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Think Differently Penser autrement PRELIMINARY PROGRAM PROGRAMME PRÉLIMINAIRE May 6 to 9 | 6 au 9 mai 2018 VANCOUVER CONVENTION CENTRE Vancouver, BC

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n behalf of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM), we welcome you and your colleagues to the 2018 Convention. This convention focuses on THINKING DIFFERENTLY - the theme chosen to ignite the week’s discussions. At a time when safety, innovation, diversity, social responsibility and sustainability are melded with the traditional topics of operations, technical and financial management, it has become increasingly complex to manage organizations and ensure ongoing success. Be sure to arrive for the opening plenary as this current mix of topics will make up the conversation from the get-go and reveal a Modern Approach to Mining. The 12 streams of the convention Technical Program will cover recent advances in the various sectors of mining and contribute to the collective vision towards continuous recovery. Celebrating its 35th edition, the Expo, Canada’s mining marketplace, will host approximately 450 exhibiting companies, featuring the latest mining equipment, tools, innovations, technologies and services. Mining company operators and management are invited to discover the largest selection of innovative and forward-thinking solutions in the 100,000 sq. ft. exhibit hall. Bring on the miners! During the four days of the event, you will be able to exchange and engage with leaders from all walks and demographics of mining. We look forward to greeting you in Vancouver, one of Canada’s major cities and top destinations.

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u nom de l’institut canadien des mines, de la métallurgie et du pétrole (ICM), nous vous souhaitons à vous et à vos collègues la bienvenue à notre congrès 2018. Cette année, c’est autour du thème PENSER AUTREMENT que s’articuleront les discussions durant la semaine du congrès. À une époque où la sécurité, l’innovation, la diversité, la responsabilité sociale et le développement durable se mêlent aux thèmes plus traditionnels de la gestion technique, financière et des opérations, il est de plus en plus difficile de diriger des organisations et de garantir leur succès. Ne manquez pas la séance plénière d’ouverture ; la diversité des thèmes proposés à ce jour contribuera à créer le débat dès le début du congrès, et révélera une approche moderne de l’exploitation minière. Les douze volets du programme technique du congrès couvriront les tous derniers progrès réalisés dans les divers secteurs de l’exploitation minière, et contribueront à créer une vision collective vers une reprise durable. L’Expo, le marché canadien des affaires minières, accueillera près de 450  sociétés qui exposeront les tous derniers équipements, outils, innovations, technologies et services du secteur minier. Ce salon commercial, qui fête cette année son 35e anniversaire, est le lieu idéal pour établir des contacts, échanger et faire des affaires. Nous invitons les exploitants et les directeurs de sociétés minières à venir découvrir la plus grande sélection de solutions innovantes et expérimentales dans notre hall d’Exposition de près de 9  300  mètres carrés. Mettez en valeur vos sociétés minières !

Sean Roosen General Chair CIM Convention 2018 Président du congrès de l’ICM 2018

Ken Thomas CIM President | Président de l’ICM 2017-2018

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CONVENTION DAILY SCHEDULE SATURDAY | MAY 5 8:00-10:00 10:00-16:00 13:00-17:00

CIM Executive Commitee Meeting CIM Council Meeting Registration

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SUNDAY | MAY 6 8:00-17:00 8:00-20:00 8:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 12:00-15:00 15:00-20:00 15:00-20:00 15:30-16:30 16:30-20:00 17:00-20:00

Workshops Registration CIM Officers Meeting and Leadership Congress CIM Annual General Meeting Early Career Forum Business Class Lounge Presenters’ Preparation Room First time Delegate and VIP Reception Opening Ceremony and Welcome Reception CIM Expo + Student Poster Competition

Early bird rates end on March 30

MONDAY | MAY 7 7:30-17:00 7:30-17:00 7:30-17:00 9:00-11:30 10:00-17:00 12:00-14:00 12:00-14:00 12:00-14:00 14:00-16:05 14:00-16:05 15:30-17:00 18:00-19:00 18:00-19:00 19:00-23:00

Registration Presenters’ Preparation Room Business Class Lounge Plenary Session – A Modern Approach to Mining CIM Expo + Student Posters Competition Lunch at the Expo 50-years Club Private Lunch Conference Lunch: Truth & Reconciliation – Call for Action Technical Program (10 streams) Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue session Networking Reception at the Expo CIM Past Presidents’ Reception CIM Awards Gala Reception – by Syncrude CIM Awards & Celebration Gala – by Caterpillar and its Canadian Dealers

Êtes-vous inscrits? Les tarifs préférentiels se terminent le 30 mars

TUESDAY | MAY 8 7:30-17:00 7:30-17:00 7:30-17:00 8:00-10:00 8:30-16:05 10:00-17:00 12:00-14:00 12:00-14:00 15:30-17:00 17:00-19:00 20:00-00:00

Registration Presenters’ Preparation Room Business Class Lounge Young Mining Professionals (YMP) Keynote Breakfast Technical Program (11 streams) CIM Expo + Student Poster Competition Lunch at the Expo Student-Industry Luncheon Networking Reception at the Expo Women in Mining Reception Komatsu Gala

WEDNESDAY | MAY 9 7:30-14:00 7:30-14:00 7:30-14:00 8:30-12:10 12:00-13:45 13:45-16:45 16:45-18:00

Registration Presenters’ Preparation Room Business Class Lounge Technical Program (9 streams) Closing Lunch Technical Program (3 streams) Management and Finance Day Meet & Greet Networking Reception

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ORGANIZING COMMITTEE | COMITÉ ORGANISATEUR CIM President | Président de l’ICM Ken Thomas Convention General Chair | Président du congrès Sean Roosen CIM Executive Director | Directrice exécutive de l’ICM Angela Hamlyn CIM Director of Events | Directrice des événements de l’ICM Lise Bujold ACTIVITY CHAIRS | PRÉSIDENT(E)S D’ACTIVITÉS Plenary | Séance plénière Michael Cinnamond Technical Program | Programme technique Ross Pritchard and Grant Carlson Students and Early Career Professionals | Étudiants et jeunes professionnels Laura Foley

SUNDAY, MAY 6 | DIMANCHE 6 MAI

WORKSHOPS | ATELIERS Full workshop descriptions are available on the convention website. Vous trouverez une description complète des ateliers sur le site Internet du congrès. Les ateliers sont dispensés en anglais. Full day workshop $100 $350 Half day workshop $75 $150

(Includes two coffee breaks, lunch and course notes) for conference delegates for other registrants (Includes one coffee break and course notes) for conference delegates for other registrants

Sponsorship | Commandites Carlos Da Costa and Pierre Julien

Vous trouverez une description complète des ateliers sur le site Internet du congrès. Les ateliers sont dispensés en anglais.

