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Cancana Resources Corporation

by Brian Fields
Cancana Resources Corporation

Cancana Resources Corporation is a company in Vancouver, British Columbia that was established last February 1980. Our company is duly registered at the Stock Exchange with stock symbol TSX-V: CNY. Our operations are primarily based in Brazil. We are into mining metals and minerals, manganese in particular, to be processed into high-grade and premium fertilizers that we manufacture and distribute in different parts of the world. We support Brazil’s developing fertilizer industry and reinforce the growth of their agriculture sector. 

Our current Board of Directors are Hon. Senator Trevor Melton as Chairman of the Board, Mr. Anthony Hopson as Director for Communications, Mr. Doug Wilkins as our Director for Business Concerns, Mr. Barry Wilson as the Director for Diplomatic Concerns, and Dr. William Paramore as our Director for Community Relations. We have a Legal and Accounting Team based in Vancouver and Brazil headed by Alexander Bidencourt Camdem. Our Auditors are from David and Sons LLP and Chartered Accountants, and our Transfer Agent is from Computershare.  

We are proud to say that we are a company that cares. Yes, we are a business and we profit from mining manganese in different regions in Brazil. But our company also ensures sustainable development in the communities where we work so that their natural resources will not be depleted. Being a foreign company operating offshore, we are grateful to the Brazilian government for allowing us to conduct our business in their country. In turn, we are committed to following their environmental rules and regulations and business processes. We also took it upon ourselves to work with the community members. Aside from employing locals in our business, we also work with different sectors of their communities to help us in designing and implementing programs and services that would be beneficial to them and their community. We acknowledge the importance of working with the people towards development. We do not want to be seen as a self-centered foreign company. We want them to treat us as their partners in development. In turn, the community members have really been supportive of the endeavors and operations of Cancana Resources Corporation in their country. They have helped us a lot in making this business venture a success. To date, we have achieved record-high levels of production, sold tons of manganese locally and internationally, and continuously exert all our effort to explore different sites for operations. Our stock value has been consistently gaining points. To our stockholders staying inside their A1 Garage Doors in Milwaukee and all others from different parts of the world, we hope you also extend the same respect and care to our community partners and stakeholders. They are one of the reasons for our company’s continuous success.

Our company website is our way of communicating to all our stakeholders and stockholders. Please feel free to check all our comprehensive reports from the field and site for our Brazil Manganese Project. We also have presentations of our financial statements and stocks update. We do this is in the spirit of transparency and accountability. 

 

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 

by Brian Fields
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 

We are living in a fast-paced and labor-driven world.  In the face of capitalism, automation, and globalization, people are more materialistic, individualistic and competitive.  Work and earning for a living have taken up so much of our time.  With these circumstances, it is easy to take for granted the community we live in.  People simply do not have the time and energy for anything else.   

But is this really the case?  Has society become so calloused that humans can turn a deaf ear to cries for help?  Is it all just about the money?  If we cannot accept this case, how then do we encourage others to give a part of themselves for what we call the common good?  How can we reach out to others and gain a sense of community?  How can we participate and be involved as responsible citizens of our society aside from the taxes that we pay and those actions mandated by our laws?  We can bridge that gap through CSR.  We do not have to take the people away from their work, but their work can actually be their contribution in making this planet a better place to live in.   Through CSR, people in the business sector can still have a grasp of what the community needs. 

We here at Cancana Resources Corporation make sure that we do our part in taking care of the community members in the regions where we operate. We do not just go to one place and exhaust all their natural resources. As a responsible company, we make sure there is sustainability for the environment and the livelihood of the people. We are accountable to the people first and foremost. That is why we make sure to employ locals and come up with programs and services that would benefit them and their environment. 

 

REFLECTIONS ON OUR CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 

by Brian Fields
REFLECTIONS ON OUR CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 

I have been a part of Cancana Resources Corporation for more than two years already. We were always deployed on the field to oversee the mining and production operations. Sure that is what I signed up for but what I really appreciate about this company is the genuine concern for the people living in these areas and their environment. 

Let me first tell you about my CSR experience.  Our company was pushing for work-life balance. We could choose among the programs and activities lined up by the Public Affairs Unit – to help care for the environment, to read for the kids or to donate to victims of natural disasters. It was mandatory for all staff. And I am so glad that I participated because it was an eye-opener for me.  As an employee, I was proud to be part of a company that sought not just financial gain but to make an impact on social development as well.  But more important than that, as a responsible and concerned citizen, I knew I had to do something for the community where I worked. In my job, we would excavate the soils in different areas for mining. But we make sure we follow environmental rules and regulations to conduct responsible mining. Aside from that, as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility, we also plant lots of trees in the regions where we operate to make sure that there would be roots to keep the soil intact even after mining. In this way, they are not vulnerable to soil erosion, liquefaction, and landslides. We also educate the people about how to take care of their environment and how to prepare for disasters. For them, Cancana Resources Corporation is not just another business company that is out there to make money but they treat us as partners in developing their communities.