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PGO, through its Geomorphology Subcommittee, prepared a submission to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry recently, providing recommendations to the Ministry with regards to updating...

source: PGO

July 14, 2020 One of the hallmarks of professionalism is effective collaboration. Professional geoscientists are bound by their ethics to conduct themselves with integrity, competence and commitment to public safety. ...

source: PGO

Deadline of submission: May 29, 2020 Don’t miss this opportunity to recognize a deserving P.Geo. who embodies excellence in geoscience profession and commitment to public safety by nominating them for this year’s PGO Award of Merit. Submit your nomination...

source: PGO

PGO congratulates Reno Pressacco of SLR Consulting for being the recipient of CIM’s 2020 Robert Elver Mineral Economics Award. The award recognizes his significant contribution to the mineral economics field in Canada. Congratulations, Reno!

source: PGO via CIM

Ontario’s “Ring of Fire” is a disputed deposit of minerals within Treaty 9 territory of Northern Ontario. Prior to the escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jonathan Wilkinson, the Minister of Environment and Climate...

source: Policy Options

The Skagit River in northwest Washington is the last best ecologically functional place in the Puget Sound. It provides one third of the fresh water flowing into the sound, generates electricity for millions of people, and hosts the most biodiverse array of aquatic and terrestrial...

source: Sierra Club


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