We look forward to welcoming everyone as we go back to the East Building – Under the Sails! All sessions and displays will be on the Main Level at the Vancouver Convention Centre East in 2019. As we head into the fall and look forward to Mineral Exploration Roundup 2019, we will continue to post updates on newly scheduled programming and what we’re excited about on our social channels. Watch roundup.amebc.ca for regular updates and details on registration.
AME’S 36th annual Mineral Exploration Roundup conference is where leaders in mineral exploration connect. Roundup is a driving force for mineral exploration in Western Canada and the North and South American Cordillera. We look forward to bringing people together around exploration while they reconnect to explore all the elements for discovery.
Elements for Discovery
This year’s theme communicates all the elements, skills and activities that go into exploration, plus the elements, metals and minerals awaiting discovery. Roundup 2019 will highlight the elements necessary for successful mineral exploration and connect explorers, suppliers, financiers, innovators and Indigenous groups around a world-renowned technical geoscience program. The synergies we cultivate at Roundup will energize all of us to discover and deliver the elements needed to support our shared low carbon future.
Speakers and Technical Programs
Learn from technical and financial experts in the mineral exploration and development community. Explorers from around the world come together to share their latest findings, stories, successes and innovative ideas to further the exploration industry. Visit our website and hear more as Roundup 2019 speakers are announced!
Roundup 2019 Keynote Speaker
– to be announced
Official Opening Ceremonies
Monday, January 28
This session includes the proclamation declaring Mineral Exploration Week in British Columbia at an event attended by media and 600-plus leaders from mineral exploration and mining, investment, government and Indigenous groups.
Confirmed: Environment Health and Safety Awards Breakfast Keynote Speaker:
Jeff Lyth, QSP Leadership
EH&S Awards Breakfast
Wednesday, January 30
7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Three days of Short Courses are on tap. Keep an eye on roundup.amebc.ca for registration details as pre-conference short courses (held Friday, Jan. 25, Saturday, Jan. 26, and Sunday, Jan. 27) often sell out well in advance of the conference. AME has developed a highly technical slate of short courses in conjunction with our partners the Mineral Deposit Research Unit, the Society of Economic Geologists and others.
New session themes this year: the Base and Precious Metals Technical Sessions will showcase selected exploration projects from across Canada and the world. The presentations will feature skilled mineral explorationists highlighting their recent successes based upon the elements of research, innovation, technical expertise and clever project management. The Precious Metals Session attendees will learn specifically about gold and silver projects. The Base Metals session will cover a broader range of commodities that could include copper, zinc, lead and nickel.
Morning, Monday, January 28
Afternoon, Monday, January 28
Morning, Tuesday, January 29
Afternoon, Tuesday, January 29
Precious Metals Session
Morning, Wednesday, January 30
Base Metals Session
Afternoon, Wednesday, January 30
Morning, Thursday, January 31
AME’s Roundup is the world’s premier technical conference focused on mineral exploration – drawing 6,500 participants from 37 countries in 2018. Join your peers and colleagues for the many legendary networking and relationship-building opportunities with mineral exploration and development industry professionals.
Sunday, January 27
Ice Breaker Reception
Student-Industry Networking Event
Chair’s Welcome Dinner (by invitation only)
Monday, January 28 – Wednesday, January 30
Exhibit Hall Happy Hour (daily)
Monday, January 28
Poster Session Reception
Tuesday, January 29
AME Finance Lunch
Gathering Place Reception
Wednesday, January 30 AME
Environment, Health & Safety Awards Breakfast
Old Timer’s Lunch (by invitation only)
Awards Gala Celebration of Excellence
Discovery Day – Free Family Event
This event highlights the importance of the mining and mineral exploration industry in B.C. a free, family friendly event. This one-day event brings the intrigue and excitement of our industry to the whole family. Attendees of all ages will have the opportunity to try their hand at gold panning, explore and learn about the different types of rocks and Ice Age fossils found throughout B.C. and the Yukon, as well as the importance of the mineral exploration industry for our everyday lives. Join in the fun at AME for Discovery Day on Sunday, January 27, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This is a public outreach event. Tell your friends and family!
AME’s Gathering Place
Building on the positive legacy from prior years and now in its sixth year, this two-day showcase event brings together leaders and representatives from Indigenous groups, industry and government through a variety of presentations and networking opportunities. It provides a welcoming space for respectful dialogue where participants have the opportunity to learn from each other’s experiences – lessons learned, best practices, challenges and successes relating to building mutually beneficial relationships during mineral exploration and development.
Exhibit Hall Programs
Open daily to all attendees in the exhibit hall, the Innovation Hub returns for the second year. The Innovation Hub will feature companies that are developing new processes and technologies that can be applied to the mineral exploration industry to discuss innovative applications of earth science to mineral exploration, engagement of Indigenous groups, social responsibility and the role of various branches of government in responsible mineral exploration and development. Various companies are invited to highlight their company’s innovative achievements, current and upcoming, applicable to our mineral exploration industry attendees.
New to the Exhibit Floor: the government geosciences centres will be giving a set of talks and will be on the trade show floor from 1:15 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Don’t miss the Core Shack, Prospectors’ Tent, Project Generators’ Hub, B.C. Pavilion and Poster Session.
Thank you to our returning Roundup sponsors for 2019. Looking for an opportunity to be a Roundup 2019 sponsor? Contact us today at 604-630-3930 to request a sponsorship package.
