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A free interactive 2 day workshop that gives First Nations communities a look into modern mineral exploration and mining.

A free interactive 2 day workshop that gives First Nations communities a look into modern mineral exploration and mining.

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    Mining - What's it all about? Mining - What's it all about? Document Transcript

    • Mining – What’s It All About? August 28-29, 2012What: Why: First Nations input about projects on their traditional land is critical for the well-being• A free, interactive two-day workshop that of their communities. gives First Nation communities a look into modern mineral exploration and mining. Where: Thunderbird Hall, Campbell River• The course will be presented by Dr. Jim Morin, an engaging BCIT instructor and member of When: August 28 and 29, 2012 8:30am - 4:30pm the Metis community.• The first day is spent in the classroom; the Who: Everyone is welcome! First Nations second day is a field trip to local geological community leaders, councillors, Elders, sites. personnel involved in land use and planning, community relations, and economic• Complimentary snacks and lunches will be development officers should consider provided on both days. attending. Pre-registration is required and spots are sure to fill quickly. Registration deadline is August 20, 2012. Questions or interested in participating? Please contact Angel Sit at Geoscience BC by telephone at 604.662.4147 or by email sit@geosciencebc.com Course Sponsored By: