SEG January 2019 Enews Update
- Similar to last year's Roundup in the photo above, SEG will be at Roundup 2019 January 28-31 distributing the SEG directory and promoting the Rock Room and Rock Talk at the SEG regional table on the way into the Trade Show and at BC Night.
- In preparation for representing NW BC at Roundup, we’re looking for photos of northwest exploration.
- Rock Talk 2019 on February 20 and 21 will feature an extraordinary exploration case study of the northwest with Don MacIntyre, JoAnne Nelson and Tom Richards laying the groundwork (no pun intended) and GT Gold VP Exploration Charlie Greig describing the details how they zeroed in Tatogga hole TTD093. Plus a lightning round of other NW projects.
- AME is looking for two contractors to take on two very interesting studies.
- And a heads-up on applying for Notices of Work
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Roundup 2019 Vancouver Convention Centre East January 28-31 SEND US YOUR PHOTOS
Smithers Exploration Group will have a strong presence at AME Roundup in 2019. We’ll be at all the major events, plus a regional table in the concourse outside the Trade Show on Monday January 28 and Tuesday January 29 and Tuesday at BC Night. We’ll have information on using SEG’s Rock Room for your 2019 field work, details on Rock Talk and the 2019 SEG directory. Check out the publication table in the registration area as well for your new copy of the SEG directory.
One of our objectives at Roundup is to promote northwest BC as the province’s most active exploration region. This year we’ll have a digital picture frame at the regional table. Please – send us your favourite photos for inclusion to email@example.com It’s one more opportunity to put your story front and centre.
Rock Talk 2019 February 20 and 21 Smithers
Rock Talk 2019 in Smithers is bringing together some of the names that have contributed to making northwest BC one of the most important mining camps in BC.
February 20: Dig into Babine-Nechako mineralized belts with regional experts Tom Richards and Don MacIntyre
February 21: Map the Golden Triangle with JoAnne Nelson and then drill down into GT Gold’s Saddle discoveries with Charlie Greig
February 21: Sample other exciting exploration projects in northern BC
All of this expertise will be presented with access to SEG's fabulous collection of Cordilleran Rock Suites. Tom, Don, JoAnne and Charlie bring it all home in two not-to-be-missed workshops with rocks, core and maps.
As an added bonus before the actual presentations begin, SEG is offering one-on-one time with two of the geologists who laid the foundations of the SEG rock suites. Tom and Don have generously offered the opportunity to go through the rocks with folks who show up on Wednesday morning February 20 at 10 am.
And the price for all of this? For $100 you get two workshops, updates on key northern BC projects, all lunches and coffee breaks, two receptions, new SEG cap and all the rocks you want to look at. Check the brochure for preliminary program details.
AME contract RFPs Deadline February 8
AME has posted two opportunities to help forward its strategic plan for this year. One is a RFP for a Study on the Economic Impact of Mineral Exploration to BC and its Communities; and the other is a Project Manager contract position to support the development of tools and guidance documents for AME members. Both are attached, summarized below and can be found here: https://amebc.ca/who-we-are/careers-at-ame/
Study of the Economic Impact of Mineral Exploration to BC and its Communities
AME is requesting proposals to undertake a study of the economic impact of mineral exploration to British Columbia including communities and Indigenous nations across the province. This study will support AME’s understanding of the benefits that mineral exploration provides to BC and in turn support AME’s work to advocate for its members. This study is primarily intended for AME staff and the board, but some or all of the study may be used in AME documents or publications which may be released to the government, Indigenous nations and the public.
Deadline for submission: February 8th, 2019
Development of Tools and Guidance Documents Contract Project Manager – From February to August 2019
AME is seeking a contract Project Manager to facilitate and manage the development of tools for AME members in the areas of social and environmental performance, Indigenous relations and health and safety management. The position will involve working with AME staff and committees, external experts and production companies to design and develop the tools and guidance documents using a variety of media such as videos, photos, lists, written documents and learning tools that may be presented in hard copy, online, or through social media and apps.
Deadline for applications: February 8th, 2019
Interim Guidelines Notice of Work
Jill Pardoe has asked SEG to give our members a heads-up on something she’s run into trying to use Natural Resource Online Services. Jill advises people currently filing Notices of Work to refer to the interim guidance on submitting NoWs sheet provided by Jill and perhaps call Front Counter BC in Smithers for clarification.