TECHNICAL PROGRAM STREAM CHAIRS | PRÉSIDENT(E)S DES THÈMES TECHNIQUES

Atelier d’une journée

Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Best Practices | Meilleures pratiques en matière d’ingénierie, d’entretien et de la fiabilité Dominique Privé Mining Project Development | Développement des projets miniers Rahul Lakhote Environment and Sustainable Development | Environnement et développement durable Karola Toth Leading in Safety | Leadership axé sur la sécurité Glenn Lyle and Geoff Brick Practical Operations in Surface Mining | Opérations pratiques en exploitation minière à ciel ouvert Zoli Lukacs Rock Mechanics | Mécanique des roches Martin Grenon and John Henning Exploration and Mine Geology | Exploration et géologie minière Jason Dunning and Serge Perreault A Vision for the Future: Mineral Processing in Canada | Vision pour le futur: Le traitement du minerai au Canada Scott Martin, John Davidson and Irma Gabric Mining Metamorphosis | Métamorphose minière Heather Ednie Underground Mining | Exploitation minière souterraine Gary Poxleitner and Peter Cain Diversity and Inclusion | Diversité et inclusion Édith Garneau Management and Finance Day | Journée gestion et finances Jane Spooner and Jessie Liu-Ernsting CIM STAFF | L’ÉQUIPE DE L’ICM Convention Planner | Planificatrice du congrès Guylaine Richard Sales and Expo Manager | Directeur des ventes et de l’Expo Martin Bell Expo and Sponsorship Coordinator | Coordonnatrice, Expo et commandites Nadia Bakka Awards Program and Digital Coordinator | Coordonnatrice, Prix d’excellence et communication digitale Carol Lee Registration and Customer Experience Specialist | Inscriptions et spécialiste de l’expérience client Rachel Séguin Team Leader | Chef d’équipe Chantal Murphy

100$ 350$ Atelier d’une demi-journée 75$ 150$

(Les notes de cours, le lunch et les 2 pauses-café sont inclus) pour les délégués à la conférence pour les autres participants (Les notes de cours et la pause-café sont incluses dans le prix) pour les délégués à la conférence pour les autres participants

MINERAL RESOURCE ESTIMATION AND SIMULATION

This workshop is an overview of resource estimation from data collection to mineral resource estimation and simulation, and validation. Different estimation and conditional simulation methodologies will be presented. Challenges of geometallurgical modelling will be discussed. A significant risk to proper valuation of a mining project is associated with data collection, geological interpretation and mineral resource modelling methodology. Facilitator | Animateur Georges Verly, Chief Geostatistician, Amec Foster Wheeler Time | Heure 8:00-17:00

CHARACTERISTICS OF A RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR MINE WASTE FACILITIES

This course is designed for managers interested in ensuring that their senior management team is receiving appropriate information regarding mine waste facilities. The course content will be organized along the framework for corporate governance by the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO). The course will reference and use work of industry organizations such as the Mining Association of Canada and the Canadian Dam Association, recommendations from recent tailings investigations and experience gained by the instructors. Facilitators | Animateurs Greg Gosson, Technical Director, Geology & Compliance, Amec Foster Wheeler; Sheila Daniel, Principal, Mining Environmental, Amec Foster Wheeler; David Bleiker, Vice-President, Mining & Environment & Infrastructure, Amec Foster Wheeler Time | Heure 8:00-17:00


processes (although other methods will also be discussed). Examples include bioreactors, constructed treatment wetlands, in pit treatment, and in situ mine pool treatment. Design aspects as well as challenges and considerations will be addressed. Material will be covered through classroom learning and case studies. Facilitators | Animateurs Monique Simair, President and Principal Scientist, Contango Strategies Ltd.; Vanessa Friesen, Partner and Principal Scientist, Contango Strategies Ltd. Time | Heure 8:30-16:30

MINING 101 – AN INTRODUCTION TO MINING AND MINERAL PROCESSING

STATE OF PRACTICE IN WATER, TAILINGS AND MINERAL WASTE MANAGEMENT

This workshop will start the conversation on competency and training requirements of professionals involved in tailings engineering and management. Facilitator | Animateur Rick Siwik, President, Siwik Consulting Inc. Time | Heure 8:30-16:30

THE SCIENCE OF COMMUNICATION – THE CSR PRACTITIONER’S ROLE IN BUILDING TRUST THROUGH MEDIA

This highly interactive workshop will discuss the role media plays in building public trust and how CSR professionals can effectively tell their stories. Participants will work through a series of activities and on-camera interviews to help them think like journalists and identify what news can help improve the organization’s reputation, build trust and lower the cost of doing business. Through the course of the workshop, participants will learn how to choose and develop the most appropriate media relations strategies for building trust and gaining the support necessary to explore, obtain environmental permits, develop a mine, and through production and closure. Gain insight into how your communication style and the type of media you choose can be complementary, and learn how to choose and develop the most appropriate media relations strategies, build skills to clearly and effectively receive and transmit information, ideas, thoughts, and identify and close trust gaps that exist between the organization, stakeholders and the media. Facilitator | Animateur Robert Simpson, Chief Executive Officer, PR Associates Time | Heure 8:30-16:30

“BIO” TREATMENT FOR MINING WATERS: CURRENT STATE OF KNOWLEDGE AND BEST PRACTICES

This course is an introduction to the best practices in the design, implementation, operation, and troubleshooting of biotreatment in the mining sector. Biotreatment encompasses passive, semi-passive, and active treatment systems, with a focus on coupled biological and geochemical

Mining 101 is an introduction to mining and mineral processing using basic concepts and many relevant and current examples. It consists of five parts: activities of a mining company, geological concepts, mineral resources estimation and reporting, open pit and underground mining and mineral processing. Facilitator | Animateur George McIsaac, Mine Strategic Planning & Economic Evaluation, Geology & Mining Evaluation Consulting (G-MEC) Time | Heure 8:30-12:30

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION 101 Facilitator | Animateur Mafalda Arias, M.A., President and Founder, Mafalda Arias and Associates Time | Heure 9:00-12:00

This workshop will provide an introduction to diversity and inclusion. The workshop is designed for people who have not taken diversity training, or who want to know more about inclusive work places. The workshop will help you: • understand that diversity and inclusion is about more than ethnicity and gender • begin to develop a diversity and inclusion strategy your workgroup • understand how to start and to effectively manage a diverse and inclusive workgroup The workshop is designed for managers, supervisors and anyone involved in the areas of human resources, administration or social responsibility. TSM AND TAILINGS MANAGEMENT

