Kendra Johnston, AME President & CEO provides an update on what AME are doing to help support the minex community during this time. Visit our COVID-19 Information page for current information.
AME Staff Contact Information Update
AME Staff are working from home and available on cell phone numbers and e-mail; please see the updated contact information. The number for the reception is 604.689.5271. A reminder that the AME office is now closed to the public.
Time Extension Order on Claims, Licences & Leases, how does it work?
New information from the BC Government and this useful documentexplain how the extension order works which also answers many of the FAQ’s members had.Read more
Member Feedback required on flow-through funds
Would the temporary expansion of criteria for the use of flow-through funds to include desktop geological work and administrative costs help your company? Tell us how. Read moreand email your feedback to
5 Tips for Engaging First Nations during COVID-19
Sam Adkins from Blake, Cassels & Graydon and Robin Sidsworth from Teck Resources Limited provide ways to continue engagement with First Nations during COVID-19.
Call to Action - Essential Supplies Needed
Thank you! We have received
29 responses to the call to action for essential supplies. There is still a need for help with testing, triage & housing for vulnerable populations.
Read more. Business in Vancouver helped to spread the word, check out
Blog: Through the ESG Lens – Mining Companies In Action to Fight COVID-19
Ani Markova, an award-winning portfolio manager with more than 15 years' experience investing in global mining wrote about Environmental, Social and Governance during COVID-19. Read it in theAME Blog.
Government Assistance programs
Rob Stevens, AME’s Vice President interviewed Preston Parsons, a lawyer at Overholt Law to discuss government assistance programs during COVID-19.
Mentoring is a great way to give back to the industry by providing coaching and guidance and to help someone grow professionally. If you are interested in supporting new professionals entering our industry, the AME Mentorship Program still has mentoring opportunities available for this year.
If you have a background/experience in any of the following areas, we would like to hear from you.
Data science or machine learning
Environmental Science, specifically water or microbiology.