Not sure where to begin on the exhibit floor? Start with these must-see organizations at PDAC 2024!

The Exhibitor Spotlight highlights unique and innovative displays in mining from early-stage exploration, discovery, suppliers to the industry, cutting-edge technology and equipment.

To locate Exhibitors on the show floor, visit the Exhibitor Directory.

For more information, contact:
Amy Buchanan, CMP
Manager, Convention Exhibits
[email protected]

Cascade Copper Corp.

Booth 2805, Investors Exchange

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Cascade Copper Corp is a Canadian-based, copper-focused explorer currently with projects in British Columbia and Ontario. Their booth will showcase the company’s copper projects with 3D images compiled from current and historic information, rock samples collected from the recent exploration season, and a geologist to discuss results from the field. For each project the company has incorporated all information into a database that can be queried and visualized for exploration targeting.

Elemission Inc.

Booth 950, Trade Show

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Frontier-breaking technology: Step into the future with cutting-edge ECORE LIBS core scanner powered by AI. The fastest LIBS instruments available on the market, providing automated mineralogy and chemical assays, directly on raw samples in real time. ECORE is empowering geologists with unparalleled efficiency and precision to enhance the accuracy of their geological interpretations throughout the mining cycle: exploration, production and remediation.


Booth 552, Trade Show

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GeologicAI brings together high-end robotics, state-of-the-art sensors, artificial intelligence, machine vision, and proprietary software to provide geologists with cutting-edge technology that allows them to understand and interpret their resource like never before. They will also showcase hardware and software solutions alongside the power of advanced modeling tools. Come see in person how they bring the dream of “scanning to mine planning” to life.

Japan Gold Corp.

Booth 2732, Investors Exchange

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Drilling at the Mizobe Project is expanding the discovery of gold mineralization not previously recognized in Japan. Assay results will be announced in advance of the Convention and this booth will showcase core from the drill program completed with their Barrick Alliance partners. They will have three exploration geologists in the booth to discuss this remarkable discovery.


Booth 6528N, Trade Show North

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LithologIQ unveils a breakthrough core logging solution, transforming geologists’ access to accurate mineralogical data. Join them for an exclusive live presentation of their new core scanner, meticulously designed for high throughput and workflow-friendly operation. Visitors are invited to talk and learn about how this can accelerate and lower the cost of their current exploration and production tasks while extracting the most value from their drill cores. This compact mobile laboratory can be transported directly to the mine site and will acquire high resolution mineralogical data on drill core boxes in one minute with same-day data delivery, eliminating guesswork during core logging activities.

Platinum Diamond Drilling Inc.

Booth 7316N, Trade Show North

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Platinum Diamond Drilling is an owner-operated business that provides quality and personal service to the mineral exploration drilling industry. Platinum was established in 2011 and is an Indigenous-owned company that is based in Manitoba and operates throughout Canada, from Québec to the Yukon. They specialize in heli-portable diamond drilling, skid-mounted programs, and self-propelled track mounted rigs. At the core of their business lies the belief that customer satisfaction and the development of strong relationships are founded on integrity, trust and respect for client project objectives. That belief is underscored by their team and equipment.

Ronacher McKenzie Geoscience Inc.

Booth 6624N, Trade Show North

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Headquartered in Canada and working globally, RMG is a women-owned and led company committed to exploring intelligently. With its team of senior geologists and geophysicists, RMG will showcase the importance of integrating all forms of geoscientific data to target effectively and accelerate discovery. Given the planet’s pressing need to secure resources to support the future, combined with declining discovery rates, accelerating discovery through intelligent exploration is crucial.

SFC Energy

Booth 6103N, Trade Show North

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SFC Energy is a leading provider of hydrogen and methanol fuel cells for stationary and mobile hybrid power solutions. Their EFOY ProSolutions are ideal for mining applications, and are autonomous, low maintenance, and adapted for harsh environments. Visitors can to stop by to discuss how their cutting-edge EFOY Pro Energy solutions seamlessly align with the demands of the mining industry. Their booth will feature a live EFOY fuel cell demo, powering various items for a firsthand technology experience.

Spanish Mountain Gold Ltd.

Booth 3224, Investors Exchange

Spanish Mountain Gold is advancing it’s multimillion ounce gold project to be the next gold mine in the Cariboo Gold Corridor of British Columbia. They are striving to be a leader in community and indigenous relations and will add to this leadership position by leveraging technology and innovation to build the ‘greenest’ gold mine in Canada. The new mine vision will reset the bar for lowering open pit gold mining carbon intensity and greenhouse gas emissions while contributing to the circular economies of the region.

Star Diamond Corporation

Booth 2550, Investors Exchange


On Monday, March 4, and Tuesday, March 5, Star Diamond will exhibit a stunning display of high-quality diamonds that have been recovered from the Fort à la Corne Diamond District in central Saskatchewan. These stones will range from rough uncut diamonds through polished stones to finished jewelry product. They have recovered more than 160,000 individual diamonds to date from the project and this is a great opportunity to see some of these attractive Saskatchewan diamonds up close.