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The Bellagio Fountains gush 140.2 metres high every 15 minutes nightly. Golf courses carpet the desert, as they have since Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack played Las Vegas. And the casino restaurants still serve water without asking. The two million residents and 43 million...

source: Canada.com

Register now for the APGO networking event that will take place at Carleton University in Ottawa on April 29th, 2014. Guest Speaker: Andrea Waldie, P.Geo., FGC Please click on this link to access the event information and online registration.

source: APGO

Plan to attend APGO's 2014 Annual General Meeting & Conference on June 12th at One King West Hotel, Toronto. We have interesting presentations lined up. Our 2014 AGM & Conference webpage and online registration will be live on the...

source: APGO

A new study from French scientists is suggesting that in the future, we may be able to protect our cities from earthquake damage by surrounding them with a "seismic invisibility cloak." Scientists studying invisibility cloaks have been using metamaterials, which are materials...

source: Yahoo!

Mining across Northern Ontario is seen as the next economic wave for the region. Often, however, the reality of what happens with minerals found in the region, and what impact they can have in the world is not fully realized. Near Constance Lake First Nation, at the company's...

source: Net Newsledger

While it seems like no time ago, almost five years have passed since the Premiers of Canada's 13 provinces and territories agreed together to revise and change Chapter 7 of the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).

source: Keith Johnson, BA, MBA, and Oliver Bonham, P.Geo., FCG


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