A number of scandals have scarred the Canadian mining industry over the years. In the 1990s, the impact of the Bre-X fraud led to a significant decrease in the public's confidence towards the industry and consequently to a drastic reduction of financing. As a response to foment investment once again, Canadian authorities developed codes and regulations to ensure that the public receives accurate and timely information from mining companies listed on stock exchanges within Canada.
This course is a high-level review of the Canadian codes and regulations. As part of the course, you will learn about:
- the important role Canada plays in raising and spending capital around the world,
- the reasons why these codes and regulations where put in place,
- how the Canadian codes compare to international ones, and
- how the National Instrument 43-101 (the Instrument) and the codes are used in conjunction with other instruments to ensure proper and timely disclosure.
We will also review practical aspects of the Instrument, and look at good and bad examples of its application. Student participation is encouraged as we work through the real-life examples and identify problems with non-compliant disclosures.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- explain the purpose of the Instrument,
- know where to look for critical information within public disclosures, and
- critically read press releases and technical reports to see if they conform with the Instrument.
Who Should Attend?
This course is aimed at an international audience of mining professionals (including geologists, explorationists, and engineers) that work at mines owned by Canadian mining companies who need to understand why project disclosure for Canadian-listed miners is important. It is also relevant for regulators, mining analysts, mineral economists, and anyone wanting to understand more about best practice project disclosure, and what to watch out for when critically reviewing an NI 43-101 report issued by a Canadian-listed mining company.
Prior to the course, registered delegates have access to the online e-learning material on Edumine. Students are strongly encouraged to work through the online course Mineral Project Reporting Under NI 43-101.
Certificate in Mining Studies
This course qualifies for one day of short course credit for the Certificate in Mining Studies (CMS), a continuing education program of accredited short courses, webcasts and online courses for lifelong learning in mining, supported by University of British Columbia, University of Arizona and University of Concepción. more details »
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Registered participants who attend the entire webcast and complete an evaluation at the end of the course will receive a Certificate of Attendance, confirming the Professional Development Hours (PDH)/Continuing Education Units (CEU) earned. Please confirm with your employer and/or professional association that this course qualifies for CPD.
This webcast will be held from 8:00am to 11:00am PDT/Vancouver, Canada time.
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This webcast is divided into three sessions, one per day, with following topics:
Capital—sources and uses
- The sources of capital
- The end uses of capital
- The role of Canada in financing exploration and mining
- The deployment of capital in Canada, Latin America, and the world
Codes and regulations
- The Canadian code
- Other international codes
- Qualified Persons in Canada and in Latin America
- The regulatory system in Canada
- The use of National Instrument 43-101
- Other relevant National Instruments
Applications and examples
- Review of actual press releases and technical reports
- Examples showing what information can be given and how
- Examples ranging from early exploration projects to mines in production
- Examples of bad declaration and the implications for the guilty companies
How to Register
To register yourself, click the ‘Register Now’ button and complete the online registration form.
To register on behalf of someone else, or to register groups of 2 or more, please contact us; discounts may apply.
Questions? Please contact Edumine: +1 604 683 2037 or email@example.com and we will get back to you during regular business hours, Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm Pacific Time.
Online registration ends 15 minutes prior to the webcast; however phone registration can be accepted up to the start of the webcast. Please call +1 604 683 2037 ext. 259 for last-minute reservations. Webcasts fill up quickly. Early booking is advised!
The fee covers the lecture, access to electronic course notes, Pre-Course e-Learning and a certificate of attendance.
Early Bird: there is a 10% discount if you register at least 30 days prior to the course start date. A 10% discount is offered for groups of 5 or more OR if you provide your Annual Edumine subscription User ID at time of registration. The maximum discount that can be applied is 20%.
This webcast is designed for both individual and group participation and would make an excellent company-sponsored in-house training event. If you have a group of twenty or more who would like to attend this course from one location, please contact us at +1 604 683 2037 for special pricing.
How Webcasts Work
It's easy and our webcast saves on fees, travel and time! You will be able to ask questions and have live discussions during the webcast just as if you were there in person. At the time of the webcast, you connect to the internet, call in to a toll/toll-free number to hear and talk through the telephone or simply listen and speak over your headset/PC speakers using Voice over IP (VoIP). You see the presentation as well as the instructor on your computer screen.
To attend this webcast, you will need a computer with a high-speed internet connection (DSL or cable). You will also need a phone line or integrated microphone in your PC or a headset. For your comfort, it is recommended that you use a speaker phone or headset to connect to the webcast. Our system will support both PC and Apple computers using Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers.
Accessing the Webcast
One day prior to the webcast, you will be emailed a link for the webcast. About 15 minutes before the scheduled starting time, simply go to the website provided in the email. You should be able to simply click on the link in the email; however, some email programs may require that you copy the address and paste it into your browser's address bar. You will be asked to enter your name and email address, and you will need to enter the password that was sent to you in the email. Once you have logged in, a screen will pop up with the Voice over IP option or a toll/toll-free telephone number to call. Of course, our team is available to help if you have any questions about accessing the webcast: +1 604 683 2037 ext. 259.
Terms and Conditions
By submitting the webcast registration form, you agree to pay the associated fees in full before the course start date.
Notice of cancellation must be given in writing by letter, fax or email and action will be taken to recover, from the delegates or their employers, that portion of the fee owing at the time of cancellation.
If a delegate submits written notice of cancellation 10 or more business days prior to the first day of the webcast, Edumine will refund the cost of the webcast.
If a delegate submits written notice of cancellation prior to the webcast but within 9 business days of the first day of the webcast, Edumine will refund the delegate's payment less a 10% administration fee.
If a delegate submits written notice of cancellation after the webcast has started, or misses all or a portion of the webcast without notice, no refund will be granted.
Edumine reserves the right to cancel an advertised course on short notice. It will endeavour to provide participants with as much notice as possible, but will not accept liability for costs incurred by participants or their organisations as a result of the course being cancelled or postponed. If a course is cancelled, fees will be refunded in full. Edumine also reserves the right to postpone or make such alterations to the content of a course as may be necessary.