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APGO is pleased to bring on board Dr. Christopher De Sousa to present online, his study on the management of brownfields in Ontario. The webinar is slated for November 27, 2018 from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. More information will be posted soon here.
Park'N Fly makes parking even more rewarding. Until December 21, 2018 earn 250 Bonus Aeroplan Miles when you park at Park'N Fly's Valet locations in Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver — and Self Park locations in Ottawa and Edmonton.
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Next Gen Geo
An introduction to drill hole visualization and implicit modeling in MS Excel
Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. — 4:00 p.m.
This six-hour session is aimed at introducing the concepts and methodology involved with three-dimensional implicit modelling for geologists and engineers. Learn more and register here.
Minerals to Mines: Monetizing your Geoscience Degree
Speaker: Lawrence Devon Smith, Principal Consultant at LDSA
Getting to Net Positive: A New Approach to Extractive Development
Speaker: Jane Church, Co-founder and Director of Collaboration for NetPositive
Thursday, November 1, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. — 8:00 p.m.
Free webcast is available. Learn more and register here.
Hosted by Ontario Water Works Association, and the Ontario Water Works Equipment Association
May 6-8, 2019 in Ottawa
The Conference continues to be the premier drinking water event in Ontario, consistently attracting over 900 delegates from all areas of our industry: operators and owners, manufacturers and suppliers, consultants, academics and regulators.
Wednesday, November 7th in Kitchener-Waterloo, ON, and on
Thursday, November 8th in Toronto, ON
This workshop is free of charge for all attendees, but please note that registration is required.
For more information and to register, click here.
Disclaimer: The media articles featured in Field Notes do not express or reflect the opinions of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario, or any employee thereof.
Northern Ontario Business
Is there really innovation in mining? And if not, how can the industry really foster technical changes for its long-term future?
Those were the main topics of discussion at the recent Student Night event of the Sudbury chapter of the Canadian Institute of Mining, with speaker Nathan Stubina, managing director of McEwen Mining, Inc.
He gave an interactive discussion on whether or not mining innovation is an oxymoron, fielding questions from the audience to gauge perceptions and opinions.
Northern Training Division is pleased to announce the successful third student induction for its Underground Hard Rock Miner Common Core program in partnership with Goldcorp Porcupine Gold Mines Borden Gold Project.
Eight new students have begun the 17-week program aimed at helping to both offer students useful and transferable skills and aid local mining companies in addressing the projected regional employee shortfall of 375 skilled miners by 2031.
The amount of ammonia in the town's wastewater declined dramatically recently — that's the good news — but why it did hasn't been determined.
Coun. Steven Baker asked about the "drastic drop in the numbers from August to September" when the water pollution control plant's monthly report came up at council's recent meeting.
Engineering consultant Jeff Graham said he and municipal staff had been debating how and why it happened "quite extensively for the last month and a half... and how we (can) keep it going."
Timmins Daily Press
No matter what the federal government has to say about the relaxed law regarding the use of recreational marijuana, it won't change the drug use policies set down by any of the major mining operations in the Timmins area.
Given that the people employed in the local mines and milling complexes often work with heavy equipment, expensive equipment and in some hostile environments, the buzzword is that any employee showing up for work must be unimpaired.
Securing outside feedstock is the key to a faster restart of a cobalt refinery in northeastern Ontario.
First Cobalt recently announced that it's in discussions with "several parties" to obtain an outside supply of feedstock that could help finance the restart of its mill near the town of Cobalt.
The Toronto junior miner is evaluating all aspects of how soon to reopen the shuttered operation it purchased in 2017, and position it as a toll milling facility.
In August 2016, a research team claimed to have unearthed evidence of life in a remote outcrop of 3.7 billion-year-old rocks in Greenland. This bold claim not only pushed back the origin of life by at least 220 million years, it also added to a growing body of evidence that challenged the standard story of Earth's violent beginning.
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