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Updated: Mark your calendar

September 18th, 2020

Mining and investor-related events are coming to your computer

by Greg Klein | Updated October 26, 2020

The technology isn’t new but its utility has been emphasized to a physically distant and networked society. Online conferences and seminars, many of them free, have made attendance more accessible than ever. Here’s a tentative list of some upcoming presentations of interest to mining professionals and investors. Mark Your Calendar will be an ongoing Resource Clips feature, so check back for future updates.

 

Africa Accelerating 2020: The Template for Success

October 27 to 29

Premier sponsors: Lucara Diamond and Lucara Botswana

Free

Speakers address several issues of interest to Canadian companies and investors, with topics including African economies, resource and non-resource industries, and supply chains.

More info and registration.

 

AME MinEx Talks: Equity Sharing—Can it be demystified?

October 27, noon to 12:30 p.m. Pacific time

Presented by the Association for Mineral Exploration

Members $50, non-members $100

Jill Tsolinas of the B.C. Centre of Training Excellence in Mining seeks common ground among the contrasting views about this complex topic. The speaker series wraps up on October 29.

More info here.

Register here.

 

AME MinEx Talks final 2020 event: Live Q&A session

October 29, noon to 12:30 p.m. Pacific time

Presented by the Association for Mineral Exploration

Members $50, non-members $100

Chosen by audience vote, the top three speakers of the series answer questions in a meeting emceed by Josh Serfass of Integra Resources.

More info here.

Register here.

 

Capital Markets Insights for the Pandemic Part 4: Base Metals

October 30, 10 a.m. Pacific time

Presented by Save Canadian Mining

Free

Save Canadian Mining founder Terry Lynch moderates a panel discussion and Q&A of 25 minutes each.

More info and registration.

 

Capital Markets Insights for the Pandemic Part 5: Regulators

November 13, 10 a.m. Pacific time

Presented by Save Canadian Mining

Free

Save Canadian Mining founder Terry Lynch moderates a panel discussion and Q&A of 25 minutes each.

More info and registration.

 

2020 NWT & Nunavut Geoscience Symposium

November 23. Presentations remain online after that date

Presented by the Northwest Territories Geological Survey and the NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines

Free

Pre-recorded YouTube presentations and downloadable posters go online. Topics include mineral exploration, geoscience, energy geoscience, permafrost science, environmental science, engagement and education, regulatory updates and resource development.

More info here.

No registration required.

 

International Mining and Resources Conference + Expo

November 24-27

Presented by IMARC

Mostly free, some paid access

One of the industry’s largest events connects the mining world for big-name speakers, presentations and exhibitors. Tickets also include admittance to Mines and Money Online Connect from November 30 to December 3.

More info here.

Register here.

 

Mines and Money Online Connect

November 30 to December 3

Presented by Mines and Money/IMARC

Mostly free, some paid access

The London hospitality industry loses but investors gain as this year’s event goes online. Content admission is free but passes for credited investors have been capped.

More info here.

Register here.

 

Vancouver Resource Investment Conference

January 17 to 18

Presented by Cambridge House International

Dates have been set but info’s pending. If past experience is any guide, however, the agenda might include standup comedy masquerading as stock picks.

Registration info to come.

 

AME Remote Roundup 2021

January 18 to 22

Presented by the Association for Mineral Exploration

Fee info here.

It looks like everything from the Core Shack to the Prospectors’ Tent goes online for an annual event that last year attracted over 6,100 people from 38 countries. Recognizing the exceptional circumstances of our time, the 2021 theme will be Leading Through Change.

See the schedule.

Register here.

 

PDAC 2021

Tentatively scheduled for March 7 to 10. Exact dates TBA

Fees TBA

Presented by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada

Details are pending, but PDAC intends to present all its traditional programming at the online event.

More info here.