Mining Your Future on February 15th at the Nor’Wester Best Western


Mining Your Future North Superior Workforce Planing BoardTHUNDER BAY – Sold out! The North Superior Workforce Planning Board, together with the Thunder Bay Community Economic Development Commission are hosting Mining Your Future on February 15th at the Nor’Wester Best Western in Thunder Bay. The two hundred spots for the one day event are now full.

However if you still want to participate, you will be able to do so. and the NSWPB will offer the conference in HD Livestream+ ©.

The forum will consist of keynote presentations on three thriving areas of mining in our region: exploration, production, and supply and services businesses. In addition, workshops will be held on topics such as: trades in mining, women in mining, transferable skills, environmental careers in mining, First Nations in mining, and careers in prospecting.

The forum runs from 8:30AM until 4:00PM.

NSWPB Co-Chair of Business Frank Pullia, says “This is a great opportunity for the NSWPB to not only play a meaningful role in bringing together the key players in this growing sector of our economy, but also to provide a in-depth perspective on current and future job opportunities”.

Co-Chair of Labour Elaine Kerr states, “This is an exciting event for Thunder Bay and the Region especially given the growth within the Mining industry in Northwestern Ontario. This is an opportunity where both men and women can find out more about this dynamic industry. In addition, it will showcase what training opportunities are available and the various job positions. Now is the time to find out how to become a part of such an expanding industry right here in our own back yard and within the region”.

The goals of the conference are endorsed by Thunder Bay Atikokan MPP Bill Mauro, “Thunder Bay and Northwestern Ontario have already seen large employment growth in the mining industry over the last few years — with more to come. It is important that we continue to highlight the opportunities that exist now and in the future for people soon to enter the workforce, and those already there.”

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