Visit any of the websites below to learn from a wide array of organizations associated with the mining industry.
Saskatchewan Polytechnic provides education for every sector of the economy.
Founded in 1898, the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum is the leading technical society of professionals in the Canadian minerals, metals, materials and energy industries. With over 12,000 national members, CIM strives to be the association of choice among for professionals in the minerals industries.
The Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) is a non-profit organization established in 1960 to represent the nuclear industry in Canada and promote the development and growth of nuclear technologies for peaceful purposes.
Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is a federal government department specializing in the sustainable development and use of natural resources, energy, minerals and metals, forests and earth sciences.
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.
The Ontario Mining Association (OMA), founded in 1920, represents companies engaged in the environmentally responsible exploration, production and processing of minerals in the province.
The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) exists to protect and promote the interests of the Canadian mineral exploration sector and to ensure a robust mining industry in Canada.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources co-ordinates, develops, promotes and implements policies and programs of the Government of Saskatchewan that strengthen and diversify the Saskatchewan economy. Energy and Resources is the lead provincial government agency to spur growth and development of the province's resource sector.
The Coal Association of Canada, headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, represents companies engaged in the exploration, development, use and transportation of coal.
The mission of GAC is to facilitate the scientific well-being and professional development of its members, the learned discussion of geoscience in Canada, and the advancement, dissemination and wise use of geoscience in public, professional and academic life.
The Mining Association of British Columbia (MABC) speaks on behalf of mineral producers and advanced development companies involved in the exploration, development and smelting of minerals in British Columbia, Canada. In doing so, it has come to be regarded as the predominant voice of mining in British Columbia.
MAC's mission is to promote, through the collective action of members, the growth and development of Canada's mining and mineral-processing industry, for the benefit of all Canadians.
The Yukon Chamber of Mines supports and promotes the mineral exploration community and related services by disseminating information to the public and governments.
WIM/WiN Saskatchewan is a provincial organization composed of individuals employed in, associated with, or interested in the mining industry in Saskatchewan. The Organization is NOT limited to women only. Check out A Stepping Stone For Students which discusses the many ways WIM/WiN supports students entering the mining and nuclear industries.