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The Aluminium Association of Canada strives to ensure that Canada’s primary aluminium industry is recognized as a world-class model of sustainable prosperity

Founded in 1990, the Aluminium Association of Canada (AAC) brings together Canada’s three aluminium primary producers, Alcoa, Aluminerie Alouette and Rio Tinto. A non-profit organization, it represents the Canadian primary aluminium industry towards the population, public authorities, aluminium users, and key environmental and economic stakeholders.


Ensure the sustainability of Canadian responsibly produced primary aluminium and maintain its international leadership position.


By 2030, the Canadian aluminium industry will impose itself in end-use markets and with investors through the added value of its low-carbon responsibly produced aluminium.


AAC members are world-class low-carbon responsibly-produced primary aluminium producers. They export to international markets, including the United States. Producers' operations are primarily located regionally.

Board of directors

The Aluminium Association of Canada is directed by a Board of Directors made up of representatives of member companies. Within a framework of sound governance, the Directors ensure the respect of the Association’s mission for the industry.


The Aluminium Association of Canada relies on a team of industry-linked professionals who support and assist members in their development.