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Mining disclosure essentials: NI 43-101 reporting fundamentals, industry best practices and useful guidance for TSX and TSXV issuers (1/2 day)

Organizer: Ontario Securities Commission
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Room 801
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Add to Calendar
Your company makes a public disclosure about the results of mineral exploration and development activities, but is this reporting compliant with the requirements of NI 43-101 and the TSX/TSXV disclosure rules? This half-day course is specifically designed to assist mining company executives, qualified persons, and investor relations personnel with understanding their reporting obligations and improving their disclosure compliance.

Common reporting pitfalls and challenges at various stages in the development of a mineral project from exploration to production will be covered using case studies and practical examples. Topics specific to both securities regulation and stock exchange rules and policies will be reviewed, and an interactive news release exercise will also be included.

The course will provide a discussion of technical reports and the common problems that may require the technical report to be amended and refiled. Examples of disclosure best practices and effective ways of meeting the form requirements of technical reports will be covered. The popular question and answer session will also be included at the end. The overall objective of this course is to assist mining companies and qualified persons with improving their technical disclosure compliance and avoiding a call from securities regulators, IIROC, or TSX/TSXV to clarify or correct their disclosure resulting in potential loss of time, money and reputation.

Presenters:
Craig Waldie, Ontario Securities Commission
James Whyte, Ontario Securities Commission
Paul Teniere, Toronto Stock Exchange

LEVEL OF COMPREHENSION: INTERMEDIATE
Participants should have a basic understanding of NI 43-101.

COURSE FEE:
Includes course material, hot buffet breakfast and refreshments

Member $199.99
Non-Member $239.99

Student $99.99
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