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A vacancy has arisen on Council and the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO) is seeking a councilor to represent the Northwestern Ontario region. The successful candidate will be appointed by Council to serve until the end of the current term in...

source: APGO

SUDBURY — November 5, 2014 WATERLOO — November 19, 2014

source: APGO

This event will include technical presentations and keynote address by Dr. David Snyder, a research scientist with the Geological Survey of Canada. Find out more by clicking on this link.

source: Northwest Territories Geoscience

Goodman School of Mines Lecture Series featuring Pierre Lassonde's talk on "Canadian Mining, Like Diamonds, is Forever" will be streamed live on November 6, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. Please click here to read a brief summary about the...

source: APGO

California's Gold Rush may seem like a far away, bygone era, and these days the phrase "gold-digger" more readily brings to mind the opportunistic, money-loving girlfriend maligned by the 2005 Kanye West and Jamie Foxx song. A gold-digger of the traditional kind, however,...

source: Artnet News

Ontario's "Ring of Fire" mineral belt was supposed to be a $60 billion natural resources treasure trove that would bring employment and economic prosperity to a remote part of the province's north. It hasn't worked out that way. The project's key player has given up,...

source: The Globe and Mail


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