Have you ever heard of CORE? I’m not speaking about drill core and what do they do? Those are very good questions and if you believe in protecting the Canada Brand as a key competitive advantage for your company then stay tuned. To help us understand better about CORE, The Canadian Obudsperson for Responsible Enterprise, I am very pleased to have Sheri Meyerhoffer who on the April 8, 2019 was appointed as the very first Umbudsperson for CORE.
It’s a fascinating conversation and Andrea’s insights on what she is seeing as major trends for the mining industry in terms of ESG and Sustainability are must hear-and-see for all mining suppliers.
This is a must watch show as Ryan welcomes special guest Andy Reynolds, President of Inspire Resources. Andy will discuss with Ryan how he is co-leading an innovation challenge called “adaptable and scalable mining”. It’s an insightful and candid conversation fit for any mining services company looking to gain new ground in the mining sector.
On episode 58 of The DIG, host Ryan McEachern speaks to Chris McCue, President and CEO of McCue Engineering. Chris will discuss with Ryan McCue Engineering’s brand launch of PanAqua, a smarter, modular way of providing waste water treatment that is scalable to the mining industry.
The big topic on episode 57 of The DIG is robotics and automation. Host Ryan McEachern speaks to Ryan Catton, Business Development Manager at Ionic Mechatronics.
The Federal Budget was released recently, and for the mining sector, there is a lot. This is a budget with a focus on the mining ecosystem and in terms of critical minerals. It addresses every aspect of the value chain from exploration and discovery to the EV automotive assembly plant, and more. Joining Ryan to discuss the budget and what this means for Canada’s mining sector is Brendan Marshall, VP Economic and Northern Affairs for the Mining Association of Canada and Ian London, Executive Director for the Canadian Critical Minerals & Materials Alliance.
Ryan speaks to Yannik Gauthier, Commercial Account Director with Export Development Canada. The two discuss solutions for mining suppliers such as how does a company fit into indirect export? And, what if you have that deal that will be a game changer for your company, but the client defaults and doesn’t pay you? EDC has a solution for you so your company isn’t threatened in any way plus other solutions for your financial toolkit.
We are pleased to have Andrew Swart, Global Sector Leader, Mining & Metals at Deloitte, returning to our show to discuss the recent publication from Deloitte – It’ Annual Tracking the Trends. Every year Deloitte’s Global Mining Team publishes the top 10 trends they believe mining companies should focus on to not only remain profitable but to be sustainable or as they state ‘to leave a positive social impact as their legacy’.
Export Development Canada or more commonly known as EDC are well known to many in our world as an export credit agency but they offer a lot more to help you grow your export market than just export credit insurance. And one of those other valuable solutions is what we will look into in this episode..
Progesys is a global expert in project management and the successful transitioning of capital projects to operations. Recently they acquired project management firm Acttio in Brazil. This strategic transaction provides Progesys a physical presence in the region to serve the South American market..
Welcome to Episode 51 of The DIG. Host Ryan McEachern speak with the dynamic duo CEO Jim Hawkins and Executive Chairman Jim Fisk from Railveyor.
What better way for MSTA CANADA to celebrate an important milestone of reaching Episode 50 for The DIG then to have host Ryan McEachern speaking with returning guest Peter Hall, Chief Economist from Export Development Canada (EDC).
This week, host Ryan McEachern speaks with returning guest Shahram Tafazoli, Founder & CEO of Motion Metrics. The company recently announced that it will be acquired by Engineering giant Weir Group headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland At first glance, it looks like another great Canadian company being..
As an industry in Canada that is the largest heavy industrial employer of indigenous peoples and will probably continue to grow as we explore and develop mineral resources, I feel that I am not fully educated and probably naïve regarding this topic and my hope is that through this conversation maybe you as..
With the push for companies to lower their carbon footprint, an easy target is your source of power generation. What if you could swap out your existing diesel generators with a modular system that can significantly reduce your diesel consumption? A system that easily transitions to another clean energy..
On Episode 46 of The DIG – Joining Ryan is returning guest Todd Burns, President and founder of Cypher Environmental. Ryan and Todd discuss Cypher’s Green Roads Program. A concept that perfectly aligns with the company’s CSR and ESG strategies. The topic regarding ESG (Environment, Social..
Joining The DIG this week is Ryan’s guest Dustin Angelo, CEO and founder of Novamera. When you talk to geologists and operators in the industry, you will hear about the countless stories of discovering high grade quartz veins on the surface. It’s extremely exciting but when you apply conventional mining..
We are back and on Episode 44, Ryan speaks with Kal Ruberg, VP Future and Chief Innovation Officer for Teck Resources Limited, about Teck’s vision of mining in the future. Stephanie Alvarez is talking about… in-person trade shows? And as always, The DIG finishes off with 6 N 60 where we share the top 6 mining news stories in 60 seconds.
On this week’s show, Ryan speaks with Trevor Walker, President and CEO of Frontier Lithium. Stephanie Alvarez is talking about…trade shows? And The DIG finishes off with 6 N 60.
On this week’s show, Ryan speaks with Theo Yameogo about EY’s recent launch of the Americas Metals and Mining Centre of Excellence. Stephanie Alvarez is talking about…trade show? And The DIG finishes off with 6 N 60.
On this week’s show, Ryan speaks with Don Duval, CEO of NORCAT, on their unique and innovative business model and how they are helping mining suppliers get in front of mining companies. And like clockwork, The DIG finishes off with 6 N 60.
On this week’s show, Brendan Marshall, Vice president with the Mining Association of Canada is back to give us his take on the federal budget announced on April 19th . Key themes included Critical and battery electric minerals as part of a net zero economy but did the budget really go far enough to help our..
The federal budget was recently released and it had a lot in it….724 pages to be exact and critical minerals were recognized as a key component in moving towards a net zero economy. But did the budget go far enough to support our industry to succeed moving forward? Host of The DIG and MSTA CANADA..
The federal government released its budget on Monday April 19th, and with over 700 pages there is a lot to digest. The big question is, does this budget support the needs of the mining and mining suppliers sectors? Also Prime Minister Trudeau announced at the international climate summit that Canada..
Ryan McEachern hosts a 3-part Special Budget Preview Edition of MSTA CANADA The DIG. In this 3-part series, Ryan and his guests discuss the upcoming federal budget, and the impact it may have on the exploration and mining sector. In Part-3, Jeff Killeen, Director, Policy & Programs from the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada..