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Mineral Resources Review 2016

Newfoundland and Labrador's premier mineral exploration and mining conference and trade show

When:  November 2nd - 5th, 2016

Where:  Delta St. John's Hotel & Conference Centre, 120 New Gower Street, St. John's, NL

Mineral Resources Review showcases all aspects of the mineral exploration and mining industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. It is Eastern Canada's largest mineral industry conference and trade show, attended by about 750 registered delegates, trade show exhibitors and visitors. Events include a short course, 3-day technical session with government and industry keynotes, core shack displays, prospectors tent, a commercial trade show, a procurement session, the NL Mines Branch poster session, and a public lecture. The conference also features a wide array of social activities and networking opportunities.

Registration is now available at this link.


2016 CIMM Newfoundland Branch annual awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 CIMM Newfoundland Branch annual awards in four categories:

  • Prospector/Explorer
  • Developer/Miner
  • Geoscientist
  • Service Provider

Awards criteria are listed here. Please use the fillable form to make your nomination, and return to philsaunders@gov.nl.ca


For further information, please contact:

Phil Saunders
Tel: 709 729-6193

Shawn Duquet - Trade Show
Tel: 709 729-1647

 

Mineral Resources Review 2015 - A Look Back

Mineral Resources Review 2015 Brochure  PDF (1 MB)

2015 Mineral Industry Award Winners

Miner of the Year - Teck Duck Pond Operations
Service Provider of the Year - Stantec
Geoscientist of the Year - Brian O'Brien

PEGNL Professional Development Short Course

Technical Program  PDF (505 KB)

Procurement Session

Junior Company Exploration Session
 

Mark your calendars today!

Mineral Resources Review is a joint venture of the CIM Newfoundland Branch and the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources (Mines Branch), and the anchor event of our annual Provincial Mining Week.

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