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HAWKINS, Paul Alan – February 15, 1953 – November 17, 2017

Paul Hawkins passed away peacefully on Friday, November 17, 2017 at the age of 64 years. His parents, Gerald and Margaret Olive welcomed Paul into the world in Toronto, Ontario on February 15, 1953. Paul, following in his older brothers steps, David and John, grew up in the Beaches neighborhood in Toronto and their […]

Friday November 10 MEG Lunch Talk

Jim Allan – Early Stage Mineral Exploration in Latin America
Location: Kerby Centre downtown Calgary (1133 – 7th Ave. SW). This presentation will be held in the Kerby Lounge on the 2nd floor. Doors open at 11:30am and talk starts at noon. Members: $20; Non-members: $25; Students: $10. To attend, please email luncheons@megcalgary.com so we […]

Calgary MEG Luncheon Friday Oct 6, 2017

Dr. Andreas Rompel – The Smith and Canadian Cobalt Projects, Ontario
Abstract:
Located in the heart of the prolific Cobalt Camp, the Smith Cobalt Project is comprised of 14 patented claims and 10 staked mineral claims covering 863.6 ha. Location of the Smith Cobalt Project is in Cobalt, Ontario, Canada on the border to Quebec, approximately […]

Field trip to the Monarch and Kicking Horse Pb-Zn-Ag Mines, near Field, B.C., in Yoho National Park

Thank you for the very positive response to the upcoming field trip to the Monarch and Kicking Horse Pb-Zn-Ag Mines, near Field, B.C., in Yoho National Park. The field trip will be on September 23rd, based on the popular vote! This field trip will be lead by Barry Richards, of the GSC Calgary, a […]

Calgary MEG Luncheon May 5, 2017

Abstract:

Margaux Resources Kootenay Arc project is located in the West Kootenay region of southern British Columbia, near the community of Salmo. The project encompasses approximately 19,000 hectares. Its southern boundary coincides with the Canada-USA border, with claims extending to the north for about 30 km.

In a regional sense, the project straddles the deformation zone […]

MEG Lunch Meeting Tuesday April 18

Preliminary results on the inorganic geochemistry of metalliferous shale and mudstone in Alberta
Our next meeting will be held Tuesday April 18, 2017

Organic‐rich shale is recognized as an unconventional reservoir for hydrocarbons in Alberta; however it could also be considered as a reservoir for polymetallic mineralization. Polymetallic occurrences or highly anomalous concentrations of various metals […]

MEG Social Event March 29, 2017

The MEG will be holding a Social Event at the Pig and Duke pub (503 4 Ave SW) on Wednesday March 29th. The event will be a casual opportunity to mingle and network with other MEG members. All members, or prospective members, are invited to drop by between 4:30-7:00pm.

March 17, 2017 – MEG Calgary Luncheon Talk

Ms. Julia Lane with ATAC Resources will present a luncheon talk titled “Characteristics of Carlin-Type and Other Carbonate Replacement Style Gold Mineralized Zones of the Rackla Gold Project in East-Central Yukon” at the Kerby Centre downtown Calgary (1133 – 7th Ave. SW). Please e-mail: luncheons@megcalgary.com to confirm attendance.

The Rackla Gold Project encompasses over 1,800 […]

Feb 10 MEG Luncheon – West Red Lake Gold Mines

Mr. John Kontak with West Red Lake Gold Mines Inc. will present a luncheon talk about the expansion of the Rowan Mine Zones on the West Red Lake Project, Northwest Ontario. The luncheon talk will be at the Kerby Centre downtown Calgary (1133 – 7th Ave. SW). Please e-mail luncheons@megcalgary.com to confirm attendance. The […]

Jan 6 MEG Luncheon

Uravan Minerals: Using Geochemistry to Explore For Deeply Buried Unconformity-Related U at the Stewardson Lake Project
Uravan Minerals Inc. is a junior mining and technology company focused on exploring for high grade unconformity-related U deposits in the Athabasca Basin, Canada.  Since 2009 Uravan has been developing innovative exploration geochemical techniques in collaboration with leading academic […]

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