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  • 4 May 2022 8:24 AM | Peter Tschirhart (Administrator)

    KEGS May 2022 Bulletin

    KEGS May Talk

    Our next KEGS talk is happening May 10th at 4:00 PM EDT and will be hosted exclusively online. 


    TitleApplication of Magnetotelluric in Geothermal Exploration

    Speaker: Fateme Hormozzade

    Date: Tuesday May 10th at 4:00 PM EDT




    Abstract: Interest in geothermal exploration as an alternative source of energy is rising around the world as well as in Canada. Mapping structures of a geothermal reservoir is a necessary task to understand the fluid flow regime and viability of the reservoir. Magnetotelluric (MT) methods, are a subset of electromagnetic (EM) exploration techniques and are commonly used in geothermal studies. An audio-magnetotelluric (AMT) survey was conducted to explore for shallow geothermal resources in the Garibaldi Volcanic Belt, Canada, the location of which has the highest geothermal potential in Canada. In this talk, the potential geothermal reservoir at the Mount Meager Volcanic Complex (MMVC) will be reviewed. A detailed near surface electrical resistivity model of the MMVC region will be presented to 3-D image the reservoir zones accounting for the steep mountain topography. The results will support the broader goals of reducing the economic risks of geothermal exploration in the Garibaldi Volcanic Belt.

    Bio: Fateme is a Ph.D. candidate in geophysics at Carleton University. She earned her B.Sc. in mining exploration engineering in 2014 and M.Sc. in petroleum exploration engineering in 2016 from the University of Tehran. After her M.Sc. studies, she gained 2+ years of work experience in a consulting company as a petrophysicist, studying petrophysical data and well logs of different reservoirs. She is currently involved in the Garibaldi Geothermal Volcanic Belt Assessment Project with the Geological Survey of Canada and is a teacher and research assistant at Carleton University. Her PhD thesis focus on the use of magnetotellurics to define shallow crustal fluid systems and geothermal reservoirs, insights from Garibaldi Volcanic Belt, BC, Canada. 


    PDAC EM Mini-Symposium Announcement and Call for Abstracts

    KEGS is excited to announce a mini symposium focused on the electromagnetic (EM) method is planned for Saturday June 11th 2022. It will be held in person in Toronto, Canada the weekend preceding the Prospectors and Developers Association Convention. A social event will follow the symposium.

    Theme

    Electromagnetic (EM) methods have been a mainstay in exploration geophysics for over 50 years and continue to be a vital tool in applied geoscience. As EM systems have increased in power, complexity, and resolution jointly with vastly improved data processing and visualization tools, their application has extended well beyond the bump-hunters of old. The mini symposium aims to provide a snapshot of recent advances and applications of the EM method to geoscience problems. 

    The event will comprise a series of invited and solicited talks. At this time, KEGS is soliciting abstract submissions for a limited number of talks on the following topics: 

    • Advances in EM acquisition, data processing and modelling
    • Case histories of EM in mineral exploration
    • Application of EM to non-exploration geoscience problems

    Abstract Submissions 

    Short abstracts (maximum 400 words) are due Friday, May15th, 2022.  Please click here to submit your abstract, with "KEGS 2022 EM Mini Symposium Abstract" in the subject line.

    Due to the short advanced notice of the call for abstracts, authors are encouraged to submit previously prepared talks.

    The full schedule, pricing and registration will follow in a dedicated bulletin announcement.


    Mark your calendar for KEGS future talks and events!

    KEGS is pleased to announce following talks and events going forward: 

    KEGS July Talk

    Title: Mining Geophysics on a shoe-string

    Authors: Alan Reid, Reid Geophysics Ltd

    Date: Tuesday, July 5th

    KEGS is currently looking for potential speakers for the Fall 2022 sessions. If you are interested to speak at a KEGS monthly talk, please contact us.

    Find out about more geo scientific events in GTA Geoscience calendar here


    KEGS Foundation Update

    The full KEGS Foundation Update can be found here. Key Items:

    • Scholarship Application Deadline: Extended to May 10
    • BOD meeting and AGM held March 9: Annual overview and outlook
    • Participation encouraged at BCGS Drone Symposium and PDAC Convention
    • Thanks to recent donors; additional donations encouraged

    Additional details can be on the Foundation’s website www.kegsfoundation.org.


