Sustainability and Responsibility


Fury strives to maintain the highest standards of environmental protection and community engagement throughout all of its projects and continues to build upon existing relationships to ensure meaningful engagement.


  • Stewardship training for project contractors and drillers
  • Initiating environmental base lines studies at Eau Claire
  • Renewable energy – Hydro QC EM1 power station 18km away
  • Quebec Hydro Power highlights:
    • 99.8% hydro power
    • Top 4 hydro producer
    • 30% cheaper power than other G7 countries
    • Discount rate to mining


  • Sponsorship support for Indigenous initiatives
  • Monthly health and safety training
  • Site COVID rapid testing approved by QC public health


  • Added role of Lead Independent Director
  • Indigenous representation on FURY Board
  • Established Disclosure Committee

Kitikmeot Inuit Association

  • Long standing relationship with executive and board
  • Track record of community engagement and employment

Eastmain Cree

  • Eeyou Istchee Territory
  • Staged approach to relationship building and identifying areas of mutual opportunities
  • Immediate benefits include employment and contracting

Digbee Certification


2021 Sustainability Report

In 2022, Fury Gold Mines completed its inaugural independent assessment, conducted by Digbee, of its ESG policies and management at the corporate and project levels in Canada.

Fury's Digbee ProfileOverall Score

Corporate Score

Project Score: Eau Claire

Project Score: Committee Bay



Subscribe for Updates