Many thanks to those who registered and participated in our first 2 virtual events in March. Registration for our 3rd virtual event on April 21st – Return to Work for Northern Mining Sites is below.
Our thanks to Crown Indigenous Relations & Northern Affairs Canada and to Government of Nunavut, Economic Development and Transportation and Agnico Eagle Mines for their support towards this virtual initiative.
This event has been postponed until further notice.
Return to Work Plan for Kivalliq Mines
Register below for our virtual event “Return to Work for Northern Mining Sites Virtual”
Sponsored by Agnico Eagle Mines.
Wednesday, March 24th, 2021:
Climate Change Secretariat and clean energy in Nunavut
Andréane Lussier, Climate Change Mitigation Manager
Climate Change Secretariat, Department of Environment, Government of Nunavut
Net Metering Program, Commercial and Institutional Power Producer Program (IPP), & Upcoming Renewable and Alternative Energy Opportunities
Sheila Papa, Acting Director of Corporate Affairs
Qulliq Energy Corporation
Renewable Energy Discussion
Jackson Lindell, Owner
JL Repair – Small Engine Repair, Parts and Accessories Sales, Renewable Energy Installation and Sales
Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021:
Climate Change and its Impact on Nunavut
Permafrost in the vicinity of Rankin Inlet and the Western Hudson Bay region
Greg A. Oldenborger, Geological Survey of Canada
Natural Resources Canada / Government of Canada
Meliadine: Our journey to a greener mine
Jean-Claude Blais, General Superintendent Meliadine Mine
Agnico Eagle Mines