Paul Blatter


CIM-Bedford Canadian Young Mining Leaders Award


CIM Fellowship

After graduating from McGill university in 1999 with a bachelors in metallurgical engineering, Paul Blatter began his career with Agnico-Eagle mines in Northwestern Quebec during the growth of Agnico-Eagle’s Laronde mine. Starting out a as production metallurgist and participating in Agnico’s project development team, he left Agnico in 2012 as metallurgy superintendent of the Laronde complex to take on a new challenges in the rare earths and gold spaces. Following three years of project development in Northern Ontario, in 2017 he returned to Agnico-Eagle as technical advisor, a position he still holds today.