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January 2019 - Events and Updates 
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  • WIMBC Events
  • Upcoming Events
Welcome to our first newsletter of 2019!
WIMBC has launched a paid membership option for its members!  Your WIMBC membership will entitle you to member-only discounts on our signature events, as well as access to member-only events and additional benefits.
 

Annual paid members of WIMBC will receive:

  • Discounts for spring gala, the holiday party, and for all other paid events throughout the year

  • Lunch and learns and other sponsored events remain free

  • First priority for events where seating is limited

  • Sponsored events and door prizes for members only

 
Please visit our website for more information and/or if you'd like to become a member. Check back often to learn about upcoming events and special membership offerings!
Congratulations to Barbara Caelles, WIMBC's Director and Founder, on being featured in CIM Magazine!

Over a decades-long career, Barbara Caelles advocated for gender equity and was instrumental in developing strong networks for women in British Columbia’s mining industry and we at WIMBC couldn't be more proud (and lucky!) to have Barbara as a key member of our leadership team. Without her wisdom and guidance, WIMBC would not be the same organization it is today.


CIM Magazine is featuring Barbara's journey as part of their We are Mining series. Read the whole interview here. 

Building Connections: Meaningful, Mindful, Indigenous Relations

Topic: This discussion will explore building meaningful, mindful and stronger connections with Indigenous communities. A thought-provoking discussion on shifting corporate culture, adopting Indigenous nomenclature and Indigenizing Organizations.

Bio: Solomon Reece-Brass (Co-Founder & CEO | Indige Corp.)

Solomon is Tsimshian and Saulteaux; he is the first in three generations to be raised by his own parents because of the Indian Act. His late father was Victor Herman Reece, of the Gitga’at First Nation, a master carver and story-teller and Sharon Jinkerson-Brass, of the Key First Nation, a medicine carrier, writer and filmmaker. Solomon was raised in a contemporary and traditional environment, learning to walk in two worlds. He has combined his experiences of being raised in a traditional home with his education in business to form a unique corporate vision. Solomon has always been politically active, working to bring forward Indigenous perspectives and issues in mainstream politics. Solomon has worked in both the public and private sector. Solomon is passionate advocate of Indigenous Sovereignty, Cultural Reclamation, Economic Development and Reconciliation.
 
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   Your Story, Your Future – My Growth Plan


You are invited to an interactive workshop with other Women in Mining to discuss a strategic goal-setting approach for women business owners and professionals.
 

Date:                    Wednesday, January 16th            
Time:                    5:00-6:30pm
Place:                   TD Tower - 700 West Georgia Street, 10th Floor

 

Wine and appetizers will be served. This event is free.

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in Partnership with
 
TECH TALK: INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FROM GEOCHEMISTRY TO GEOMETALLURGY
 
Please join WIMBC and Bureau Veritas Minerals for a continental breakfast and hear Bureau Veritas Minerals' Craig Kenna, Vice President Commodities and Jamil Sader, Corporate Geochemist, present their talks, "From Geochemistry to Geometallurgy" and "Laser Ablation in Exploration and Mining".
 
Date:                    Monday, January 28th            
Time:                    8:30-10:30
Place:                   The Vancouver Club
Cost:                    $40

 
For more information on the technical talks, click here. To register, click on the Events tab on our website, select January 28th as the date and follow the instructions on the screen.Seating is limited so get your tickets early!
 
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Upcoming Events
Connect with thousands of mineral exploration leaders at Roundup 2019, January 28-31st. Every year, explorers from around the world come together to share their latest findings, stories, successes and innovative ideas to further the exploration industry. As the industry gains momentum, and sees a resurgence in many regions, Roundup’s theme, “Elements for Discovery” will combine the elements necessary for successful mineral exploration.  The event connects explorers, suppliers, financiers, innovators, Indigenous Peoples and groups and is underpinned by a world-renowned technical geoscience program.

Follow this link for more information.
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