Virtual / Tickets Required
• Chris Collins, P.Geo., Chief Mining Advisor, British Columbia Securities Commission
• Victoria Yehl, P.Geo., Senior Geologist, British Columbia Securities Commission
• Darin Wasylik, P.Geo., Senior Geologist, British Columbia Securities Commission
• Craig Waldie, P.Geo., Senior Geologist, Ontario Securities Commission
• James Whyte, P.Geo., Senior Geologist, Ontario Securities Commission
• Marie-Claude Brunet-Ladrie géo. Géologue, Autorité des marchés financiers
• Luc Arsenault, P.Geo. Senior Manager, Mining, Toronto Stock Exchange
• Sally Gillies, Senior Manager, Geologist, TSX Venture Exchange
While NI 43-101 is a national rule, responsibility for overseeing compliance with the rule falls to each of the 10 provincial and 3 territorial securities regulators in Canada. In order to provide an effective and consistent regulatory approach, technical staff from the main mining jurisdictions in Canada work together to ensure harmonized oversight of the rule.
This course will include presentations by technical staff from the main Canadian Securities Administrators mining jurisdictions (BC, ON, QC) along with the TSX outlining the fundamental principles and disclosure requirements of NI 43-101 and technical reports. The format of the course will include both morning presentations and an afternoon panel discussion and question and answer session that will examine how companies and qualified persons can provide compliant technical disclosure at all stage of a mineral project. Examples and common situations and practical solutions for complying with the disclosure requirements will be discussed with ample time provided to address attendee questions.
- Role of the CSA securities regulators in providing a harmonized approach to oversight of NI 43-101
- Reliance of NI 43-101 on professional associations and technical societies in maintaining the quality and confidence in mining disclosure
- The gatekeeper role of a qualified person
- Overview of recent updates to exploration best practices and as the estimation of mineral resources and mineral reserves best practices published by the CIM
- Results of compliance reviews on disclosure of mineral resource estimates in technical reports as outlined in CSA Staff Notice 43-311
This virtual short course will include a morning presentation (8:30 AM to 12:00 PM) by technical staff from the CSA mining jurisdictions along with TSX/TSX-V staff. The afternoon session (1:30 PM to 4:00 PM) will include a panel discussion and question and answer session by the same technical staff.
|AME Member Student/Senior Price*||$30.00|
*Senior price is only available with Senior Conference Pass.