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This Fall was a busy time for a number of our APGO Councillors. As they did every year, they held APGO information sessions at a number of universities across Ontario. As well, they hosted regional networking events to bring together members to connect with and learn from...

source: APGO

Recent Diagnostic Study for nationally and internationally trained geoscientist under Admission Support Tools (AST) project under taken by Geoscience Canada revealed one of the following outcome: Set Realistic expectations for the time frame to applicants.

source: APGO

As another year draws to an end I want to wish all our members a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. ...

source: APGO

APGO is very proud that our Founder and APGO Member 0001, Bill Pearson, P.Geo., has been selected by...

source: APGO

For those who were not able to attend the Ontario Exploration and Geoscience Symposium hosted by OPA in November 2014, please find the link to the posters presented by geoscientists of the OGS' Earth Resources and Geoscience Mapping Section at said symposium.

source: Ontario Geological Survey

Ontario needs to move quickly on development of the stalled Ring of Fire mineral belt or risk losing huge economic benefits for the province when metal prices bounce back again, warns a preliminary report card by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.

source: Toronto Star


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