In conjunction with Agnico Eagle’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics, we have established a toll-free whistleblower hotline to allow for anonymous reporting of suspected violations.
Any Agnico Eagle employee or member of the public who becomes aware of a violation of the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics has several options for reporting it.
1. Contact either of the following people by phone or in writing:
R. Gregory Laing
General Counsel, Senior Vice-President, Legal, and Corporate Secretary
Senior Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer
Senior Corporate Director, People
2. Employees may also refer any questions to their divisional representatives, who will then speak with the Primary Contact:
Agnico Eagle Quebec (Primary contact)
Christian Provencher +1-819-759-3700
Agnico Eagle Quebec (Secondary contact)
Nicolas Bolduc +1-819-759-3700
Agnico Eagle Nunavut (Primary contact)
Dominique Girard +1-416-947-1212 Ext 3747
Agnico Eagle Nunavut (Secondary contact)
Jason Allaire +1-819-759-3555 ext.8004
Agnico Eagle Mexico
Marc Legault +1-416-847-3715
Agnico Eagle Finland
Ingmar Haga + 358 040 7003518
3. Employees and members of the public may also report complaints using Agnico Eagle’s confidential, anonymous complaint reporting hotline. The hotline is provided by an independent third-party service provider, so that complaints can be reported in an anonymous and confidential manner.
The hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by calling, toll-free 1-877-333-2675 within North America. If you are located outside North America, you can place a collect call to 770-776-5607.
The hotline is also available by emailing email@example.com, completing a web form at www.tnwinc.com/webreport, faxing a letter to 770-409-5008, or mailing a letter to:
ATTN: Agnico Eagle Mines Limited
333 Research Court
Norcross, Georgia, USA
All complaints are treated on a confidential basis and, if reported using the hotline and specifically requested, will be treated anonymously. Generally, a report of a complaint will only be disclosed to the people who need to know in order to carry out a proper investigation.
No retaliation or other action will be taken against any Agnico Eagle employee who, in good faith, reports a complaint. Anyone engaging in retaliatory conduct will be subject to disciplinary action by Agnico Eagle, which may include termination.
Each quarter, a report is submitted to the Audit Committee outlining the number of complaints received since the previous report; all complaints received, by relevant category, since the previous report; and, the reporting avenues used.