Swedish Canadian Mining initiative

WHAT: Swedish-Canadian Mining Initiative 2017
WHEN: April 4, 2017
WHERE: Toronto, Ontario
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The Swedish Trade and Invest Council in Toronto (Business Sweden) in collaboration with Canada Mining Innovation Council will arrange a Swedish-Canadian Mining Initiative with the purpose to discuss challenges in mining and how Swedish and Canadian suppliers as well as miners could solve them through improved collaboration. Get tickets.

WSN 2017

WHAT: Workplace Safety North's Mining Health and Safety Conference
WHEN: April 18-20, 2017
WHERE: Sudbury, Ontario
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WSN's 19th annual Mining Health and Safety Conference will be themed "Innovations in mining safety." Each year, about 300 attendees gather to learn and share their knowledge about mining health and safety, and network with industry professionals. As the premiere mining health and safety event in Canada, the conference will be live-streamed via webcast, and made available for viewing around the globe. 

WSN invites proposals for papers for its technical sessions held on Thursday, April 20, 2017. Click here for details

ont resources forum

WHAT: Ontario Natural Resources Forum
WHEN: April 26-27, 2017
WHERE: Toronto, Ontario
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This unique conference brings together individuals from industry, academic institutions, communities and all levels of government to collaborate and explore ways to develop our resource sector, grow our economy and provide benefits to communities. Click here for program details.

Ontario Cap and Trade Forum
WHAT: The Ontario Cap and Trade Forum
WHEN: April 26-27, 2017
WHERE: Toronto, Ontario
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With the first auction launching this March 2017, industry participants are looking to understand the commercial liabilities and potential opportunities of Ontario's new cap and trade market. The Ontario Cap and Trade Forum will offer program participants timely and business-critical information for navigating market uncertainties and developing successful carbon strategies for the province.
By bringing together all the key stakeholders involved in cap and trade from industry, government, legal, and finance, the Forum will address key program concerns and outline best practices for managing carbon exposure, trading, and offsets as well as identifying potential business opportunities. Speakers will include representatives from Goldcorp and Glencore.

CIM Congress 2017

WHAT: 2017 CIM Convention 
WHEN:  April 30 - May 03, 2017
WHERE:  Palais de Congrès, Montreal
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The theme "New State of MINE" will drive topics of discussion at the 2017 CIM Convention. In addition to a rigorous technical program, mining will be examined through the lens of employment, innovation, leadership, management, and more. Over 6,000 mining industry professionals are expected to take in the events at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal. 

Submit your abstract by OCTOBER 31, 2016. For more information, contact Lise Bujold at 514-939-2710 or registration@cim.org.

Memo 2017
WHAT: Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability / Mine Operators Conference
WHEN: September 24-26, 2017
WHERE: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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The CIM Saskatoon Branch and the Geological Section of Saskatoon are joining forces with four CIM Societies to bring you the most complete technical program a MEMO conference can offer. Get the latest updates from Facebook.

WHAT: Resources for Future Generations (RFG 2018) Conference
WHEN:  June 16 -21, 2018 
WHERE: Vancouver Convention Center  
RFG 2018 is the first international conference focused on the resources that will be required for future generations. It will explore four vital themes: energy, minerals, water and the earth. Call for sessions is now open. For more information, contact Lise Bujold at 514-939-2710 or registration@cim.org.  


Centre for Mining Excellence in Mining Innovation Lecture Series

The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) directs and coordinates step-change innovation in the areas of exploration, deep mining, integrated mine engineering, environment and sustainability for the metal mining industry. With a seasoned team of program directors, CEMI identifies, assesses and manages industry-focused applied research & development projects that extend from geology and engineering to the natural sciences.

Learn about upcoming lectures and other knowledge transfer events