AME Roundup 2019 Exhibit Hall
Showcase your company to over 6,000 registrants from B.C., Canada and across the globe. Connect with geoscientists, prospectors, investors, suppliers and First Nation partners. Visit amebc.ca for more information or contact Roxanne Finnie at [email protected]
The following exhibitors are confirmed as of August 2.
62 Degrees North Inc. Abitibi Geophysics Inc. Activation Laboratories Ltd. (Actlabs) AGAT Laboratories Agilent Technologies Agnico Eagle AIL Mining ALS Global ALX ALX Uranium AMC Mining Consultants Anachemia Science a VWR Company Analytical Solutions Ltd. APEX Geoscience Ltd. Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. Atlas Drilling Ltd. Auracle Geospatial Science Inc. Aurora Geosciences Ltd. AuTec Innovative Extractive Solutions Avidian Gold Inc. Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd. BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources BC Securities Commission BC Treaty Commission BigSteelBox Structures Blind Creek Resources Ltd. / Engineer Gold Mines Ltd. Blue Coast Research BMC Minerals Boart Longyear Bureau Veritas Minerals Camfil Farr APC/Envirotech Air Canada Revenue Agency Canadian Helicopters Limited Canyon Equipment Caron Business Solutions Inc. CDN Resource Laboratories Ltd. CGG Challenger Geomatics Ltd. CIM (Canadian Institute Of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum) Coast Mountain Geological Ltd. Constantine Metal Resources Ltd. Corescan Inc. Corporate Traveller DataBC DGI Geoscience Inc. Di-Corp Discovery Group Discovery International Geophysics Inc. Drillwell Enterprises DRIVING FORCE Vehicle Rentals, Sales and Leasing Eagle Mapping Ltd. Eagle Plains Resources Ltd./ Terralogic Exploration Inc. Eastfield Resources Ltd. Ecofish Research Ltd. EMX Royalty Corp. Energold Drilling Corp. Engineers and Geoscientists BC Evrim Resources Corp. Expert Geophysics Limited Extreme Products Inc. First Cobalt Corp FORACO Fordia Group Inc. Foremost Foundex Explorations Ltd. Frontier Power Products Ltd. Geoanalytical Laboratories – SRC Geometrics Geoscience BC Geosoft Geotech Drilling Service Ltd. Geotech Ltd. Geotic Inc. Globalstar Canada Satellite Co. Gold Sniffer Inc. Golder Government of Greenland Government of Saskatchewan Government of the Northwest Territories Government of Yukon Great Slave Helicopters Ltd. GroundTruth Exploration Hardrock Diamond Drilling Ltd. Hatfield Consultants Hecla Mining Company Helicopter Transport Services (Canada) Inc. High Power Exploration Honeywell Footwear Hydracore Drills Hy-Tech Drilling Ltd. ICOM Canada Imperial Metals Corporation Independence Gold Corp. Independent Laboratory Supplies Americas Ltd. INFOSAT Communications LP Instrumentation GDD Inc. Integrated Sustainability International Directional Services IRL Supplies Ltd. Kemetco Research Kenn Borek Air Ltd. Knight Piesold Ltd. Laurentian University Lorax Environmental Services Ltd. Major Drilling Manning Elliott LLP, Accountants & Business Advisors Maptek Margaux Resources Ltd. Matrix Camps, Logistics & Aviation Management Maxwell GeoServices (Canada) Inc. Maxxam Analytics MBI Drilling Products Inc. McCue Engineering Contractors McDowell B. Equipment McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. MDRU – Mineral Deposit Research Unit, UBC Mexican Gold Corp Midas Gold Corp. MMD Mineral Sizing (Canada) Inc. MS Analytical Mud Bay Drilling (2015) Ltd. Multi-Power Products Ltd. National Compressed Air Canada Ltd. Natural Resources Canada Network Innovations New Brunswick Department of Energy and Resource Development New-Sense Geophysics Ltd. Nickel Creek Platinum Corp. Nolinor Aviation North Arrow Minerals Inc. Northspan Explorations Ltd. Northwest Territories Regions Northwestel Inc. Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated Omega Drilling Orix Geoscience Inc. Overburden Drilling Management Limited Pacific Bit of Canada Inc. Pacific Geomatics Ltd. Peter E. Walcott & Associates Limited PhotoSat Pilot Diamond Tools Placer Gold Design Pothier Enterprises Ltd. Precision Service & Pumps Inc. Procon Mining & Tunnelling Ltd. Prolenc Manufacturing Inc. Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Quantec Geoscience Radius Drilling Corp. Raven Rescue Ltd. Raymac Environmental Services Inc. Reflex Instrument North America Limited Remote Helicopters Ltd. Robertson Mfg Ltd. S&P Global Market Intelligence Sabina Gold & Silver Corp. Sander Geophysics Seequent Solutions Canada Limited SGS Canada Inc. SIMS Group SJ Geophysics Ltd. Skeena Resources Limited Skyline Assayers & Laboratories SkyTEM Canada Inc. SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd. Small’s Expediting Ltd. Society of Economic Geologists Inc. (SEG) SolGold Plc SRK Consulting (Canada) Inc. Stantec Consulting Ltd. Stewart World Port Superior Propane SurveyTECH Instruments TECH Directional Services Teck Resources Limited Terra Remote Sensing Inc. TerraCore Terraplus Inc. Tetra Tech Tintina Air Trans North Helicopters TSL Laboratories Tufport Industries Ltd. Tundra Sales Inc. Veolia Water Technologies Canada Inc. Weatherhaven Wood Xpera Risk Mitigation Xplornet Commercial Services YCM Yukon College Centre for Northern Innovation in Mining Zonge International Inc.