Sustainable Development

Puma Exploration is keenly following the principles of sustainable development, social responsibility and social acceptability derived from the ISO 26000 standard. The quality of the links between the Company and the various communities is of paramount importance for Puma Exploration, and that is why it works on it on a continuous basis.


For Puma Exploration, minimizing the environmental impacts of exploration works has been a priority since the creation of the Company for all projects in which it is involved.

Social Responsability and Acceptability

Puma Exploration intends to maintain its corporate obligations in accordance with the strict environmental policies of the Government of New Brunswick's Ministry of the Environment. In addition, the Company will continue to monitor the technological evolution of the mining industry to continually improve its environmental and social performance.


Puma Exploration is a Canadian-based mineral exploration company with advanced projects in precious and base metals in Canada. Corporation's main projects are Murray Brook, Turgeon and Nicholas-Denys projects, all located in New Brunswick. In addition to its mineral properties portfolio, Puma Exploration has an equity interest in BWR Exploration Inc. (BWR: TSX-V) following the Little Stull Lake gold property transaction.