    MTNet webinars on EM 

    EMinars: A series of webinars on EM Induction in the Earth in the broadest sense, from theory to acquisition to time series processing to analysis to modelling and inversion to interpretation

    You can see the line-up on the MTNet EMinars web page here


    PDAC Convention Technical Sessions and Short Courses

    The 2022 PDAC technical program and list of short courses is now available online with sessions held during the in person (June 13-15) and virtual convention (June 28-29). Sessions and courses which may be of particular interest to KEGS members include:

    Geophysics for geologists: A geologist’s perspective - In person - Sunday, June 12, 2022

    New exploration developments and techniques - In person - Monday, June 13, 2022

    Rock physical properties: Why bother? - In person - Tuesday, June 14, 2022

    Geophysics - Online - Tuesday, June 28, 2022

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  • 4 Apr 2022 9:19 AM | Peter Tschirhart (Administrator)

    KEGS April Talk
    Our next KEGS talk is happening in just over two weeks time! This talk will be hosted exclusively online. 

    Title: New Developments on Data Acquisition Technology for Identifying Base and Precious Metals
    Speaker: Alexandre Coutu
    Date: Tuesday April 12th at 4:00 PM EDT






    Abstract: In this talk, a potential mining site surveyed by two different mediums - traditional fixed wing aircraft and a remotely piloted aircraft system (RPAS) will be reviewed. The total magnetic intensity survey performance of a fully electric aeromagnetic long-range remotely piloted aircraft system (RPAS) will be compared to a previously flown survey from a traditional aeromagnetic fixed wing aeroplane (Navajo PA-31). The vertical takeoff and landing fixed wing RPAS used a single externally mounted magnetometer system for the total magnetic intensity survey while the traditional aircraft utilized an onboard magnetometer. From the survey results, we’ll take a deep dive into the resolution of the system, the sampling frequency, the speed of the survey, the distance, and the greenhouse gas emissions. Based on the experimental results, we will investigate the benefits of the substitute RPAS data acquisition platform over traditional airborne surveying methods.  

    Bio: Alexandre Coutu completed his undergraduate education in electrical engineering at Ryerson University with a focus on drone research and development where he was a part of and led the award-winning university drone team, Ryerson Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, from 2017 - 2021. Alexandre and his team developed state of the art fixed-wing vertical take-off and landing drone systems to expand upon the regular capabilities of RPAS within industry. In addition to his studies and research, he was a member of Ryerson’s zones - iBoost and the Design Fabrication Zone - to develop a business around the newly created tech. Upon finishing his undergraduate degree in 2020, he spent the following two years as a co-founder of Rosor, a geophysical surveying company, with his team to further develop specialized long-range systems with industry partners specifically for geophysical applications. Alexandre is particularly interested in applying novel drone surveying technology to the next big mining discovery.

     

    Mark your calendar for KEGS future talks and events!
    KEGS is pleased to announce following confirmed talks and events going forward:
        
    Tuesday May 10th 
    Title: Application of Magnetotelluric in Geothermal Exploration
    Authors: Fateme Hormozzade, Jim Craven (Geological Survey of Canada), and Dariush Motazedian (Carleton University)

    June 2022
    Planning for a KEGS in-person event at the PDAC is underway. Stay tuned for a future announcement.

    Tuesday July 5th 
    Title: Mining Geophysics on a shoe-string
    Authors: Alan Reid, Reid Geophysics Ltd

    KEGS is currently looking for potential speakers for the Fall 2022 sessions. If you are interested to speak at a KEGS monthly talk, please contact us.

    Find out about more geo scientific events in GTA Geoscience calendar here
    KEGS Foundation Update
    The full KEGS Foundation Update can be found here. Key Items:
    • BOD meeting and AGM held March 9: Annual overview and outlook
    • KEGS Symposium: Student registration
    • Participation encouraged at BCGS Drone Symposium and PDAC Convention
    • Scholarship Program Renewed: Application Deadline April 30
    • Thanks to recent donors; additional donations encouraged
    Additional details can be on the Foundation’s website www.kegsfoundation.org.
    Don Salt award for 2022 winners
    The Don Salt scholarship, endowed in memory of geophysicist Don Salt by the Salt family and Falconbridge (now Glencore) and sponsored by KEGS, is awarded annually to senior undergraduate students at the University of Toronto. Suitability of applicants is judged on the basis of the overall demonstrated interest and ability of the student, insofar as these factors apply to a career in geophysics.