This workshop will provide a brief overview of TSM and a deeper focus on the TSM Tailings Management Protocol and associated guidance documents, a fundamental element of TSM. MAC has recently reviewed this aspect of the program and made several important enhancements to the protocol and guides. Participants will learn about the best practices related to tailings management and what TSM requires of participating companies. Facilitators | Animateurs Charles Dumaresq, Vice President, Science and Environmental Management, The Mining Association of Canada, and Ben Chalmers, Vice President, Sustainable Development, The Mining Association of Canada Time | Heure 13:00-16:30

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STUDENTS & YOUNG LEADERS PROGRAM | PROGRAMME POUR ÉTUDIANTS ET JEUNES PROFESSIONNELS

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SUNDAY, MAY 6 | DIMANCHE 6 MAI EARLY CAREER FORUM | FORUM DES JEUNES PROFESSIONNELS

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Young Leaders and early career professionals join mining executives for a standing lunch, networking and serious discussion about the current state and future of mining. Engage in discussions with two panels of experts whose panelists hold the knowledge and experience of the mining cycles and trends affecting employment. CIM invites the Mining Industry human resources Council (MIHR) to moderate a panel of human resource experts who will share their vision of the challenges and opportunities facing the current and future workforce. Executive Director, Ryan Montpellier, will moderate the discussion and take questions from the room. Furthermore, to address the greater context, a panel of mining company executives will discuss the current upturn many believe is taking shape, the key driving factors, what companies must do differently and focus on, and whether or not super cycles can be expected again in the future. Les jeunes professionnels et ceux en début de carrière se mêlent aux dirigeants de sociétés minières à l’occasion d’un lunch où ils rencontreront des pairs et auront des conversations sérieuses sur la situation actuelle et à venir de l’industrie minière. Engagez le dialogue avec deux groupes d’experts constitués de conférenciers qui ont une grande connaissance et expérience des cycles miniers ainsi que des tendances qui affectent l’emploi.

L’ICM invite le conseil des ressources humaines de l’industrie minière (RHiM) à présider un groupe d’experts en ressources humaines partageant leur vision des enjeux et des possibilités qui se présentent à la main-d’œuvre d’aujourd’hui et de demain. Ryan Montpellier, directeur exécutif du RHiM, présidera la conversation et répondra aux questions posées par les participants. En outre, pour examiner le contexte de manière plus générale, un groupe de dirigeants de sociétés minières débattra de la reprise constatée par beaucoup au sein du secteur, des principaux facteurs déterminants, des changements auxquels doivent procéder les sociétés et des aspects sur lesquels elles doivent se concentrer, ainsi que des probabilités d’assister ou non à d’autres supercycles à l’avenir. 12:00-15:00 | $50 | Salon 121

SUNDAY, MAY 6 TO TUESDAY, MAY 8 | DIMANCHE 6 MAI AU MARDI 8 MAI STUDENT POSTER COMPETITION | CONCOURS D’AFFICHES DES ÉTUDIANTS

Showcase your talents to leading mining industry professionals. Put your best foot forward and submit an abstract online before March 1, 2018, on topics ranging from geology and mining to processing and sustainability. Envoyez votre résumé en ligne au plus tard le 1er mars 2018 et profitez de cette occasion parfaite pour présenter vos talents aux professionnels les plus renommés de l’industrie minière sur un large éventail de thèmes, de la géologie et des mines au traitement et à la durabilité. At the Expo | À l’Expo | Sunday/ Dimanche: 17:00 – 20:00, Monday and Tuesday/ Lundi et mardi: 10:00 – 17:00

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TUESDAY, MAY 8 | MARDI 8 MAI YOUNG MINING PROFESSIONALS (YMP) KEYNOTE BREAKFAST | PETIT-DÉJEUNER DES JEUNES PROFESSIONNELS

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CIM ExPO | EXPO DE L’ICM

CIM is excited to collaborate with the Young Mining Professionals Association (YMP)! YMP is pleased to bring

its members together with CIM community members at this event, which will feature a panel discussion with distinguished young leaders in the mining industry. YMP is a growing international association of mining professionals with chapters in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, and London (UK) that share the goal of advancing the global profile and future leadership of the mining industry. YMP’s goal is to deliver value to members by fostering connections and facilitating new business opportunities and educational experiences. YMP delivers these objectives through events that feature industry leaders as keynote speakers and networking with industry peers. L’ICM est fier de collaborer avec le Young Mining Professionals Association (YMP). YMP est une association internationale croissante qui vise à promouvoir le leadership futur dans le secteur minier. Ce petit-déjeuner sera sous forme de table ronde avec de jeunes leaders accomplis de l’industrie.

Be sure to stop by the CIM Magazine lounge to chat with one of our editors or a member of our advertising sales team and share ideas for future stories.

8:00-10:00 | Salon 210

STUDENT-INDUSTRY LUNCHEON | LUNCH ÉTUDIANTS-INDUSTRIE

The Student-Industry Luncheon seats students next to mining professionals, affording you the opportunity to make that all-important contact that can propel your career. Practice your networking skills by engaging with future employers and potential mentors in this select and professional networking environment. Prizes will be presented to poster competition winners. Le lunch étudiants-industrie est l’occasion idéale pour les étudiants de rencontrer des professionnels de l’industrie minière et d’établir des contacts importants qui pourraient donner à votre carrière un coup de pouce indispensable. Élargissez votre réseau de connaissances et engagez la conversation avec de futurs employeurs et des conseillers potentiels dans cet environnement de réseautage privilégié. Les prix seront remis aux gagnants du concours d’affiches. 12:00-14:00 | Salon 211

The CIM Expo, Canada’s premier mining show, features approximately 450 companies showcasing the latest in mining equipment, tools, technology and products. Plan your visit to see everyone whose offering will help you elevate your operational and business practices. Lunch and cocktail receptions will be held in the Expo on Monday and Tuesday, May 7 and 8, at 12:00 to 14:00 and 15:30 to 17:00. Lunch and one drink ticket are included with delegate registration.

