Leading equipment, technology, processes and services will be on display at the Canadian mining industry's premier mining event.
The Technical Program explores the latest thinking in topics ranging from ethics and innovation in mining to best practices in mining operations.
The Expo! - Canada's Mining Marketplace will be open from May 10-12!
The Social Program offers a cornucopia of entertainment and networking opportunities.
Technical Papers Library
CIM’s Technical Paper Library represents a leading source of industry information and expertise.
CIM and its members actively foster the next generation of mining professionals. Networking opportunities and mentorship are on the program.
Go where buyers, planners, engineers, researchers and other technical experts, managers and directors meet the best equipment and service suppliers, focused on serving the needs of the mining industry. This is where it is happening!
Booths featuring the whole range of industry suppliers, consultants and equipment and service providers will -wow!- a whopping 7,000 participants, over a 3-day period. While the latest innovations get much attention, the variety of cost-effective solutions offered to visitors, points to more efficient and socially responsible mining activity. The CIM EXPO is representative of such a wide range of products and services that other industries are turning to the CIM EXPO.
Networking on The Expo! floor
Lunch and cocktail receptions at the CIM EXPO: Monday and Tuesday (May 11th and 12th , 12:00 to 14:00 and 15:30 to 17:00. Lunch and one drink ticket are included with the delegate registration fee.
And, if you need to sit and relax, or are looking for a spot to sip coffee while you seal the deal with a new client, the CIM Magazine Lounge is where you want to be.
In addition, a job fair will showcase opportunities at 15 companies.
Founded in 1898, the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) is the leading not for profit technical society of professionals in the Canadian Minerals, Metals, Materials and Energy Industries.
CIM has always maintained three main objectives:
to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and technology
to foster networking, professional development and fraternity
to recognize excellence and outstanding achievements in the minerals industry
14,600 CIM members and counting