Article Type: Blog post

Publication: AME Blog

The Power Of Networking

Networking is by far the most important reason to attend AME Mineral Exploration Roundup, said AME members surveyed on-site by the NRG Research Group at Roundup 2018. According to the survey results, providing networking opportunities for mineral explorers is the most important activity AME undertakes and it is what we excel at. Heeding this feedback, we... Read more »

Publication: AME Blog

Canadian Mining Industry Needs Almost 100,000 New Workers By 2029

Earlier this month, the Mining Industry Human Resources Council (MiHR) published the 2019 Canadian Mining Labour Market Outlook. The report explores the human resources trends in Canada’s mining industry. In short, the 2019 report shows that retirements are set to have a huge impact on the sector over the next decade, women continue to be underrepresented,... Read more »

Publication: AME Blog

What’s Coming Down The Pipe?

Our ability to measure the mineral and chemical composition of rocks while still in the ground is tantalizingly close, but just out of reach. When will routine downhole geochemistry become a reality? Mapping the mineral and chemical composition of recovered drill material requires a geologist to log and send drill samples to a laboratory for... Read more »

Publication: CIM Magazine

Industry task force action plan adopted by B.C. government in 2019 budget

British Columbia’s 2019 budget invests in greater mining oversight, makes provincial mining and exploration tax credits permanent British Columbia’s budget will provide $20 million over three years to help the province’s Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources (MEM) reduce permitting timelines and establish a new Mines Health, Safety and Enforcement Division with an increased... Read more »