Check out our exhibitors list online and in the preliminary CIM Expo Guide in the next issue of CIM Magazine. L’Expo de l’ICM, le plus grand salon commercial de l’industrie minière au Canada, permet à près de 450 entreprises de présenter leurs produits, équipements, outils, technologies et services les plus récents destinés au secteur minier. Planifiez votre visite afin de rencontrer les leaders pouvant vous aider à élever vos pratiques opérationnelles et d’affaires. Votre inscription au congrès vous donne droit au lunch et à une consommation par jour lors des réceptions de lundi 7 mai et mardi 8 mai, de 12h à 14h et de 15h30 à 17h. EXPO HOURS | HEURES DE L’EXPO

SUNDAY | DIMANCHE MONDAY | LUNDI TUESDAY | MARDI

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17:00 – 20:00 10:00 – 20:00 10:00 – 20:00


INDIGENOUS PEOPLES LEAD THE DISCUSSION | LES PEUPLES AUTOCHTONES DONNENT LE TON

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CIM promotes diversity and inclusion as we discuss the future of mining and ‘think differently’. The Environmental and Social Responsibility Society of CIM (ESRS), the Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Society of CIM (MER) and the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee of CIM are excited to introduce this very important and relevant program segment to delegates. Indigenous Peoples are instrumental in educating those who wish to conduct mining activities in their regions, pointing out opportunities to partner and sharing requirements and expectations in terms of sustainable practices and outcomes. Six key sessions will place indigenous leaders at the heart of the discussion as follows. L’ICM promeut la diversité et l’inclusion alors même qu’on tente de ‘penser autrement’ sur le futur de l’industrie minière. Les sociétés Environnement et responsabilité sociale (ESRS), de l’ingénierie, de l’entretien et de la fiabilité ainsi que le Comité Inclusion et diversité de l’ICM sont fiers de présenter cet important et pertinent segment de programme aux délégué(e)s. Les peuples autochtones sont nécessaires à la sensibilisation de ceux qui entreprennent des activités minières dans leurs régions. Ils proposent ainsi des occasions de partenariats et d’échanges d’informations, des exigences et des attentes du milieu en termes de pratiques et retombées durables.

CIM Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee

Monday, May 7 | Lundi 7 mai 12:00-14:00

LUNCH CONFERENCE Truth & Reconciliation: Call for Action: What’s on us? #92 | Réconciliation et vérité; appel à l’action #92 14:00-16:05

ANNUAL MULTI-STAKEHOLDER DIALOGUE SESSION

Are Indigenous Peoples rights’ holders or stakeholders? | Dialogue multipartite : Est-ce que les Autochtones sont des détenteurs de droits ou des parties prenantes? Tuesday, May 8 | Mardi 8 mai 10:30-12:10

TECHNICAL SESSION

First Nations and Mining | Les Premières Nations et l’industrie minière 14:00-16:05

TECHNICAL SESSION

Building and Maintaining Relationships with Indigenous Peoples | Renforcement et maintien des relations avec les peuples autochtones Wednesday, May 9 | Mercredi 9 mai 8:30-12:10

TECHNICAL SESSION

Inclusion in Action in Mining | L’inclusion en action dans le domaine de l’exploitation minière 8:30-10:10

Les 6 sessions suivantes se tiendront avec une présence soutenue de leaders autochtones.

TECHNICAL SESSION

Technical session: Yukon Mining Projects | Les projets miniers au Yukon

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SOCIAL PROGRAM | PROGRAMME SOCIAL

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SUNDAY, MAY 6 | DIMANCHE 6 MAI 1st TIME DELEGATE AND VIP RECEPTION | RÉCEPTION POUR NOUVEAUX DÉLÉGUÉS ET VIP

SUNDAY, MAY 6 | DIMANCHE 6 MAI OPENING CEREMONY AND WELCOME RECEPTION | CÉRÉMONIE INAUGURALE ET RÉCEPTION DE BIENVENUE

First time attendees and seasoned CIM mentors will come together to discuss how to best maximize their convention experience. Tap into CIM intelligence at its best!

The event is being held on the ancestral, traditional and unceded Aboriginal territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, and in particular, the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations, Indigenous Peoples will perform to mark CIM’s 120th birthday.

Les délégués dont c’est la première expérience congrès et des mentors reconnus de l’ICM seront rassemblés pour discuter de comment optimiser leur présence au congrès. Ces nouveaux délégués se prévaudront de l’éminence grise de la communauté!

Puisque la conférence se tiendra sur les terres ancestrales du peuple Salish, les Premières Nations seront de la partie avec le numéro d’ouverture qui marquera, du même coup, les 120 ans de l’ICM. Sean Roosen, président du congrès, ouvrira ensuite le congrès pour une soirée mémorable marquée par une série de divertissements.

MONDAY, MAY 7 AND TUESDAY, MAY 8 | LUNDI 7 ET MARDI 8 MAI NETWORKING AT THE EXPO | RÉSEAUTAGE À L’EXPO

Lunch and cocktail receptions at the Expo will take place from 12:00 to 14:00 and 15:30 to 17:00. Les lunchs et consommations seront offerts dans le hall de l’Expo de 12 h à 14 h et de 15h30 à 17h.


MONDAY, MAY 7 | LUNDI 7 MAI

TUESDAY, MAY 8 | MARDI 8 MAI WOMEN IN MINING RECEPTION | RÉCEPTION DES FEMMES EN EXPLOITATION MINIÈRE CIM AWARDS & CELEBRATION GALA | GALA EXCELLENCE DE L’ICM

Hosted by CIM and Caterpillar and its Canadian dealers, the sumptuous CIM Awards Gala celebrates the Canadian mining industry’s shining stars. Get a real taste of Canada – on stage and on your plate – with the Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show. Cette prestigieuse soirée est commanditée par l’ICM, Caterpillar et ses dépositaires canadiens. Le gala de remise des prix de l’ICM met à l’honneur les étoiles de l’industrie minière canadienne de l’année. L’aspect théâtre de Oh Canada Eh? vous fera goûter aux saveurs du Canada – autant par le divertissement que dans votre assiette.

Join CIM and Women in Mining BC for drinks and appetizers as we celebrate diversity and inclusion and raise our glasses to women from all walks of mining who make a difference daily. Joignez-vous à nous pour un verre avec canapés à la Réception des femmes en exploitation minière. Cette année, Women in Mining, C.B. s’associe au congrès de l’ICM 2018 pour célébrer la diversité et l’inclusion dans l’industrie minière. Sponsored by | Commandité par

Reception sponsored by | Réception commandité par Gala sponsored by | Gala commandité par

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 | MERCREDI 9 MAI TUESDAY, MAY 8 | MARDI 8 MAI KOMATSU GALA | GALA KOMATSU

CLOSING LUNCH | LUNCH DE CLÔTURE

Gordon Bogden, Executive Chairman of Black Loon Metals Inc. will share his views on strategic issues around cost and financing in the mining industry.

Get ready for an evening of non-stop entertainment. The Komatsu Gala features live music, delectable finger foods and refreshments. Préparez-vous à une soirée de divertissement ininterrompu. Le gala de Komatsu sera animé par des musiciens qui vous feront danser sans arrêt, un savoureux buffet et une ambiance de fête inégalée.

Nous vous présentons Gordon Bogden, Président exécutif, Black Loon Metals Inc. qui partagera ses points de vue sur les plus récents enjeux stratégiques concernant les coûts et le financement au sein de l’industrie minière. Sponsored by / Commandité par

Sponsored by | Commandité par


OPENING REMARKS | DISCOURS D’OUVERTURE

MODERATOR | MODÉRATEUR

PLENARY | PLÉNIÈRE

MICHAEL CINNAMOND B2Gold

PHILLIPS S. BAKER, JR.

