Extraction 2018 – August 26–29, 2018 • Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Extraction 2018 aims to bring a new opportunity to gather with your colleagues in the global extractive metallurgy community.

To be held in Ontario, the conference will focus on extractive topics, including business and economic issues.

Submit your abstract by November 30, 2017.

The conference is comprised of four technical themes and symposia:

• Hydrometallurgy 2018
• Gordon Ritcey Symposium: Advances in Hydrometallurgical Solution Purifcation Separations
• Processing of Critical Metals

• 7th International Symposium on Advances in Sulfide Smelting
• Peter Hayes Symposium on Pyrometallurgical Processing

Sulfide Flotation
Extractive Metallurgy Markets and Economics

Submit your abstract here.
Abstracts flyer here.
For conference details click here.

Today the Canada Mining Innovation Council (CMIC) announced a full application for a clean resources Supercluster, as part of the Government of Canada’s Innovation Superclusters Initiative. The CLEER (Clean, Low-Energy, Effective, Engaged and Remediated) Supercluster was prepared collaboratively on behalf of the mining sector by CMIC, CEMI, CIMRE, COREM, IMII and MSTA. This significant work would inject a $700M investment involving 162 partners across Canada. An exciting development for Canadian and global mining, CMIC referred to Canada’s mining sector as uniting to put forward this important, clean resources Supercluster application.

CMIC noted that this application builds on an existing mining innovation ecosystem. CMIC added that this funding application would boost Canada’s work as a global leader in clean resource development. CMIC is proactively working towards a goal to “transform mining towards a zero waste industry”, setting targets and providing resources to help the mining sector achieve significant inroads.

“If successful in the final application process, the CLEER Supercluster will provide widespread economic benefits across Canada, with the potential of creating more than 38,000 new, direct high-paying jobs and training opportunities within the cluster (>100,000 jobs including indirect sectors), anticipated GDP contribution exceeding $26B after five years, plus an additional 8,000 jobs and $21B in ripple effect impacts throughout Canada,” CMIC said.

CMIC said that a decision on the initiative is expected in early 2018. To read the statement, click here.

For further information, please contact:

Charles Nyabeze
Director Government Affairs
Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation
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Carl Weatherell
Executive Director and CEO
Canada Mining Innovation Council
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