Does your company’s technical disclosure comply with the requirements of NI 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects when reporting on your mineral properties? Attend this half day short course designed to assist geoscientists, engineers, and mining company executives with providing proper technical disclosure.
Securities commission technical staff will present an overview of the fundamental principles and reporting obligations of NI 43-101 and the technical report form. The format of the short course will include a series of presentations covering how mining companies and qualified persons can provide technical disclosure in compliance with NI 43-101 at all stages of a mineral project. Examples, common situations, and practical solutions for complying with the disclosure requirements will be covered along with commonly observed problems that may require a technical report to be amended and refiled. Following the presentations there will be ample time to address attendee’s questions.
• Canada’s regulatory regime for mining disclosure
• Reliance on qualified persons, professional associations, and technical societies to maintain investor confidence in mining disclosure
• Commonly observed problems with technical disclosure in news releases, websites, and technical reports
COURSE DELIVERY STRATEGY:
This half day course would include two technical staff from the OSC and two additional staff from the BCSC and AMF. The format of the course will include presentations and a question and answer session.
LEVEL OF COMPREHENSION:
Knowledge/prerequisites: Attendees should be aware of NI 43-101 and potentially have a good understanding of the existing requirements, although this is not necessary.
Includes course material and breakfast (available at 7:30 am).
Member $299 Non-member $399
Member $349 Non-member $449