Kendra Johnston, CEO of AME, likens the Canadian mining and energy conferences to family reunions because of the meaningful relationships developed during campby Timothy Fowler
Whether it’s training potential employees what they need to know to head out into the field or informing the public about the important everyday items that mining makes possible, education is a vital aspect within the mining and exploration industries.
Recent Education articles
A major step has been taken to improve safety on construction sites throughout British Columbia
Despite the dogged downturn, Carol Howes of PetroLMI foresees enduring employment opportunities for adaptable, tech-savvy oil and gas workers.by Jamie Schmidt
The Coal Association of Canada supports the coal industry through challenges arising from innovation and advances in technology.by Marie Milner
Gold-focused documentaries premiere March 6 and 13
The government of British Columbia has implemented a new recovery protocol for the removal and preservation of found fossils.by Zoë Dupley
Goldcorp’s #DisruptMining contest gives great ideas a voice for a big audience.by Timothy Fowler
Teck loans museum 140 million-year-old meat-eating raptor tracks found in local mines
In Canada, Vale is recruiting 12 young professionals to come and spend a year with the Company in 2019.
Over the past five years, the partnership has saved the lives of 62,000 children in India.
Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance has partnered with XPRIZE to inspire innovators to solve the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE challenge.by Jillian Clark
The Excellence Program at MetSoc aims to honour those members of the Society who have excelled through their outstanding achievements to metallurgy.
The investment will extend the Originarias programme, and support the goal of providing Indigenous women in northern Chile with access to training programs.
High attendance rates are a clear sign that the mineral exploration and mining industry has regained its swagger and is building momentum.
Considering a career in engineering and geoscience opens up a world of possibilities to students in BC and across Canada.
VRIC2018 is the world's largest resource investment conference dedicated to resource exploration, and is a must-attend for investors and stakeholders.
Ryan Montpellier, executive director of MiHR, discusses mining as a viable career path for future generations.by Jillian Clark
NAIT researcher explains DME, NAIT’s applied research project with industry partners, and how close the alternative renewable fuel is to market.by Jillian Clark
Bluenergy Solarwind perfects double-helix urban wind turbine for Medicine Hat College’s microgrid.by Jillian Clark