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2013-05-09Minister Tony Clement pledges support to industry at CIM 2013 Convention plenary address

Hon. Tony Clement, president of the Treasury Board and minister for the Federal Economic Initiative for Northern Ontario (FedNor), pledged his support in developing the Ring of Fire in an opening address at the CIM 2013 Convention plenary, held Monday May 6 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Read more to find out about Clement's priorities for the year to come.


2013-05-08Diversity of opinions at Women in Mining forum

More than 100 participants engaged in this year’s thought-provoking Women in Mining forum. Discussions touched on female employment gaps in mining, specifically in non-traditional and senior management roles, along with company strategies for encouraging and increasing diversity and a philosophical and sociological dissection of gender. Read on for event highlights.


2013-05-07CIM's gems sparkle at annual awards gala

More than 500 of Canada’s brightest mining stars gathered for the 2013 CIM Awards Gala last night. Terrence Bowles, outgoing president, handed out CIM fellowship plaques and recognized 50-year CIM members. He also announced CIM’s Distinguished Lecturer awards. The John T. Ryan safety trophies, special recognition and various other national awards were also presented over the course of the evening. Read event highlights and see the full list of 2013 CIM Award Winners.


2013-05-07CIM Convention plenary digs deep into what makes leaders succeed

The wide-ranging, thoughtful and candid discussion in this year’s signature plenary session touched on the struggles leaders face today, which include skittish investors and a sometimes antagonistic public. Learn more.


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