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CIM Sudbury BCIM Oil Sands Branch January 20
Theophile Yameogo
Lecture: Industry 4.0 and Digital Transformation
Contact: Mitchell Carter
Mitchell.Carter@dal.ca

University of Alberta CIM Student Chapter January 21
Theophile Yameogo
Lecture: Industry 4.0 and Digital Transformation
Contact: Hannah Zhao
menghan1@ualberta.ca

CIM Sudbury Branch January 23 
Mayana Kissiova 
Lecture: Tailings, waste rock and water are by-products of the mining industry
Contact: Colin Pegues 
colin.pegues@vale.com

Centre E4m - Université Laval January 31
Mayana Kissiova
Lecture: Gestion des résidus miniers, des stériles et de l’eau – pourquoi en parler
Contact: Émilie Bédard
e4m@fsg.ulaval.ca

ESRS Webinar February 13
Betty-Ann Heggie
Lecture: The Gender Physics Leadership Advantage
Contact: Laurel Acacia
To register: https://esrs-gender-physics-webinar.eventbrite.ca

CIM Sudbury Branch February 26
Betty-Ann Heggie
Lecture: The Gender Physics Leadership Advantage
Contact: Colin Peges
colin.pegues@vale.com

Western University (London, ON) February 28
Nathan Stubina
Lecture: At the Intersection of Technology, Innovation and Diversity in Mining
Contact Elizabeth Steyn
esteyn2@uwo.ca

Western University (London, ON) March 6
Theophile Yameogo
Lecture: Industry 4.0 and Digital Transformation
Contact Elizabeth Steyn
esteyn2@uwo.ca

CIM Saskatoon Student Chapter March 12
Nathan Stubina
Lecture: At the Intersection of Technology, Innovation and Diversity in Mining
Contact: Tristin McDonald
tristin.mcdonald@usask.ca

CIM Sudbury Branch April 16
Theophile Yameogo
Lecture: Industry 4.0 and Digital Transformation
Contact: Christine Bertoli
christine.bertoli@deswik.com

CIM GTA West May 28
Mayana Kissiova 
Lecture: Tailings, waste rock and water are by-products of the mining industry
Contact: Mary Murray
murrayme2013@gmail.com

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