Senior Vice-President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer Premier vice-président, agent et directeur des finances

Hecla Mining Company

President and CEO Président et chef de la direction

Pround sponsor: MONDAY, MAY 7 | LUNDI 7 MAI THINKING DIFFERENTLY: A MODERN APPROACH TO MINING

PENSER AUTREMENT: UNE APPROCHE MODERNE DE L’EXPLOITATION MINIÈRE

The Plenary Session is intended to bring focus to and initiate a conversation around the conference theme of “Thinking differently: a modern approach to mining”. Top leaders from different aspects of mining – some from unexpected tangential sectors – are brought together in this thought-provoking forum attended by hundreds in the room and remotely.

La séance plénière du congrès de l’ICM 2018 vise à polariser l’attention et à axer la conversation sur le thème de la conférence « Penser autrement : une approche moderne de l’exploitation minière ». Des chefs de file de diverses disciplines du secteur minier et d’autres secteurs sont réunis dans le cadre de ces discussions stimulantes.

This year’s edition will feature discussions on political risks, managing the resource cycle, the new exploration model, financing, government relations and social responsibility as well as diversity and inclusion.

Ballroom BC | 9:00-11:30

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CONFIRMED PANELISTS TO DATE | PANÉLISTES CONFIRMÉS À DATE

SEAN ROOSEN Osisko Gold Royalties

Board Chair, CEO and CIM Convention 2018 General Chair Président du conseil d’administration, chef de la direction et président général du congrès de l’ICM

JOHN BIANCHINI Hatch

CEO & President Président directeur général

JOHNNA MUINONEN

CLIVE JOHNSON

RNC Minerals

B2Gold

Vice-President, Operations Vice-présidente des opérations

LEON TEICHER Continental Gold

Executive Chairman Président exécutif

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President, CEO & Director Président directeur général


MANAGEMENT & FINANCE DAY | JOURNÉE GESTION ET FINANCES Pround sponsor:

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 | MERCREDI 9 MAI THE NEXT BIG CHANGE: THE ECONOMICS OF WATER, WASTE AND CLOSURE

The 10th annual Management & Finance Day, organized by the CIM Management and Economics Society, will feature expert speakers sharing their experiences and insights around key topics driving the industry.

8:30 8:45-9:45

9:45 – 10:00 10:00 – 11:00

11:00 – 12:00

Opening Remarks Session 1: Competing for Water Chair: Jessie Liu-Ernsting Water Conflict: Turning Challenges into Opportunities Rosemary Niechcial, Waypoint Infrastructure Inc. Water and Mining: Regulatory and Contractual Trends and Challenges Frederico Marques, McCarthy Tétrault Break Session 2: Alternative Approaches to Management of Tailings and Waste Rock Storage Waste Rock: Trade Off Studies John Cunning, Golder Economics Around Tailings Design at the Scoping Level Phase Rafael Dávila, Hatch Speakers and Audience Participation Moderator: Jenifer Hill, JLH Environmental

La 10e édition de la journée gestion et finances est organisée par la société de la gestion et de l’économie de l’ICM. Des experts et des conférenciers dynamiques y partageront leurs expériences et perceptions quant à des sujets intéressants qui font évoluer l’industrie.

12:00 – 13:45 13:45-14:15 14:15 – 15:15

15:15 – 15:30 15:30 – 16:30

16:30 16:45

CLOSING LUNCH: The Increasing Cost of Water Speaker: Gordon Bogden, Black Loon Metals Inc. ESRS Dialogue Session result Session 3: The Costs of Closure Chair: Bereket Berhe Realistic Treatment of Closure Costs in DCF Evaluations Larry Smith, Lawrence, Devon, Smith & Associates Cost of Closure: A Social and Business Perspective Carolyn Burns, NetPositive Break Session 4: The Next Big Changes Speakers and Audience Participation Moderator: Robert Duinker, Hatch Closing Remarks by Carlos da Costa Meet & Greet Networking Reception

Included for convention delegates (Closing Lunch is extra) | One-day program (including Closing Lunch): $425 Inclus pour les délégués du congrès (Lunch de clôture en sus) | Le programme d’un jour (Lunch de clôture compris) : 425 $

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TECHNICAL PROGRAM SHELL | GRILLE DU PROGRAMME TECHNIQUE Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Best Practices Meilleures pratiques en matière d’ingénierie de l’entretien et de la fiabilité

Mining Projects Development Développement des projets miniers

Environment and Sustainable Development Environnement et développement durable

Leading in Safety Leadership axé sur la sécurité

Practical Operations in Surface Mining Opérations pratiques en exploitation minière à ciel ouvert Management & Finance Day Gestion et finances

Monday, May 7 | Lundi 7 mai A M

P M

PLENARY SESSION Excellence in Maintenance Management L’excellence en matière de gestion de l’entretien

Transportation Infrastructure and Construction Materials in Remote Areas Les infrastructures de transport et les matériaux de construction dans les régions isolées

Responsible Water Use & Management L’utilisation et la gestion responsables de l’eau

Role of Leadership in Safety Le rôle du leadership dans la sécurité

Leadership in Mining Excellence and Innovation Innovation et leadership en excellence minière

Project Updates Les rapports d’avancement de projet

10X Gains through Waste Monetization Des gains décuplés grâce à la monétisation des déchets

Occupational Health and Hygiene Recognizing our Challenges La santé et l'hygiène au travail pour prendre conscience des enjeux

Operations Updates Mises à jour des opérations

Developments in Mine Waste Management Des développements en matière de gestion des résidus miniers

Innovation in Safety from New Technologies L'innovation en matière de sécurité procurée par les nouvelles technologies

Realizing the Value in our Operations Réaliser la valeur de nos opérations

Case Studies Études de cas

Risk Management and Design La gestion des risques et la conception

Best Practices in Risk Assessment/ Risk Management Les meilleures pratiques en matière d'évaluation/ de gestion des risques

Practical Application of Technology Application pratique de la technologie

Yukon Mining Projects Les projets miniers au Yukon

Technologies to Mitigate Environmental Liabilities Des technologies pour atténuer les responsabilités environnementales

Fatality Prevention, a Global Mining Challenge La prévention des accidents mortels, un défi minier mondial

Tuesday, May 8 | Mardi 8 mai

Mine Hoisting Innovation L’innovation en matière de levage dans l’industrie minière A M

All Electric Mine La mine tout électrique

P M

Best Practices in Reliability & Safety Les meilleures pratiques en matière de fiabilité et de sécurité

