The BC-based Association for Mineral Exploration (AME) recently appointed Kendra Johnston as its president and CEO.by Peter Caulfield
British Columbia is a province with a rich mining history and a wealth of mining potential yet undiscovered. Early mining operations brought gold and coal to the surface; today, these and many other valuable minerals are bringing prosperity to B.C. communities.
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