The Atlantic Canada Mining Alliance

Upcoming Event: Atlantic Edge Investment Showcase - PDAC 2022 June 14, 2022 Toronto, Ontario

The Atlantic Canada Mining Alliance

Upcoming Event: Atlantic Edge Investment Showcase - PDAC 2022 June 14, 2022 Toronto, Ontario

Save the Date: Atlantic Edge Investment Event - PDAC 2022

The Atlantic Provinces have a long history of successful mining across a diverse range of mineral commodities. Our world class discoveries are fueling the world's transition to a zero carbon energy future. Our Gold projects are the talk of the industry. Interested in hearing more about your next investment opportunities? From Antimony to Zinc, Atlantic Canada has the capability to supply world markets.   

To hear more about Atlantic Canada mining, our Alliance is organizing a company showcase with a series of presentations highlighting advanced exploration and early to late stage development projects in Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Firms with gold, base metals, industrial minerals, and critical minerals (including rare earths) projects will be featured. 

While the final agenda is being set, please note that talks are being held June 14, 2022 from 10:00 am to noon, and 2 to 4 pm in Room 103 of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building). A networking reception will shortly follow at 4:15 to 6 pm. 

Advance Registration is available here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/atlantic-edge-investment-event-2022-tickets-337286592277 

EXPLORE THE ATLANTIC EDGE

 

Atlantic Canada has mined and exported mineral products to the world for more than 150 years. The region shares much common geological heritage, including a rich, diverse and widespread endowment of mineral resources. Collectively, the Atlantic Provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia have seen commercial production of almost 30 different commodities. Despite this, including the discovery and development of world-class base metal and iron ore mines, and multi-million-ounce gold deposits, large parts of this region remain underexplored utilizing modern tools and new concepts.

 

Current production comes from 28 operating mines that produce more than a dozen different commodities, including base metals, precious metals, iron ore and industrial minerals. The value of production is significant and has varied from C$3.6 billion in 2017 to over C$6.0 billion in 2021.

 

Gold is currently the main exploration target, with base metals, particularly zinc and copper, a close second. Industrial minerals and specialty metals represent an important component of the Atlantic mineral sector, and exploration for these commodities proceeds apace. Improving iron ore prices are spurring positive new developments in the world-class iron district of western Labrador.

 

Although most current exploration is focussed in historic mining areas with available infrastructure or in highly prospective, district-scale mineral belts, new greenfields projects are ongoing. There are many advanced-stage projects with NI 43-101 compliant resources, while several have PEA, pre-feasibility and/or feasibility studies completed.

 

New players in the region can readily avail of Atlantic Canada’s skilled local work force, and its long tradition of mining experience and expertise. The area is home to many experienced prospectors, and an extensive network of mining service and supply companies. Governments facilitate new growth by investing heavily in infrastructure, geoscience and R&D, and by providing enhanced industry incentives, modern regulatory frameworks, and free online dissemination of extensive technical databases.

Contact Us

info@atlanticcanadaminingalliance.com