    KEGS is happy to announce the winners of this year's Don Salt scholarship. This year's winners are: 

    Eve Carrothers - Geophysics Specialist, Earth and Environmental Systems Major, University of Toronto

    Alan Yu - Environmental Physics, University of Toronto Scarborough


    Toronto Geological Discussion Group 
    The next TGDG event may be of interest to KEGS members:


    Title: Title: Improving DC Resistivity Inversions in the Athabasca Basin through Geological and Physical Property Constraints
    Speaker: Clint Keller, Senior Geophysicist, Cameco Corporation
    Date: Tuesday April 5th at 4:00 PM EDT


    More Info and Registration
    Women Geoscientists in Canada 
    The April WGC webinar may be of interest to KEGS members:


    Title: Corporate Talk, Negotiation 101: The Foundation
    Speaker: Holly Burton, Leadership Coach for Women in Male-Dominated Industries
    Date: Friday April 10th at 1:00 PM EDT


    More Info and Registration
    BCGS 2022 Workshop: Drones in Geoscience
    The BC Geophysical Society is excited to announce an upcoming 2022 Workshop “Drones in Geoscience”.

    Dates: Thursday May 12, 2022 – Lectures & Presentations
                Friday May 13, 2022 – Live Field Demonstrations

    More Info and Registration

    Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience
    SAGE is a four-week research and education program in exploration geophysics for graduate & undergraduate students, and working professionals based in Santa Fe, NM, USA

    Application deadline April 22, 2022

    More Info and How to Apply

    Next Generation Explorers Award 
    The NGEA is an international competition open to students enrolled in an undergraduate earth science degree or post-graduate research (masters or PhD). Teams are encouraged to be multi-disciplinary and include members from other fields of study (i.e., engineers, data scientists, economists, social scientists).

    This year’s challenge features a grand prize of CAN$5000 for the team with the highest judges’ score, and three prizes of CAN$3000 for the categories of: 1) Innovation, 2) Data integration and 3) Impact & Exploration Significance.

    Finalist teams will present at the PDAC 2023!
    Deadline to submit an entry is October 31st, so enter your team today!


    More Info and How to Enter


    MTNet webinars on EM 
    EMinars: A series of webinars on EM Induction in the Earth in the broadest sense, from theory to acquisition to time series processing to analysis to modelling and inversion to interpretation

    You can see the line-up on the MTNet EMinars web page here

    PDAC Convention Technical Sessions and Short Courses
    The 2022 PDAC technical program and list of short courses is now available online with sessions held during the in person (June 13-15) and virtual convention (June 28-29). Sessions and courses which may be of particular interest to KEGS members include:
    Geophysics for geologists: A geologist’s perspective - In person - Sunday, June 12, 2022
    New exploration developments and techniques - In person - Monday, June 13, 2022
    Rock physical properties: Why bother? - In person - Tuesday, June 14, 2022
    Geophysics - Online - Tuesday, June 28, 2022
  • 4 Mar 2022 9:31 AM | Peter Tschirhart (Administrator)

    KEGS 2022 Symposium
    March usually brings two things - the arrival of spring in northern latitudes, and the annual KEGS Symposium. For 2022, the symposium "Geophysical Advances: Case Studies and New Techniques" will be a virtual event comprising four session in late March.
    • Session 1: Magnetic Applications and Processing: March 22, 2022 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • Session 2: New Techniques and Seismic: March 24, 2022 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Session 3: Best of EAGE Bordeaux 2021: March 29, 2022 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • Session 4: Electromagnetic Applications and Processing: March 31, 2022 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    The complete symposium program can be found here.

    Registration is now open on the KEGS website.
    Registrants will have access to all four sessions.  A GoToWebinar link will be sent to registrants before each session to join the online symposium.




    Pricing:
    Member  - $100 (CAD)
    Non-member - $150 (CAD) 
    Student - $25 (CAD)

    Student and Industry Showcase
    Interested in showcasing your company or recent research/projects? The symposium will include two on-demand video sections: “Student Showcase” and “Industry, Government & Research Center Updates” Both will feature 5 minute/10 slide pre-recorded videos that may be accessed at anytime. 
    • The Student Showcase will serve as an opportunity for post-secondary students to present their thesis work to the geophysical community. It is open to all students studying or making use of geophysical techniques in their field of study.
    • The Industry, Government & Research Center Updates will showcase topics that range from short case studies, new R&D initiatives, and overviews of companies’ services.
    • Student and Industry showcase video submissions will be open until March 18. 

