PDAC 2025 information to come in the fall. 2024 session information is available below for reference.

The Indigenous Program at the PDAC Convention is celebrating 20-years of providing a platform for discussion on fostering cooperative, respectful and mutually-beneficial relationships between Indigenous communities and the minerals industry. This program brings Indigenous communities and Indigenous-owned companies together with the industry and other interested parties to share experiences, exchange ideas and network.

PDAC 2024 marks the launch of integrated policy sessions, which feature multi-disciplinary themes in multiple program areas. Sessions integrated with Capital Markets and Sustainability are noted below.

Sunday, March 3

Financing critical minerals and Indigenous economic reconciliation (integrated with the Capital Markets Program)

Collaboration is the key: Strengthening the agreement and permitting process (integrated with the Sustainability program)

Tuesday, March 5

Surviving the blaze: Facing crisis together (integrated with the Sustainability Program)

Indigenous led impact assessments: Moving from consultation to collaboration (integrated with the Sustainability Program) will be recorded and available online post convention for Individual and Corporate Members attending PDAC 2024 with an All Access Pass.

Indigenous Artists

 For more information on our Indigenous Artisan Program Click here.
For more information, contact:
Alex Armstrong
Analyst, Indigenous and Regulatory Affairs
[email protected]

All Access Pass required

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