Luncheons

March 17, 2017 – MEG Calgary Luncheon Talk

Ms. Julia Lane with ATAC Resources will present a luncheon talk titled “Characteristics of Carlin-Type and Other Carbonate Replacement Style Gold Mineralized Zones of the Rackla Gold Project in East-Central Yukon” at the Kerby Centre downtown Calgary (1133 – 7th Ave. SW). Please e-mail: luncheons@megcalgary.com to confirm attendance.

The Rackla Gold Project encompasses over 1,800 […]

Feb 10 MEG Luncheon – West Red Lake Gold Mines

Mr. John Kontak with West Red Lake Gold Mines Inc. will present a luncheon talk about the expansion of the Rowan Mine Zones on the West Red Lake Project, Northwest Ontario. The luncheon talk will be at the Kerby Centre downtown Calgary (1133 – 7th Ave. SW). Please e-mail luncheons@megcalgary.com to confirm attendance. The […]

Jan 6 MEG Luncheon

Uravan Minerals: Using Geochemistry to Explore For Deeply Buried Unconformity-Related U at the Stewardson Lake Project
Uravan Minerals Inc. is a junior mining and technology company focused on exploring for high grade unconformity-related U deposits in the Athabasca Basin, Canada.  Since 2009 Uravan has been developing innovative exploration geochemical techniques in collaboration with leading academic […]

By |December 26th, 2016|Luncheons|0 Comments|

MEG Luncheon Talk Friday December 2

The December talk will be our last for 2016. It will also be our Annual General Meeting. Come out and vote for the Board of Directors, or better yet, volunteer for the Board! The talk will be held in the usual location at the Kerby Centre.
Rottenstone Project Abstract:
Fathom Minerals. Ltd. is mineral exploration and […]

By |November 19th, 2016|Luncheons|0 Comments|

May 18 MEG Luncheon

MEG Lunch Talk Wednesday May 18, 2016

Location: Kerby Centre, 1133 – 7 Ave SW, Calgary, AB. This month’s talk will be held in the Lounge. Please ask for directions at the Reception Desk. If you are using the Kerby Centre parking lot, you can validate your parking at the same time
Unconformity-related uranium deposits in […]

MEG Lunch Talk Friday April 15, 2016

Location: Kerby Centre, 1133 – 7 Ave SW, Calgary, AB, Lecture Room 205. Please check in at the Reception Desk and they will direct you to Room 205. If you are using the Kerby Centre parking lot, you can validate your parking at the same time
Porphyry and epithermal ore formation in post-subduction tectonic settings
Jeremy […]

MEG Lunch Talk Friday March 4, 2016

Location: Kerby Centre, 1133 – 7 Ave SW, Calgary, AB, Lecture Room 205. Please check in at the Reception Desk and they will direct you to Room 205. If you are using the Kerby Centre parking lot, you can validate your parking at the same time.
Skeena Resources Spectrum Project
Jacques Stacey, MSc

(Source: http://www.skeenaresources.com/projects/spectrum)

Skeena Resources Limited […]

Feb 5, 2016 Calgary MEG Lunch Talk

Location: Kerby Centre, 1133 – 7 Ave SW, Calgary, AB, Lecture Room 205. Please check in at the Reception Desk and they will direct you to Room 205. If you are using the Kerby Centre parking lot, you can validate your parking at the same time.
Use of Automated Mineralogy in Geochemical Modeling of Mineralogies […]

By |January 31st, 2016|Luncheons|0 Comments|

Friday, January 15, 2016 Lunch Talk

Please Note: Our monthly lunch talks have moved to the Kerby Centre, 1133 7 Ave SW, Calgary, AB. The Kerby Centre is conveniently located at a C-Train station and offers free parking with validation. The main entrance to the Kerby Centre is located near the eastern end of the building, adjacent to the C-Train […]

By |January 6th, 2016|Luncheons|0 Comments|

Thursday Dec 10, 2015 Luncheon Talk

Monthly Lunch Seminars: Thursday December 10 , 2015 – Ramada Inn – Okanagan East Room

Remote Sensing for Resource Exploration and Development

Remote Sensing technology has made huge strides recently.

From satellites hundreds of kms above the earth: we can acquire full color imagery in 30cm resolution, distinguish mineral deposits and detect movement of the earth’s […]

By |November 25th, 2015|Luncheons|0 Comments|