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November 23 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm PST
Improvements to Notices of Work Applications and Interacting with EMLI Online
AME encourages members to start Notice of Work applications for the 2022 season during the fall.
AME is pleased to host the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation for a webinar updating members on recent improvements to the online Notice of Work application process. Join Nadia Bruemmer and Aaron Unger for a webinar free to AME members on Tuesday, November 23.
This webinar will be followed by an in-depth, full-day AME Roundup Short Course on Tuesday, February 8: Mineral Exploration Permitting in BC from Start to Finish.
- What’s New – An Overview
- Intake Process Improvements
- MineSpace – the new portal for assessing one’s mine date and info directly
Free* for AME 2021 and 2022 Individual Members | $60 Non-Members
Recordings of the presentations will be available for six months on through your membership login with AME.
If you are an AME 2022 Individual Member attending AME Roundup 2022, please contact Savannah Nadeau at [email protected] to receive a promo code to receive your complimentary member pricing.
*Note, you must be logged into Your Membership to receive the free pricing. If you need your login information, please contact Savannah Nadeau at [email protected].
Nadia Bruemmer, P.Geo.
Senior Inspector of Mines, Permitting within Regional Operations in the Mines, Competitiveness and Authorization Division, Ministry of Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation
Nadia has worked in the Mines Division of the Ministry since 2015, formerly as a Permitting Inspector of Mines in the South-East Mines region. As a Permitting Inspector of Mines she has experience issuing Mines Act Permits for Mineral and Coal Exploration, Placer, Sand & Gravel and Quarries. Nadia is a Professional Geoscientist with over 5 years of Mineral Exploration industry experience throughout BC, Alaska, Ontario, Mexico, California and Costa Rica. Her experience extends from green to brownfield mineral exploration, and grassroots to advanced exploration projects. The majority of the projects she worked on in BC were gold epithermal deposits, and predominantly in the golden triangle.
Nadia lives in Kimberley, after leaving the mineral exploration industry in Vancouver, and was born in Fernie into a family of miners. She values the work-life balance of government and the access to the backcountry the East Kootenays has to offer.
Software Product Owner, Core/MineSpace
Aaron is the Mines Digital Services software development Product Owner. He and his teamwork to deliver software for Government staff, the public, and proponents so that everyone in B.C. can participate in effective mining regulation.