    Symposium Sponsorship Opportunities 
    KEGS is soliciting sponsors for the 2022 Symposium. If interested, please contact Miss Micki Allen at mickiallen@marac.com

    Mark your calendar for KEGS future talks and events!
    KEGS is pleased to announce following confirmed talks and events going forward:
        
    April 12, 2022
    Title: New Developments on Data Acquisition Technology for Identifying Base and Precious Metals
    Author: Alex Coutu, Co-Founder and CEO at Rosor


    May 10, 2022
    Title: Application of Magnetotelluric in Geothermal Exploration
    Authors: Fateme Hormozzade, Jim Craven (Geological Survey of Canada), and Dariush Motazedian (Carleton University)


    KEGS is currently looking for potential speakers for 2022, if you are interested to speak at one of KEGS monthly talks, please contact.


    Find out about more geo scientific events in GTA Geoscience calendar here
    PDAC Convention Technical Sessions and Short Courses
    The 2022 PDAC technical program and list of short courses is now available online with sessions held during the in person (June 13-15) and virtual convention (June 28-29). Sessions and courses which may be of particular interest to KEGS members include:
    Geophysics for geologists: A geologist’s perspective - In person - Sunday, June 12, 2022
    New exploration developments and techniques - In person - Monday, June 13, 2022
    Rock physical properties: Why bother? - In person - Tuesday, June 14, 2022
    Geophysics - Online - Tuesday, June 28, 2022

     
    MTNet webinars on EM 
    EMinars: A series of webinars on EM Induction in the Earth in the broadest sense, from theory to acquisition to time series processing to analysis to modelling and inversion to interpretation

    You can see the line-up on the MTNet EMinars web page here

    KEGS Foundation Update
    The full KEGS Foundation Update can be found here. Update includes:
    • Scholarship Application Deadline - Students and faculty are reminded that the deadline to apply for a 2022/23 KEGS Foundation Scholarship is April 30, 2022.
    • Annual General Meeting – All interested parties are invited to attend the KEGS Foundation Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, March 9, 2022 at 4:30 pm. The Zoom link is:
              https://us05web.zoom.us/j/87206022496?pwd=VkNOeUVKOEJRYk02NlBrdnRHd3Y2UT09
              Meeting ID: 872 0602 2496
              Passcode: 8cm6Xc


    Additional details can be on the Foundation’s website www.kegsfoundation.org.
    Professional Geoscientists Ontario Announcement
    PGO announces the implementation of Incidental Practice Registration for geoscientists registered in other jurisdictions in Canada, which allows them to legally work short-term in Ontario, with a registration process designed to be quick, easy and inexpensive. Additional details are provided here.
    Membership Renewal Reminder
    Don't forget to renew your annual KEGS membership (included as part of symposium registration for non-members)! While at it, why not consider a donation the KEGS Foundation to help foster and support geophysics education within Canadian Universities. 
  • 8 Feb 2022 4:22 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We are pleased to announce the following rates this year:

    Member - $100.00 (CAD)

    Non-member - $150.00 (CAD)

    Student - $25.00 (CAD)

    KEGS 2022 Virtual Symposium will comprise four sessions:

    Session 1: Magnetic Applications and Processing: March 22, 2022 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)

    Session 2: New Techniques and Seismic: March 24, 2022 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Session 3: Best of EAGE Bordeaux 2021: March 29, 2022 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)

    Session 4: Electromagnetic Applications and Processing: March 31, 2022 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)

    More information regarding the symposium and the posted program are found here

    Registration is open via KEGS website. Registrants will have access to all 4 sessions and a GoToWebinar link will be sent to registrants before each session to join the online symposium.

    Similar to last year, the symposium will include two on-demand video sections: “Student Showcase” and “Industry, Government & Research Center Updates” Both will feature 5 minute/10 slide pre-recorded videos that may be accessed at anytime.

    The Student Showcase will serve as an opportunity for post-secondary students to present their thesis work to the geophysical community. It is open to all students studying or making use of geophysical techniques in their field of study.

    The Industry, Government & Research Center Updates will showcase topics that range from short case studies, new R&D initiatives, and overviews of companies’ services.

    Student and Industry showcase abstracts are open for submission till March 12.


  • 27 Jan 2022 11:24 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Dear KEGS Community,

    It is with deep sadness that we inform you about the passing Edward B. Morrison. Founder and President of Geotech Ltd.

    Ed passed on Saturday January 22, 2022.Our hearts go out to Ed’s family at this difficult time. Please keep them in your thoughts.

    Ed’s funeral will be held on Friday, January 28th at Taylor Funeral home, Newmarket. Public visitation will start at. 11:30am .

