Welcome to AME Roundup 2023: Day Four

26 January 2023

Welcome to the last day of AME Roundup 2023 – we hope you have enjoyed the conference so far! Download the Digital Daytimer, Abstract Guide, access the streaming platform (if your pass includes streaming), and read on for today’s highlights:

Day 4 – Thursday, January 26

BC, Yukon and Alaska

Beginning at 9 AM – Ballroom A

This ever-popular session covers a broad region in western North America with a diverse geologic history.

This year’s focus will be on a selection of exciting and innovative exploration programs across a range of commodities and deposit types in BC, Yukon, and Alaska.

Sponsored by AGAT Laboratories

Environmental, Social and Governance Session

Beginning at 9 AM – Ballroom B

British Columbia is a centre of excellence for mineral exploration and mining. Today, ESG best practices are as important as geology is to finding and developing a deposit. Join us for a conversation with leaders in ESG to discuss trends, economic interests and the relevancy of ESG best practices to explorers making today’s discoveries.

Sponsored by Teck and Redpath Mining

Beginning at 12:15 PM – Ballroom A

Please join us for closing remarks, the results of the AME Roundup Buddy vs Betty Mining for Miracles Pie Throw, and closing the market on Toronto Stock Exchange and TSX Venture Exchange on the last day of AME Roundup 2023!

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Sponsored by TMX

Daily Program

Core Shack

Sponsored by ALS Global

Exhibit Hall

Sponsored by PearTree

Project Generators’ Hub

Sponsored by Anglo American

Prospectors’ Tent

Sponsored by Rio Tinto

Poster Session

Sponsored by Newmont

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