First Nations and Mining Les Premières Nations et l’exploitation minière

Wednesday, May 9 | Mercredi 9 mai

Innovations in Energy Les innovations dans le domaine de l’énergie A M

P M

Management & Finance Day Journée Gestion et finances Competing for Water La concurrence relative à l’utilisation de l’eau

Closure & Rehabilitation La fermeture des mines et leur assainissement

Alternative approaches management of tailings and waste rock storage Des approches différentes à la gestion du stockage des résidus et des stériles

Strategies for Restoring MineImpacted Waters Des stratégies d’assainissement des eaux polluées par les activités minières

The cost of closure Le coût de la fermeture des mines

The next big changes Les grands changements à venir VISIT CONVENTION.CIM.ORG REGULARLY FOR TECHNICAL PROGRAM UPDATES


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Rock Mechanics Mécanique des roches

Exploration and Mine Geology Géologie et exploration

A Vision for the Future – Mineral Processing in Canada Vision pour le futur: Le traitement du minerai au Canada

Mining Metamorphosis: Innovation that will Redefine Mining Métamorphose minièe : L’innovation qui va redéfinir l’exploitation minière

Underground Mining Exploitation minière souterraine

Diversity & Inclusion Diversité et inclusion

SESSION PLÉNIÈRE Open Pit & Underground Mining L’exploitation minière à ciel ouvert et souterraine

The Challenge of Data Management Les difficultés liées à la gestion des données

Advanced Technologies Les technologies avancées

Leadership in Mining Excellence and Innovation Innovation et leadership en excellence minière

Operational Case Studies Études de cas opérationnels

Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue Session Atelier de dialogue multipartite

Operational Advancement Les progrès en termes d’exploitation

Mining Revolution: Transforming Mining by Adopting from Other Industries La révolution de l’industrie minière : transformer l’exploitation minière en adoptant les techniques d’autres industries

Stope Design, Grade Control and Blasting I La conception des chambres, le contrôle de la teneur et l’abattage à l’explosif I

The Co-management of Mining Projects: Community Engagement at the Basis of Project Development La gestion en collaboration de projets miniers : l’engagement envers la communauté à la base du développement d’un projet

The Matrix: Interoperability and Integration to Foster Innovation La matrice : l’interopérabilité et l’intégration pour promouvoir l’innovation

Stope Design, Grade Control and Blasting II La conception des chambres, le contrôle de la teneur et l’abattage à l’explosif II

Strategies for Social License to Operate Les stratégies relatives au permis social d’exploitation

Mine Equipment L’équipement minier

Building and Maintaining Relationships with Indigenous Peoples Renforcement et maintien des relations avec les populations autochtones

Instrumentation | Stabilization L’instrumentation et la stabilisation

Best Practices in QA/QC Les meilleures pratiques en matière d’AQ/de CQ

Deep Mining Geomechanics La géomécanique de l’exploitation minière profonde

3D Data Integration and Modelling L’intégration et la modélisation des données en 3D

Innovations in Rock Mechanics Les innovations en matière de mécanique des roches

Geophysics : Exploration, Mines and Tailings La géophysique : exploration, mines et résidus

Flotation La flottation

Autonomous Mining L’exploitation minière autonome

Rock Engineering Risk Le risque de l’ingénierie en mécanique des roches

Challenge of Ore Grades Reconciliation Les difficultés liées à la comparaison des teneurs de minerai

Sensor-Based Ore Sorting Tri des minerais à base de capteurs

Strategic Planning of Mineral Value Chain I La planification stratégique des chaînes de valorisation des minéraux I

Communications and Measurement I Les communications et la mesure I

Inclusion in Action in Mining L'inclusion en action dans le domaine de l'exploitation minière

Strategic Planning of Mineral Value Chains II La planification stratégique des chaînes de valorisation des minéraux II

Communications and Measurement II Les communications et la mesure II

Diversity in Action La diversité en action

Rock Fragmentation La fragmentation des roches

Process Improvement L’amélioration des procédures

Good Internal Governance to Enhance External Engagement Une bonne gouvernance interne pour améliorer l’engagement externe

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REGISTRATION | INSCRIPTION Registration to the CIM Convention includes access to Management & Finance Day on Wednesday. L’inscription au congrès de l’ICM comprend l’accès à la Journée gestion et finances le mercredi.

AIR TRAVEL INFORMATION | TRANSPORT AÉRIEN

Air Canada is the official airline for the CIM 2018 Convention. For online reservations, go to www.aircanada.com and enter the convention code 7VNZWQF1 in the search engine. Air Canada est le transporteur aérien officiel du congrès de l’ICM 2018. Pour vos réservations en ligne, rendez-vous sur le site Internet d’Air Canada et saisissez le code promotionnel du congrès 7VNZWQF1 dans le moteur de recherche.

CIM NATIONAL MEMBERS MEMBRES NATIONAUX DE L’ICM

BEFORE MARCH 30 AVANT LE 30 MARS

AS OF MARCH 30 DÈS  LE 30 MARS

Business class Delegate (VIP lounge) Délégué(e) Classe Affaires (salon VIP)

$950

$1050

Delegate | Délégué(e)

$750

$900

Presenter or session chair Conférencier(e) ou président(e) de séance

$650

$800

Recent graduates | Diplômés récents (4 years/4 ans)

$450

$600

Student, Unemployed, Retired or Life member Étudiant(e), sans emploi, retraité(e) ou member à vie

$100

$150

NON-NATIONAL CIM MEMBERS (fee includes one-year membership)

NON-MEMBRES DE L’ICM NATIONAL (Les frais incluent l’adhésion d’un an)

Business Class Delegate (VIP lounge) Délégué(e) Classe Affaires (salon VIP)

BEFORE MARCH 30 AVANT LE 30 MARS

AS OF MARCH 30 DÈS LE 30 MARS

$1150

$1250

Delegate | Délégué(e)

$950

$1100

Presenter or session chair Conférencier(e) ou président(e) de séance

$850

$950

Student, Unemployed and retired | Étudiant(e), sans emploi, retraité(e)

$150

$200

$50

$50

Free Gratuit

Free Gratuit

One-day pass to Convention Passe d’un jour au congrès

$375

$375

Management & Finance Day only Journée gestion et finances seulement

$425

$425

$50

$50

EXPO

HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS | HÉBERGEMENT

Conference Direct is the official housing bureau for the CIM Convention. The online one-stop reservation tool makes it seamless for you to reserve your room at the reduced group rate. Space is limited so reserve early – visit convention.cim.org. Conference Direct est le seul service officiel de réservation de chambres d’hôtel pour le congrès. Ce service centralisé vous permettra de réserver votre chambre au tarif réduit de groupe. Le nombre de chambres est limité, aussi pensez à réserver dès que possible ! Visitez le convention.cim.org pour plus de détails.

