Founded in 1898, the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) is the leading not for profit technical society of professionals in the Canadian Minerals, Metals, Materials and Energy Industries.
CIM has always maintained three main objectives:
-to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and technology
-to foster networking, professional development and fraternity
-to recognize excellence and outstanding achievements in the minerals industry
CIM has over 14,600 members, convened from industry, academia and government. With 10 Technical Societies and over 35 Branches, our members help shape, lead and connect Canada’s mining industry, both within our borders and across the globe.
Mining Weekly is South Africa’s premier source of weekly news on mining developments in Africa’s most important industry. Mining Weekly provides in-depth coverage of mining projects and the personalities reshaping the mining industry. The publication is an essential source of information for those involved in the mining sector.
Engineering News, published weekly, is South Africa’s premier source of weekly real economy news on projects, products, policies, personalities and technoeconomic progress, covering a wide range of industries – from agroprocessing to information technology – mainly in South and Southern Africa.
PR Associates helps organizations globally with government and regulatory affairs, indigenous and rights holder affairs, corporate and stakeholder communication, public consultation and engagement, media relations, issues and emergency response communication and planning, executive training and communication research.
Marketwired provides news distribution and social communication solutions to public relations, investor relations and marketing professionals who represent companies of all sizes, from start-up to Fortune 500. By sharing market-moving, direct-from-source information with media, investors, social networks and consumers anywhere in the world, Marketwired plays a pivotal role in connecting news makers with news consumers.
The Peruvian – Canadian Chamber of Commerce plays a vital and active role in assisting Peruvian companies in Canada as well as Canadian companies in Peru to expand their business.
The Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA) is Ontario’s lead advocate, facilitator and catalyst for sector transformation and the transition to a more sustainable energy economy.
We are championing policy and regulatory change for a more sustainable society powered, heated, cooled and transported by a portfolio of sustainable energy.
The Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce is the member organization to promote and enhance Canadian and German business interests in both countries. The Chamber is also the official partner of the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy to represent German economic interests in Canada. The Chamber supports businesses by providing market entry services, organizing business events to improve business relationships, and uses its unique position with the Canadian and German authorities to promote a favorable business environment.
Since 1935, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has been the national voice of the Canadian mining industry. Working alongside our members, MAC promotes the industry nationally and internationally, works with governments on policies affecting the sector and educates the public on the value mining brings to the economy and the daily life of Canadians.
Our members account for most of Canada’s production of base and precious metals, uranium, diamonds, metallurgical coal, mined oil sands and industrial minerals, and are actively engaged in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication.
The Canada Colombia Chamber of Commerce (CCCC) is an independent, non-governmental business association headquartered in Toronto with a leading role of connecting players from private and government sectors to strengthen bilateral trade and investments between Canada and Colombia. The CCCC maintains close ties with the appropriate government departments and trade agencies both in Canada and Colombia. Funding for the CCCC is provided mainly through membership fees.
The NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines, which continues to serve companies operating in the NWT and Nunavut, has been the voice of the Northern mining and exploration industry since 1967. Its goals are to promote the industry and the North to Northerners, Canadians, and the world at large. It continues to speak out on industry opportunities, concerns and issues. It advises governments, investors, the media, educational institutions, and the public on industry positions and initiatives.
The Canada Mining Innovation Council (CMIC) is a national non-profit organization that coordinates and develops research development and innovation (RDI) projects and programs in response to life of mine challenges defined by its industry members. These 80 plus members include mineral exploration and mining companies and their service providers, working together towards common solutions to common challenges. This allows for shared financial and technology adoption risk, faster development of solutions and wider spread benefits. Challenges are defined and prioritized, and programs developed by CMIC technical groups. CMIC technical groups are led by Canadian company vice presidents and populated by leading industry experts in the fields of mineral exploration, extraction, processing, mine waste management and energy.
CanWEA, the Canadian Wind Energy Association, is the voice of Canada’s wind energy industry, actively promoting the responsible and sustainable growth of wind energy. A national non-profit association, CanWEA is Canada’s leading source of information on wind energy’s social, economic, health and environmental benefits for Canadian communities and provincial economies.Established in 1984, CanWEA represents the wind energy community — organizations and individuals who are directly involved in the development and application of wind energy technology, products and services.
Our members are Canada’s wind energy leaders. They are wind energy owners, operators, manufacturers, project developers, consultants, and service providers, and other organizations and individuals that support Canada’s wind energy industry.
HOMER Energy LLC is the world’s leading microgrid modeling software company. The HOMER (Hybrid Optimization of Multiple Energy Resources) microgrid software navigates the complexities of building cost effective and reliable microgrids that combine traditionally generated and renewable power, storage, and load management. With over 120,000 users in 193 countries, HOMER is the established global leader for microgrid design optimization and feasibility, and HOMER Energy is a nexus for the microgrid market.
CAMESE is a national, sectoral export trade association. It exist to support Canadian mining suppliers in global marketing and to assist foreign buyers in finding Canadian sources for mining equipment and services.
THEnergy focuses functionally on marketing, sales, and sustainability consulting. In addition, THEnergy takes a lead in four key areas:
-Renewables on Islands (new)
-Renewables and Mining
-Renewable energy and e-mobility for municipal utilities
-Renewable energy with crowdfunding and civic particpation
CanSIA is a national trade association that represents the solar energy industry throughout Canada. Since 1992, CanSIA has worked to develop a strong, efficient, ethical and professional Canadian solar energy industry with capacity to provide innovative solar energy solutions and to play a major role in the global transition to a sustainable, clean-energy future.
The Canadian Australian Chamber of Commerce (CACC) is a not-for-profit organisation whose focus is to build and strengthen trade and business connections between Australia and Canada.
CACC hosts and co-sponsors functions, events, cocktail receptions, trade delegations and presentations from business leaders and politicians from all major parties.
CACC maintains relationships with senior and operational level resources of Government in both Canada and Australia.CACC provides access to an extensive and growing network of individuals and organisations with an interest in the Canada-Australia business relationship.
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Welcome to the British Canada Chamber of Trade and Commerce.
Founded in 1951, the British Canadian Chamber of Trade & Commerce is governed by an elected Board and its mission is the promotion of the transatlantic business interests of its members. The Chamber is a private sector non-profit organization that receives no funding from either the Canadian nor British Governments, however the BCCTC maintains a close relationship and receives support from the British High Commission and its offices across Canada, and DFATD.
The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) is a not for profit organization that directs and coordinates step-change innovation in the areas of exploration, deep mining, integrated mine engineering, environment and sustainability for the metal mining industry. Our seasoned team of program and research directors lead industry-focused applied and academic research & development projects that extend from geology and engineering to the natural sciences. We are at the forefront of cross-sector collaboration. We offer a single point of entry for knowledge resources and human capital that enhances the scope, extent and impact of innovation for the metal mining industry globally.