Newfoundland and Labrador's premier mineral exploration, mining conference and trade show

  • Dates:
    Oct 30 - Nov 02, 2013
  • Hours:
    From 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM
  • Location:
    Delta St-John's Hotel and Conference Centre, 120 New Gower St., St-John's, NL

Organized By

KEY CONTACTS:

Registration enquiries:

Tony Burgess, Email: tonyburgess@gov.nl.ca

Tel: 709 729-6445

Trade Show enquiries:

Greg Stapleton,

Tel 709 729-6071


Core Shack and Prospector Tent enquiries:

Phil Saunders,

Tel: 709 729-6193

Email: philsaunders@gov.nl.ca


Sponsorship enquiries:

Gord Button,

Tel: 709 729-5830

Email: gordbutton@gov.nl.ca

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Mineral Resources Review showcases all aspects of the mineral exploration and mining industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. It is Eastern Canada's largest mineral industry conference and trade show, attended by about 1000 registered delegates, trade show exhibitors and visitors. Events include a short course, 3-day technical session with government and industry keynotes, core shack displays, prospectors tent, a commercial trade show, a service providers' forum, the NL Mines Branch poster session, and a public lecture. The conference also features a wide array of social activities and networking opportunities.

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Event Detail

Highlights

JOIN IN THE ACTION: Learn more about:

  • Mining developments in Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Emerging exploration projects, province-wide
  • Geological Survey of Newfoundland and Labrador's geoscience projects
  • Exploration assistance programs, including support for prospectors
  • Mine reclamation and core storage programs
  • Online services
  • Public outreach, education and investment attraction initiatives
  • Supplies and services to the minerals sector
  • ... and much more.

Mineral Resources Review is a joint venture of the CIM Newfoundland Branch and the Newfoundland Department of Natural Resources (Mines Branch), and an anchor event of our annual Provincial Mining Week.