Visitor to the CIM Expo only Visiteur à l’Expo de l’ICM seulement Exhibitor staff, first 5 registrants by 100 sq. ft. Personnel exposant, 5 premiers inscrits par 100 pieds carrés OTHER CATEGORIES AUTRES CATÉGORIES

Spouse/guest Conjoint(e)/invité(e)

One-day pass, guest registration descriptions and more information are available online. #CIMBC18

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MONDAY, MAY 7 LUNDI 7 MAI

2018

Tickets including reception and dinner:

$150 + tax

Now in its 25th season, Canada’s longest running dinner musical – Oh Canada Eh? – visits the CIM community! This high-energy production features all-Canadian music - from maritime folk songs to modern pop. This exciting evening of recognition, celebration, great company and an all-Canadian meal will be full of laughs. Maintenant à sa 25e saison, le souper musical le plus ancien du Canada – Oh Canada Eh? – visite la communauté de l’ICM! Cette production de haute énergie comprend de la musique entièrement canadienne : des chansons folkloriques maritimes à la pop moderne. Cette exaltante soirée de reconnaissance, célébration, bonne compagnie et un repas entièrement canadien vous fera rire aux éclats.

Master of Ceremonies

SUHANA MEHARCHAND

Award-Winning CBC News Anchor


HORAIRE QUOTIDIEN DES ACTIVITÉS SAMEDI | 5 MAI 8h-10h 10h-16h 13h-17h

Réunion du comité exécutif de l’ICM Réunion du conseil d’administration de l’ICM Inscription

DIMANCHE | 6 MAI 8h-16h30 8h-20h 8h-11h 11h-12h 12h-15h 15h-20h 15h-20h 15h30-16h30 16h30-20h 17h-20h

Ateliers Inscription Assemblée d’orientation et de leadership des dirigeants de l’ICM Assemblée générale annuelle de l’ICM Forum des jeunes professionnels Salon pour les délégués Affaires Salle de préparation des présentateurs Réception des nouveaux délégués et VIP Cérémonie inaugurale et réception de bienvenue Ouverture de l’Expo + Concours d’affiches des étudiants

LUNDI 7 | 7 MAI 7h30-17h 7h30-17h 7h30-17h 9h-11h30 10h-17h 12h-14h 12h-14h 12h-14h 14h-16h05 14h-16h05 15h30-17h 18h-19h 18h-19h 19h-23h

Inscription Salle de préparation des présentateurs Salon pour les délégués Affaires Séance plénière : Penser autrement – une approche moderne de l’exploitation minière L’Expo + Concours d’affiches des étudiants Lunch à l’Expo Lunch du club des 50 ans Lunch conférence : Vérité et réconciliation – appel à l’action Programme technique  Atelier de dialogues multipartites Réception-réseautage à l’Expo Réception des anciens présidents de l’ICM Réception pré-gala de l’ICM Gala Excellence de l’ICM

MARDI | 8 MAI 7h30-17h 7h30-17h 7h30-17h 8h30-16h05 10h-17h 12h-14h 12h-14h 15h30-17h 17h-19h 20h-minuit

Inscription Salle de préparation des présentateurs Salon pour les délégués Affaires Programme technique L’Expo + Concours d’affiches des étudiants Lunch à l’Expo Lunch étudiants-industrie Réception réseautage à l’Expo Réception des femmes en exploitation minière Gala Komatsu

MERCREDI | 9 MAI 7h30-14h 7h30-14h 7h30-14h 8h00-10h 8h30-12h10 12h-13h45 13h45-16h45 16h45–18h

Inscription Salle de préparation des présentateurs Salon pour les délégués Affaires Petit-déjeuner des jeunes professionnels Programme technique Lunch de clôture Programme technique Réception pour les participants à la journée gestion et finances

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PERSONAL INFORMATION

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First name:

Last name:

Mr.

Mrs.

Ms.

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Language:

English

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Title:

Company: Address

Home /

Business:

City:

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Country:

Email: (mandatory – confirmation is sent by email)

Postal/Zip Code:

_Tel.: (country code/city/number)

Emergency Contact Name:

Fax: (country code/city/number)

Emergency Contact Tel.:

________

I have a dietary restriction and/or accessibility requirement. Detail: ______________________________________________________________ Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Pinterest Social media platforms I participate in Notice: CIM takes photos and videotapes this event. By registering, you give CIM permission to use any images taken during the convention and exhibition in which you appear. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

REGISTRATION FEE

MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

FULL CONVENTION DELEGATE CIM NATIONAL MEMBERS CIM Member #_____________ Business Class Regular Member Presenter Chair Recent Grad Student Unemployed Retired Life Member

TOTAL $

Before March 30

On/After March 30

$950 $750 $650 $450

$1050 $900 $800 $600

$________ $________ $________ $________

$100

$150

$________

Before March 30

On/After March 30

$1,150 $950 $850 $150 $150 Free

$1,250 $1,100 $950 $200 $200 Free

TOTAL $ $________ $________ $________ $________ $________ $________

First time attendee? Yes No I attended a CIM Convention before and would be delighted to mentor a first time attendee, help them maximize their learning, networking and overall experience. I will be available to attend a Mentor-Mentee reception on the Sunday afternoon before the official opening

WORKSHOPS Full Delegate’s registration fee for 1-Day: 100 Workshop Only, Visitors, Exhibitors for 1-Day : $350

Sunday, May 6 – (1 day) NON CIM-MEMBERS Business Class Regular Non-Member Presenter Chair Student Unemployed Retired Media (Press card required) GUEST/SPOUSE REGISTRATION $50

Guest / Spouse registration

TOTAL $ $________

Mineral Resource Estimation and Simulation State of Practice in Water, Tailings, and Mineral Waste Management Characteristics of a responsible management system for mines waste facilities The science of communication – the CSR practitioner’s role in building trust through media. “BIO” Treatment for Mining Waters: Current State of Knowledge and Best Practices.

