The NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines has been the voice of the Northern mining and exploration industry since 1967. The overall goal of the Chamber is to promote the industry and the north to Northerners, Canadians and the world at large. The Chamber advises governments, regulatory agencies, investors, Aboriginal groups, the media, schools and universities, and the public on industry positions and initiatives. The Chamber’s primary objective is to encourage, assist and stimulate the prosperous, orderly and environmentally responsible development and growth of mining and mineral exploration in the NWT and Nunavut.
The Québec Mining Association (QMA) was founded in 1936 and speaks for all mining companies producing metals and minerals and their constituent mines, metallurgy companies, mining contractors and junior mining companies established in Québec. Members of the QMA are a majority of companies producing metals and industrial minerals in Québec. Other members include suppliers, organizations, institutions and partners, who can participate in the Association’s activities and take advantage of its credibility and notoriety.
The QMA assures a strong voice in the media and all levels of government, elected officials and other stakeholders in order to defend its members’ interests. It also works to bring together all the players in the mining industry, through regular events as well as networking activities.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance is a research organization that helps energy professionals generate opportunities.
Leveraging the most sophisticated new energy data sets in the world, Bloomberg New Energy Finance synthesizes proprietary data into clear narratives that frame the financial, economic and policy implications of emerging energy technologies.
BNEF clients include corporate strategy and business development professionals, finance professionals (traders, analysts, portfolio managers), as well as policy makers and regulators. BNEF work with the largest corporations across utilities and generation, oil & gas, equipment manufacturers, banking and finance, and government.
For over 130 years, Canadian Mining Journal has provided articles and information of practical use to those who work in the technical, administrative and supervisory aspects of exploration, mining and mineral processing in Canada. With over 27,000 readers from coast to coast and a long-established reputation for editorial quality and depth on topics that matter, Canadian Mining Journal is the only non-association publication that can deliver your advertising message to the key-decision makers in Canada’s mining and mineral processing industry. Professional art direction and generous use of four-color graphics ensure an attractive milieu for your advertisement. Published ten times a year by The Northern Miner Group, this glossy magazine has competitive advertising rates and excellent customer service.
The Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce is the member organization to promote and enhance Canadian and German business interests in both countries. The Chamber is also the official partner of the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy to represent German economic interests in Canada. The Chamber supports businesses by providing market entry services, organizing business events to improve business relationships, and uses its unique position with the Canadian and German authorities to promote a favourable business environment.
For more than 18 years, we always place our clients first. Throughout our organization, the people who make up Sussex Strategy Group are committed to helping our clients – companies and organizations – succeed at meeting their respective objectives. While the power and speed at which we communicate has changed, and will continue to change, our commitment to exceptional service will never waver. Our goal is to continue to communicate with more people, in more places with bigger and better ideas constantly making more impact.
APPrO is a non-profit trade organization representing Ontario’s independent power producers and related businesses. Our membership is made up of more than 100 companies involved in the generation of electricity in Ontario, including generators and suppliers of equipment as well as legal and consulting services.
Twenty two of APPrO’s generator members produce 50% of Ontario’s electricity from clean and renewable sources including co-generation, hydro-electric, gas, nuclear, wind energy, waste wood, and solar.
Only APPrO focuses 100% on the business issues of power producers in Ontario. APPrO members build independent power projects and are premier electricity suppliers in Ontario, across Canada and elsewhere in the world. Our varied membership provides an all-inclusive view of the market and positions APPrO as the leading advocacy group for generators in Ontario, giving voice to all parts of Ontario’s generation sector.
The Ontario Mining Association (OMA) was established in 1920 to represent the mining industry of the province and is one of the longest serving trade organizations in Canada. We have a long history of working constructively with governments and communities of interest to build consensus on issues that matter to our industry and to the people of this province.
Our success in advocating for industry advancement is based on our ability to harness the collective strength our highly engaged members. We are proud to serve as a focal point for discussions on the issues and opportunities facing our community and to offer our members a unified voice on matters of public policy and opinion. Our goal is to overcome challenges that impede the competitiveness of responsible operations and to foster an environment that bolsters mining’s potential to be the cornerstone of Ontario’s new, innovation-oriented green economy.
Resource World Magazine reports on the business of mining, oil & gas, green technologies and the events that affect these sectors. The magazine provides a platform to profile companies on a non-advertorial basis and has no paid editorial. Resource World provides readers with an objective perspective, relevant, timely information, is committed to its policies of journalistic integrity and remains a reliable source for information about the resource sector.
Since 1935, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has been the national voice of the Canadian mining industry. Working alongside our members, MAC promotes the industry nationally and internationally, works with governments on policies affecting the sector and educates the public on the value mining brings to the economy and the daily life of Canadians.
MAC members account for most of Canada’s production of base and precious metals, uranium, diamonds, metallurgical coal, mined oil sands and industrial minerals, and are actively engaged in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication.
The MAC mission is to contribute to building a strong, sustainable and internationally competitive Canadian mining, minerals and metals industry with broad national support and to promote sound corporate and public policy.
Clean Energy Pipeline is the leading independent source of news, data and analytics about the Clean Energy sector. Our team delivers real-time business news and identifies the latest and most relevant regulatory and policy announcements, investment, M&A and project finance news, new funds and fund closes. This news is supplemented with opinion-pieces based on in-depth interviews with senior-level executives, advisers, investors and policy-makers.