The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum
The leading not-for-profit technical society of professionals in the Canadian minerals, metals, materials and energy industries.
Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia
Through leadership, advocacy and partnerships, AME will protect and promote the interests of mineral explorers and developers operating or based in British Columbia
British Columbia Geological Survey (BCGS)
The Survey conducts research to establish the geological evolution of the province of British Columbia and assess its mineral resources. New and historical information provided by the Survey is used for sound land use management, effective mineral exploration, and responsible governance.
Geoscience BC generates independent, relevant, public earth science research and data about British Columbia’s minerals, energy and water resources. This advances knowledge, informs responsible development, encourages investment and stimulates innovation
Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC)
The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) is the leading voice of the mineral exploration and development community. With over 7,500 members around the world, PDAC’s work centers on supporting a competitive, responsible mineral sector. PDAC is known worldwide for its annual PDAC Convention—the premier international event for the industry
BC Geophysical Society
The BC Geophysical Society (BCGS), founded in 1970, is a non-profit society established to promote the understanding of Geophysical Sciences and to further cheer and fellowship in the geophysical community of British Columbia.
Geological Survey of Canada (GSC)
The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) is part of the Earth Sciences Sector of Natural Resources Canada. The GSC is Canada’s oldest scientific agency and one of its first government organizations. The GSC is Canada’s national organization for geoscientific information and research. Its world-class expertise focuses on the sustainable development of Canada’s mineral, energy and water resources; stewardship of Canada’s environment; management of natural geological and related hazards; and technology innovation.
Geological Association of Canada
The Geological Association of Canada (GAC®) is a national multi-disciplinary geoscience organization with representatives in all Canadian provinces and territories as well as the United States, Europe and other parts of the world.
The Mining Association of Canada
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) promotes a strong, sustainable mining industry that benefits all Canadians and supports continued prosperity across the country. MAC actively represents the Canadian mining industry on key public policy areas, including: regulatory efficiency, economic competitiveness, northern development, corporate social responsibility, Aboriginal affairs and human resources.
Society of Economic Geologists
The Society of Economic Geologists, Inc., (SEG) is an international organization of individual members with interests in the field of economic geology. Annual conferences, field trips, short courses, and publications ensure an active communication of economic geology-related concepts within the membership and with the economic geology profession at large.
Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits (SGA)
The Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits (SGA) is an international scientific society that promotes the science of mineral deposits geology. Its publication, Mineralium Deposita, is recognized as a premier international scientific journal on mineral deposits geology.
Below BC connects a range of audiences with all aspects of earth science with creative, engaging , and compelling events and resources, online and in person.
B.C. Wildfire Service
Get information on current wildfire activity in B.C., including details about specific wildfires, fire response efforts, and Fire Danger Ratings across the province.
Natural disasters such as wildfires, hurricanes, floods and tornadoes can damage asbestos-containing materials and lead to asbestos exposure among first responders, cleanup crews and nearby residents. Learn how to prevent asbestos exposure when preparing for and cleaning up after a natural disaster.