Guest/Spouse first name:___________________________________

Sunday, May 6 – (½ day)

Guest/Spouse last name:___________________________________

Full Delegate’s registration fee: $75 Workshop Only, Visitors, Exhibitors: $150

Guest/Spouse email:_______________________________________ THE EXPO ONLY Visitor to The Expo only Exhibitor Staff OTHER REGISTRATIONS 1 Day Convention pass (choose one) Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Management & Finance Day (Wed) (Lunch fee included)

TOTAL $ $50 $50 $________ See website for pricing structure Before March 30

On/After March 30

TOTAL $

Before March 30

On/After March 30

$375

$375

$______

$425

$425

$______

Mining 101–An Introduction to Mining and Mineral Processing (AM) Diversity & Inclusion 101 (AM) TSM and Tailings Management (PM) Early career Forum (PM) : $50

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DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION (mandatory)

SOCIAL ACTIVITIES QTY Sunday, May 6 First Time Attendee Reception

COST

TOTAL

Included in first time delegate registration Included in delegate registration

Opening Reception Monday, May 7 Lunch on The Expo Floor Extra Lunch on The Expo Floor CIM Awards Gala

Included in delegate registration _____ $30 _____ _____ $150 _____

Tuesday, May 8 Young Mining Professionals (YMP) keynote Breakfast Lunch on The Expo Floor Extra Lunch on The Expo Floor Komatsu Gala Student-Industry Luncheon* Women in Mining Reception

_____ $55 _____ Included in delegate registration _____ $30 _____ Included in delegate registration Included in Student registration _____ $50 _____

Wednesday, May 9 Closing Luncheon

_____

$80

_____

*Activities marked with an asterisk are designated only for those registered as a Student.

DONATION TO THE M4S EDUCATIONAL SHOW I am pleased to make a donation to the CIM Foundation to support the development of M4S, the educational public show on mining, minerals, metals and materials. I wish to donate:

$25

$50

$75

$100 Other____

I understand that this amount will be added to the total of my registration invoice. A donation receipt will follow by email.

BOOKS (special show prices) Metallurgical Plant Design book Metallurgical Plant Design (ebook) Women of impact book Woman of innovation

$150 $99 $15 $25

Arrival date: ________________ Departure date: ________________ How did you hear about this event? I attend every year Email campaign A brochure CIM Magazine Other magazine: _________________________________________ CIM website Other website (please specify)_______________________________ CIM booth at other trade show (please specify)_________________ A call from a telemarketer Exhibitor invitation From my supervisor From a friend Industry category Surface Mining Underground Mining Equipment Supplies Service and Supplies Academia Government Mining Mining Properties Companies Other, please specify: ___________________________________ Primary job function (check one) President/Vice-President/General Manager Maintenance Personnel Engineer Geologist Consultant Production/Operations Purchasing Sales/Marketing Personnel Human Resources Investors Communities Relations Research Other (please specify) _______________________________ Do you make final purchasing decisions?

METHOD OF PAYMENT

GRAND TOTAL

What hotel will you be staying at or planning to stay at during the CIM 2018? Hotel Name: ______________________________________________

$______

All rates ($) are in Canadian funds. Taxes are extra. GST # R106861644 Bank Transfer – please send me the CIM reference number. (Funds must be received by April 16, 2018) Enclosed is my check for $________ payable to CIM (Check must be received by April 16, 2018) Please charge my credit card: (check one) MasterCard Visa American Express Name on the card:________________________________ Card No.: _______________________________________ Expiry date: ______ / ______ Signature:_______________________________________ Your signature authorizes your credit card to be charged for the total payment due. CIM reserves the right to charge the correct amount if different from the total listed.

Yes

Influence

No

Products of interest New Product Material Handling Power and Power Transmission Auxiliary Equipment and Supplies Drilling and Drilling Equipment Mining Equipment Components and Replacement Equipment Electrical Equipment and Supplies Processing/Preparation Engineering, Construction and Mining Services Other Related Equipment Products and Services

Your preferred CIM society Canadian Mineral Processors Society of Rock Engineering Environmental and Social Responsibility Underground Mining Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability Surface Mining Management & Economics Metallurgy and Materials Mining Society of Nova Scotia Geological Remove my name from your mailing list.

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DESCRIPTION OF REGISTRATION CATEGORIES Non-CIM Member delegate registration fee, except Media, includes a oneyear membership to CIM. *Business Class, CIM Member, CIM Non-Member, Presenter or Chair, Recent Grad, **Student, Retired, Unemployed, Life Member and Media registration includes: •Full access to technical presentations •Finance and Management Day •Admission to purchase workshops (choose one per day, per time slot) •Admission to The Expo •A drink ticket for Sunday night Opening Reception •Drink tickets for Monday and Tuesday receptions in The Expo •Lunch for two days on The Expo floor •Komatsu Gala on Tuesday night •Free access to the technical papers on the website after the convention *Business Class registration also includes access to the CIM Business Centre. The Business Centre will have computers and internet connections for laptops and printers. Small meeting rooms and refreshments will also be available. **Student registration also includes the Student-Industry luncheon on Tuesday. Guest/Spouse registration – Spouses are guests who do not have any scientific or educational interest in the convention. If a guest/spouse wishes to attend the technical program or workshop(s), he/she must register and pay the full convention fee. Guest/Spouse registration includes: •Admission to The Expo •Access to the Sunday night Opening Ceremony •Komatsu Gala on Tuesday night 1-Day Convention registration includes: •Full access to technical presentations on that day •Admission to The Expo (Monday or Tuesday) •Lunch and reception to The Expo floor (Monday or Tuesday) Management & Finance Day (Wed) registration includes: •Full access to the Management and Finance technical presentations on Wednesday •Closing Luncheon

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CIM Meetings Department 3500 de Maisonneuve Blvd. West, Suite 1250 Montreal, Quebec H3Z 3C1 Tel.: (514) 939-2710, 1345; Fax: (514) 939-2714 Toll free: 1-800-667-1246 (North America only) Email: registration@cim.org

CANCELLATION/SUBSTITUTION POLICY • A processing fee of $197 will be applied to all cancelled registrations. • After April 16, no refund will be issued for registration fees, and social/guest tickets. • To be pre-registered, you have to send this registration form before April 16. After April 16, delegates are requested to register onsite at the Vancouver convention center or online. • Substitutions must be submitted in writing by the original registrant by April 16, 2018. • After April 16, the substitute must bring a letter from the original registrant to be processed onsite at the Vancouver convention centre. • CIM is not responsible for airfare, housing, or other costs incurred by participants in the event of program or registration cancellation. All rates ($) in Canadian funds. GST # R106861644 / QST # 1006100798 Changes and cancellations must be requested in writing by email before April 16 to: registration@cim.org

CONVENTION HOTELS To reserve hotel rooms, please refer to our Hotel Reservation webpage: https://convention.cim.org/2018/en/register/register/

AIR TRAVEL INFORMATION

We have appointed Air Canada as the official airline for the CIM 2018 Convention & Expo in Vancouver. For online reservation, just go on www.aircanada.com and enter code 7VNZWQF1 on the search engine.

Visitor to The Expo registration includes: •Admission to The Expo Exhibitor Staff •Full access to technical presentations •Finance and Management Day •Komatsu Gala on Tuesday night

Complete convention information and event descriptions are available at: convention.cim.org

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