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With only one month to go until our Early Bird Sale ends, we asked Kendra Johnston, Jill Tsolinas and Dale Mah what their favourite part of Roundup is. Watch the video below.
Early Bird Conference rates in effect until November 20, 2020

Did you know that you can save money on AME Webinars throughout the year when you bundle with your AME Membership and Roundup Registration? Find out how you can get access to all five AME Webinars in 2020/2021.
Every day, we select new inspirational speakers to present at Remote Roundup. Stay tuned for further speaker announcements coming soon.
Exhibit at Roundup
The Virtual Exhibit Hall will be an exciting feature of Remote Roundup and will present an unparalleled opportunity to virtually interact with a wide cross-section of companies working in the mineral exploration and development sector. Don't miss out; click below to add your name to the waitlist!
We would like to thank our confirmed Roundup sponsors for their support.
AME News
Opinion in The Province | Kendra Johnston
Kendra Johnston explores the reasons why exploring for minerals in B.C. has never been more important amid COVID-19, including what is required by the government to ensure B.C. remains globally competitive and open for responsible exploration.
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AME Photo Contest 2020
The AME 2020 Photo Contest is open for submissions until October 31, 2020. Keep sending your photos to jtownley@amebc.ca for you chance to win cash prizes and always tag #AMEInTheField on social media.
Thank you to our sponsor Enduro Metals.
Call for Nominations | 2021 AME Board of Directors
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia (AME), we invite you to send in nominations for the 2021 AME Board of Directors by Friday, October 30, 2020.
Deadline Extended | AME Award Nominations
Do you know someone who deserves recognition for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the mineral exploration industry? AME has extended the deadline for award nominations to October 30.
AME Events
AME MinEx Talks 2020

WATCH: Former MinEx Talks competitors join Zoom to remind you to attend next week’s 2020 Finale!
Featuring 2019 MinEx Talks Winner and 2020 Emcee Josh Serfass and his former boss Stephen De Jong, VRIFY CEO & AME Board Director.
Register to get access to all eight talks and the final event, plus the opportunity to cast your vote! Taking place at 12PM (PDT) October, 29, Emcee Josh Serfass will announce the top three speakers. Join the conversation for a live Q&A session followed by video networking.
Upcoming MinEx Talks:
Impact of Historical Data in 3D Modelling for Future Exploration
Ashley Kirwin, Orix Geoscience

Ashley Kirwin will discuss the opportunities of new emerging technologies that allow us to unlock historical data through the use of 3D models that give investors confidence, and generate strategic targets based on increased geological understanding.

Thursday, October 22 | 12 PM PDT | Talk Sponsor Scottie Resources Corp
Equity Sharing - Can it be demystified?
Jill Tsolinas, B.C. Centre of Training Excellence in Mining

Jill Tsolinas will explore that although there are polarizing views, when the complex topic of equity sharing is explored, common ground is often found. Jill challenges the idea that perhaps we should change our perspectives on equity sharing. Join Jill Tsolinas for this thought-provoking discussion.

Tuesday, October 27 | 12 PM PDT
Register Now | ESG: Implementation, Reporting and Disclosure
Peter Bradshaw, Aimee Boulanger and Jenifer Hill and moderator Shannon Bard dig deeper into exploring implementation, reporting and disclosure of ESG practices for junior companies.

Join us from 9:00AM - 10:30AM (PST) Tuesday, November 17 to gain an understanding of how the implementation of ESG can be scaled for junior companies and how reporting and disclosure are both practical and necessary.
Thank you to our Workshop and Webinar Series sponsor Newcrest Mining Limited.

Thank you to our Webinar sponsor Digbee.
Health & Safety Message from AME
It’s Hunting Season – Stay Safe!
As hunting season is now in full swing and many AME members are still in the field, we’d like to remind everyone to have safety top of mind and to make sure you are both seen and heard while in the field. Earlier this month, there were reports of shots fired in the proximity of a survey crew at work. A few reminders to help protect yourself and your team while conducting field work:

  • Know and understand the local hunting region you are in. What are people likely to hunt and when does the season start and end. Make this a part of your conversations with local Indigenous peoples and community members. BC information is here.
  • Make sure to always wear your safety vest and to make sure your vest is a colour that stands out in the current fall foliage. Depending on where you are, red may not be the best colour this time of year.
  • Wear a high visibility orange toque or hat to make extra sure your head is visible.
  • Carry a whistle, and use it if you hear shots fired anywhere in your vicinity.
  •  If you hear shots fired, assume it is no longer safe to be where you are. Start making your way back to camp, your truck or out to the nearest road, making sure you can both be seen and heard as you move.
  •  If you believe shots have been fired at you, leave immediately and call the local RCMP.

If you encounter any safety issues while in the field (or the office) please notify AME so that we can keep your fellow explorers updated with potential issues and reminders. Our goal is to have each and every one of you have a safe day, every day.
Industry Events
Geoscience BC Project Update Webinar Initial Results from Carbon Mineralization Potential for BC Project
Geoscience BC will host a public webinar from 10:00AM - 11:00AM (PDT) on Tuesday, November 3 to provide a technical overview of an initial report on the Carbon Mineralization Potential for BC project by research lead Dr. Gregory Dipple and colleagues. A final report and public data for the project are expected to be published in early 2021. Registration (free) is required here.
Keep a look out for more information on AME events, training offerings and articles. Keep up-to-date at amebc.ca.
Have a Safe Day Every Day.
Association for Mineral Exploration