MNDM Online Mining Claim Registration Notice

Are you involved in mineral exploration in Ontario? 

Ontario is moving to an online mining claim registration system.

AUGUST 31, 2017 is the deadline to georeference mining claim boundaries staked before November 1, 2012 and qualify for assessment work credits.

Find out more from the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines about what claim holders need to know as Ontario moves to a new online mining claim registration system.

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.

Mines and Money 2017

WHAT: Mines and Money Americas 
WHEN: 2-4 October 2017
WHERE: Delta Toronto Hotel
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Mines and Money is the leading international event series for mining investment and capital raising. The conference brings together the world's leading institutional investors, mining developers (major, mid-tier and junior), M&A experts and industry experts for comprehensive coverage of opportunities in the mining finance landscape. It is co-hosed by the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, which encourages, promotes and facilitates the sustained economic benefits of Ontario's mineral resources. 

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