CIM is a multi-faceted Institute comprised of a governing council, committees, technical societies, branches and student chapters. Our community of professionals dedicate their time and expertise to build relationships, set leading practices, share knowledge, advance our careers and support one another to ensure a prosperous industry.
CIM Executive Committee
The ExComm is responsible for leading strategic planning and developing and implementing business practices related to human resources within the CIM ecosystem.
CIM is governed by a Council that is responsible for representing branches and societies as well as the CIM organization as a whole.
The President's Council provides guidance and advice to the sitting President in the spirit of collaboration and leadership continuity.
Standing and ad hoc committees play a vital advisory role for Council and provide leadership through standards, guidelines, publications and events.
Audit & Risk Committee
Standards Guidelines & Leading Practices Directorate
CIM societies are grouped by interest and expertise. They facilitate professional growth, knowledge-sharing and industry leading practices through conferences, university partnerships, workshops and publications.
Canadian Mineral Processors Society
Metallurgy & Materials Society
Rock Engineering Society
Surface Mining Society
Health & Safety Society
Management & Economics Society
Districts and branches
CIM districts and branches are organized by location. They are instrumental in strengthening local networks, improving technical skills, participating in conferences, publications and awards and supporting CIM student chapters.
CIM student chapters take education beyond the classroom, giving students a chance to hone their networking skills and supporting the development of future industry leaders.
CIM National Office
CIM headquarters are located in Montréal, Québec and supports the CIM community through events, trade shows, publications, websites, social media, partnerships and through the many services we provide our constituents.
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