Standing still is not an option. It's time for you to make a move.

With your help, Mines Action Canada (MAC) can continue supporting efforts to forever put an end to the human suffering caused by landmines, cluster bombs and explosive remnants of war.

This can happen in our lifetime, but only with your help.


Connect with MAC via Twitter and Facebook!

During the final weeks of the election campaign MAC wants to continue to connect with as many of our supporters on facebook and twitter as possible. Please join with us and be a part of this exciting dialogue on these two distinct platforms that have had such a large impact on this election campaign. 

If you are not already following MAC on facebook please click here. If you are interested in following MAC on twitter please click here


Dramatic drop in funding

Dramatic drop in funding by Canada overshadows record lows in landmine casualties as clearance and funding reach new peaks; yet antipersonnel mine use by Yemen and a small number of states and armed groups must be urgently addressed



Three Young Professionals Deployed

It’s been an exciting couple of days here at MAC!! The last three of our Young Professionals (YPs) have finished their training and will be heading to their placements over the weekend.

I would like to introduce to you Mohammed, Katie and Cynthia. They each wrote a short bio to introduce themselves to you.


MAC Launching New Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

We’re excited to announce that Mines Action Canada is involved with the new Campaign to Stop Killer Robots. To learn more about this campaign check out the Canadian website at: www.stopkillerrobots.ca.


Seven MAC YPs Deployed!

The first seven of MAC's Young Professionals (YPs) have arrived in their placements and have begun work with their host organizations. You can follow along as they gain new skills and contribute to the valuable work our partners do through their blog or on Twitter


Canadian Government Supporting Landmine Survivors in Colombia