    More information regarding the visitation and funeral for Ed Morrison please click here

    Visitation, only 40 people per session, book in advance. Same holds for the funeral service.



  • 6 Dec 2021 9:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    The KEGS PDAC 2022 Symposium call for abstracts extends to Dec17th @ 12pm EST.

    In-person Symposium is planned for Saturday March 5,2022. Virtual participation options will be available for those who cannot travel to the PDAC due to international travel restrictions. 

    Theme
    • KEGS is soliciting abstract submissions on the following topics:
    • Integrated Case Histories
    • Artificial Intelligence in Geophysics
    • New Developments (processing, techniques and equipment)
    • Environmental
    • Near Surface
    • Under cover
    • Borehole Geophysics
    Abstract Submissions 
    Short abstracts (400 words) are due Friday, December 17, 2021 at 12pm EST.  Please click here to submit your abstract, with "KEGS 2022 Symposium Abstract" in the subject line.

    Mark your calendar for KEGS future talks and events!

    KEGS is pleased to announce a list of confirmed talks and events going forward:
                              
    KEGS Annual Holiday Social on Thursday December 9th 2021, at 5-8 pmMore info here

    Don't forget to register for our Holiday Social happening next Thursday (December 9th) at the Duke of York! Come catch up with peers, enjoy some drinks, and get into the holiday spirit! We hope to see you there.
    • $35.00 CAD for Members
    • $40.00 CAD for Non-members
    • $15.00 CAD for Students
     

    January KEGS Presentation by Francisca Maepa, PhD, G.I.T - Data Science Geologist at SRK Consulting on January 11, 2021

    Registration link to the January talk will be made available in the coming days. Please note that KEGS is currently looking for potential speakers for 2022, if you are willing to speak at one of KEGS monthly talks, please contact. Find out about more geo scientific events in GTA Geoscience calendar here

    Membership renewal reminder!

    Please log onto your account on kegsonline.org to renew your membership for 2022. Once logged in, please select the icon on the top right, and browse to your user profile. On your profile, you will see a link to Renew to 1 Jan 2023. While you are on the page, please select Edit to fill out your profile information to help keep our database up to date. Your KEGS membership allows you to obtain reduced pricing for KEGS events such as the KEGS symposium and holiday events. Being a member also means you have unlimited access to past KEGS talks from the KEGS Members Area on kegsonline.org. We sincerely thank you for continuing to support KEGS through a difficult year, and appreciate your membership. If you have any questions about how to renew your membership, please do not hesitate to contact us.


  • 1 Dec 2021 2:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Welcome to December! Join us for KEGS Dec Talk, KEGS Annual Holiday Social and much more.
    KEGS December talk

    Please register for our December talk from link above.

    Date:  Tuesday December 7th at 4:00 PM EST

    Title More EM myths and Old-fashioned Methods.

    SpeakerGreg Hodges, Senior Geophysicist at Sander Geophysics.


     

    AbstractThere are a few myths about EM held by many people that deserve study. Some of them are a result of limited experience with either time or frequency domain EM, or limited experience with multiple geological environments. Other misconceptions come from thinking that the two different mathematical models, time domain and frequency-domain, make things happen differently in the earth. Don’t ever think that the model defines the earth – it only attempts to imitate it.

    Are time domain EM and frequency domain EM the same thing, or different? The answer is: “Yes”. The earth is not frequency domain. The arrow of time is not oscillatory. But it is important to recognize that what you will see from the earth depends on how you look at it. The nature of the response depends on how you energize the earth and how you measure the response.

    Debunking other myths: Current rings propagate downward with time, but that doesn’t always mean that depth correlates to time of the response. Calculating new parameters from the same data is not adding new information. B-field from a coil is not really B-field. In-phase is real, but on-time is not in-phase. Bandwidth is about more than electronics. FDEM has IP effects. Levelling EM data damages the EM data quality.
    Sometimes a pencil and paper (and your brain) can do a better job of modeling than the best computer.

     

    Biography:  Greg Hodges is a Senior Geophysicist at Sander Geophysics.  Since 1980 his career has included most types of mineral exploration geophysics, with a strong concentration on electromagnetic methods.   His career experience has been relatively equally divided between time-domain and frequency-domain EM, and between airborne and ground (including borehole). He's worked as a ground geophysical contractor, in junior and major mining companies, and (for the last 26 years) for airborne geophysical survey companies in R&D and applications development.  Along the way he's had the good fortune to do development work with some of the leading practical experts in both time- and frequency-domain EM.

