WIM Canada’s 8th Women in Mining International Networking Reception is around the corner!

MTCC, North building
Room 105
Tuesday, March 3
3:00 – 5:00 pm

Take advantage of a global networking opportunity at the 8th annual Women in Mining International Reception hosted by Women in Mining Canada, designed to bring together industry leaders, academia, employers, students and job seekers from around the world. Here, you can connect with the people and personalities who comprise this dynamic industry and celebrate the global contributions that women have made to this vibrant industry – this reception is full of the energy that will fuel your PDAC experience. Afternoon appetizers and refreshments will be served.

During the ceremony, Women in Mining Canada will announce the winner of the 2014 Trailblazer Award – the first national award in Canada to recognize the achievements of women who have made a significant contribution to Canadian mining. For more information on the WIM Canada Trailblazer Award and 2015 nomination information, please visit the WIM Canada website at wimcanada.org.

Visit Women in Mining (WIM) Canada on the Trade Show floor at Booth 913, pre-and post-reception.
Become a member, learn how to become involved through volunteering or participating on committees, catch up with old friends and grow your network.
WIM Canada is a national not-for-profit organization formed in 2009 and focused on advancing the interests of women in the minerals exploration and mining sector. For more details please contact 

Please find below an invite to our reception next week, a WIM Canada flyer, and a brochure WIM Canada’s current study, funded by the federal government. WIM Canada is spearheading an initiative to develop a National Action Plan that focuses on the attraction and retention of women in the skilled trades and executive level positions in the mining sector. Working collaboratively with the mining industry, this project will provide advice and develop guidance materials for companies to use to create a cultural shift in their organization and boost their overall Gender Intelligence Quotient (GIQ), working to eliminate the unconscious bias between genders and assist with change management within their organizations.

WIM Postcard 2015

WIM Canada brochure

WIM Canada Action Plan Brochure