, its community and its peers.
Falco advocates values such as transparency, integrity, determination and audacity.
To read the profile of the members of management and the Board of Directors, please consult their respective biographies.
Our corporate governance reflects the commitment of Falco’s Board of Directors to establish a solid climate of trust and success, which is also expressed in relations with all stakeholders.
Our Code of Ethics reflects the business practices and principles of behavior that support this commitment.
We aim to maintain high standards of business conduct and ethics in all of our business dealings. Falco’s corporate governance framework and practices continue to evolve as the Corporation grows. Our governance policies respect the rights of shareholders and are in compliance with the rules of the Canadian Securities Administrators and stock exchange requirements.
A more detailed discussion of Falco’s approach to corporate governance practices and activities of the various Board committees can be found in the Corporation’s most recently filed Management Information Circular available on SEDAR.