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APGO is very aware of gender equality in the profession of geoscience and in the workplace, and our membership statistics indicate that progress is being made in this respect. Additionally, APGO staff is currently 50:50 women and men.

source: APGO

APGO President Zen Keizars and CEO Tony Andrews met with political staff responsible for the mining file in the Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade as part of our continuing effort to introduce APGO to the new Ontario government and increase awareness...

source: APGO

Ontario's Government is working for the people to make the province's roads safer, commutes easier and communities healthier. The province has announced new infrastructure funding that will also help create and protect good jobs across...

source: Government of Ontario

We are seeking public feedback on the Reducing Litter and Waste in Our Communities: Discussion Paper, which expands upon commitments in Preserving and Protecting our Environment for Future Generations: A Made-in-Ontario Environment...

source: Environmental Registry of Ontario

APGO would like to acknowledge its speakers Bill Leedham, P.Geo. and David Wade, P.Geo. for conducting a sold-out workshop titled, "Record site condition: Getting it right from aerials to zoning" held in Toronto. The workshop,...

source: APGO

March 21, 2019 from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. Knowing before you dig is critical in taking ownership of your safety! Utility Infrastructure Awareness (UIA) educates owners, management and field staff of the complex utility locate...

source: APGO


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