    Mark your calendar for KEGS future talks and events!

    KEGS is pleased to announce a list of confirmed talks and events going forward:
                              
    December 9 - KEGS Annual Holiday Social on Thursday December 9th 2021, at 5-8 pm. More info here

    KEGS is currently looking for potential speakers for 2022, if you are willing to speak at one of KEGS monthly talks, please contact.

    Find out about more geo scientific events in GTA Geoscience calendar 
    here

    KEGS extends condolences on the passing of Bob Middleton

    KEGS Executives extent their condolences to all his family members, friends and colleagues of Bob Middleton, a legendary mineral explorationist in Ontario and geophysicist by profession. An endowed chair at Lakehead University is being set up in Bob’s name.

    Please find his Obituary here


    The PDAC 2022 Symposium is planned for Saturday March 5th 2022.

    In person Symposium is planned for Saturday March 5. Virtual participation will be available for those who cannot travel to the PDAC due to international travel restrictions. 

    Theme

    KEGS is soliciting abstract submissions on the following topics:
    Integrated Case Histories
    Artificial Intelligence in Geophysics
    New Developments (processing, techniques and equipment)
    Environmental
    Near Surface
    Under cover
    Borehole Geophysics

    Abstract Submissions 
    Short abstracts (400 words) are due Friday, December 3rd, 2021.  Please click here to submit your abstract, with "KEGS 2022 Symposium Abstract" in the subject line.

    MTNet webinars on EM: 

    EMinars: A series of webinars on EM Induction in the Earth in the broadest sense, from theory to acquisition to time series processing to analysis to modelling and inversion to interpretation

    You can see the line-up on the MTNet EMinars web page here

    Modular course on Exploration Geophysics

    Every second December, The Mineral Exploration Research Centre at Laurentian University presents a modular course on Exploration Geophysics. This year the course will be held December 8-17 in the Executive Learning Centre, room FA-386 of the Fraser building on Laurentian’s Sudbury campus.  The course can be taken by graduate students for credit towards their degree programs, or by professionals, in which case it can be counted towards the hours required for continuing education by professional registration organizations like the PGO.  This year, professionals can sign up at a reduced rate if they participate in the lectures remotely and on-line. 

    The course is intended for geologists and geophysicists and will cover all aspects of geophysical methods: theory, instrumentation, acquisition, processing, display and interpretation.  The methods covered and the case histories presented will be focused on mineral exploration. 


    More details about the course and links to a brochure and a registration form can be found here

    Women Geoscientists in Canada - Wednesday December 8.

    When: Wednesday December 8, 2021, 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern
    Title: Active Allyship & Finding Your Voice
    Speaker: Chrissy Benz

    Register here

    KEGS Foundation Update

    The full KEGS Foundation Update can be found hereUpdate includes:
     
    KEY ITEMS:
    • Presentation of Scholarship Awards
    • Bourse Québécoise : Inaugural Award to Adrien Dimech
    • Seeking Donations
       
    Additional details can be on the Foundation’s website www.kegsfoundation.or


  • 29 Nov 2021 10:17 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Please join us for the in person KEGS Annual Holiday Social on Thursday December 9th 2021, at 5-8 pm EST.

    Where: The Duke of York Pub, 39 Prince Arthur Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1B2

    Cost:

    $15.00 CAD for Students

    $35.00 CAD for Members

    $40.00 CAD for Non-members

    The ticket will include hors d'oeuvres and one beverage.

    Note: Proof of valid COVID-19 Vaccination Required. Due to Covid-restrictions, space is limited. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

    Register here


  • 22 Nov 2021 12:14 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    It is with great sadness and sorrow to announce that Bob Middleton, a legendary mineral explorationist in Ontario and geophysicist by profession, has passed away. KEGS Executives extent their condolences to all his family members, friends and colleagues.

    Bob's funeral is scheduled for Thursday, November 25 at 11am at Sargent & Son in Thunder Bay, ON. A lunch will follow the service at the funeral home.

    Sargent & Son requires that attendees have received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine and that at least 14 days have passed since their second dose. Identification is also required.

    A virtual viewing of the service will be available on the Sargent & Son Facebook page as well as on Google (please search for Sargent & Son Funeral Home).

    Address:

    Sargent & Son

    21 North Court StreetThunder Bay, ON, CanadaP7A 4T4

    For more information on an obituary please check Website and Facebook


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