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October 2018

Women in Mining Canada & Mines and Money Drinks Reception

October 16
Delta Toronto Hotel, Kensington A Ballroom, 75 Lower Simcoe St
Toronto, Ontario M5J 3A6 Canada
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FREE

In celebration of our partnership with Mines and Money, we’re hosting a free drinks evening in Toronto Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 and we’d love for you to join us.        Date: Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 Time: 7:00 pm (EST);     Doors (and the bar) open for the event at 6 pm Location: Kensington A Ballroom, Delta Toronto Hotel        To help us estimate numbers please RSVP:  Click HERE to reserve your place.   We hope to see you…

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May 2018

Women in Mining Canada 2018 Rick Hutson Memorial Award and Student Trailblazer Award Winners; Christine Petch & Aimee Harper Discuss Mentorship; Formal and Informal Methods

May 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
FREE

Tune into our 2018 Rick Hudson Award and Student Trailblazer Award Webcast and Listen to: Aimee Harper and Christine Petch Discuss Mentorship Please join Women in Mining Canada and its “Trailblazer Selection Committee” in celebrating Christine Petch and Aimee Harper as the winners of the 2018 Women in Mining Canada Rick Hutson Memorial Award and Student Trailblazer Award. The purpose of these awards is to bring national recognition to women in mining in Canada. By honouring women we hope to: draw…

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Women in Mining Canada 2018 Indigenous & Student Indigenous Trailblazer Award Winners; Nalaine Morin & Rachel Ambrus Discuss How The Culture of Mining Has Changed

May 1 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
FREE

Tune into our 2018 Indigenous and Student Indigenous Trailblazer Webcast and Listen to: Nalaine Morin and Rachel Ambrus Discuss How The Culture of Mining Has Changed Please join Women in Mining Canada and its “Trailblazer Selection Committee” in celebrating Nalaine Morin and Rachel Ambrus as the winners of the 2018 Women in Mining Canada Indigenous and Student Indigenous Trailblazer Awards. The purpose of the award is to bring national recognition to women in mining in Canada. By honouring women we hope to: draw…

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April 2018

Women in Mining Canada 2018 Trailblazers; Heather Bruce-Veitch and Patricia Tirschmann Share Their Stories

April 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
FREE

Tune into our 2018 Trailblazer webcast and listen to: Heather Bruce-Veitch and Patricia Tirschmann's Trailblazing Journey Please join Women in Mining Canada and its “Trailblazer Selection Committee” in celebrating Heather Bruce-Veitch and Patricia Tirschmann as the winners of the 2018 Women in Mining Canada Trailblazer Award. The purpose of the award is to bring national recognition to women in mining in Canada. By honouring women we hope to: draw attention to the important role women have in the industry, encourage…

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March 2018

WOMEN IN MINING CANADA PDAC 2018 MINING FOR DIVERSITY COCKTAIL AND AWARDS EVENT

March 6 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

The PDAC 2018 Mining for Diversity Cocktail and Awards Event celebrates diversity and inclusion in the mining and resources industry. Join our lead sponsor, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) women and men from the mining industry on March 6th, 2018 at 16h30 to 18h00, North Building, Level 100 - Hall 105/6, Metro Convention Centre, for an evening of networking, appetizers and cocktails. Awards will be presented to individuals who have been instrumental in enabling the increase of a diverse workforce and…

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February 2018

University of Toronto panel discussion on “Navigating Challenges and Changes in the Dynamic Mining Industry”

February 7 @ 5:00 pm
Hart House, University of Toronto, 7 Hart House Circle
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H3 Canada
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Mining is inherently a risky business, closely following the volatility and associated cyclicity of the commodity market. The mining industry must continuously adapt and implement new technologies and practices, and as such, innovation and resilience are key. Women in Mining University of Toronto is excited to announce our upcoming panel discussion, entitled: ‘Past, Present, and Future: Navigating Challenges and Changes in the Dynamic Mining Industry.” This panel discussion will be held in the Debates Room, on the second floor of…

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January 2018

WIM Student Trailblazer Award NOMINATION DEADLINE

January 31

Women in Mining Canada (WIMC) wishes to recognize those women students who have played a pivotal role in their studies /with other students/at their school/highlighting the role of women in the industry. The Student Trailblazer Award consists of a CAN$500 prize, as well as the opportunity to represent both students and Women in Mining Canada at various events throughout the year. The winner will also chair next year’s selection committee for the Award. The winner of the Award will be expected to attend the Women…

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WIM Indigenous Student Trailblazer Award NOMINATION DEADLINE

January 31

Women in Mining (WIM) Canada wishes to recognize those Indigenous women students who have played a pivotal role in their studies /with other students/ at their school/highlighting the role of Indigenous youth and women in the industry. The Indigenous Student Trailblazer Award consists of a CAN$500 prize, as well as the opportunity to represent both students and Indigenous Women in Mining Canada at various events throughout the year. The winner will also chair next year’s selection committee for the Award.…

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WIM Rick Hutson Memorial Award for Mentorship NOMINATION DEADLINE

January 31

Women in Mining Canada at their annual PDAC WIMC awards ceremony recognize those nominees who have mentored women along their journey, either in school or in their careers in Mining, highlighting the role of women in the industry. Breaking into new fields is a daunting task at best, and the mining world presents numerous complexities. Women in Mining is dedicated to strengthening the lives and communities of women in the mineral and mining supply sector, through a knowledge and exchange…

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WIM Indigenous Trailblazer Award NOMINATION DEADLINE

January 31

We are pleased to invite nominations for the Indigenous Women in Mining Canada Indigenous Trailblazer Award, 2018. Many Indigenous women have contributed extensively to the development of the mineral industry in Canada. The Indigenous Trailblazer Award recognizes and celebrates these contributions. Nomination Criteria Candidates nominated for the WIM Canada Indigenous Trailblazer Award must be female and hold Canadian citizenship at the time of their accomplishments. Candidates and nominators do not need to be a member of WIM Canada or a…

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