Lecture Series

Goodman School of Mines

The Goodman School of Mines Lecture Series were created to present current topics of importance and interest about the mining industry to students, graduate students, alumni, industry professionals and members of the community. Each lecture will be recorded, with the permission of the speaker, so that anyone can access the content at anytime from anywhere in the world.   The vision of the lectures is to promote an environment in which the participants can ask questions and learn first-hand from experienced industry professionals in a broad variety of topics that encompass the scope of the mining industry as a whole.   Browse this page to find all of the important information about our Lecture Series events and even watch past Lectures online.

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A global perspective of Canada’s resource industry, and the leadership role played by professional Earth Scientists and Engineers

January 8, 2019 at 7:00 p.m.

Fraser Auditorium, Laurentian University

Free Admission

Against the current backdrop of global trade challenges, getting products to growing markets, ‎and Canada’s GDP reliance on our resources, Robert presents a timely review of Canada’s contribution to the Global Resource sector, the role played by Earth Science professionals, and concludes with a review of the profitable Brucejack Gold Mine in northern British Columbia, and its contribution to the Canadian economy.

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