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Tuesday, July 23 • 9:15am - 11:30am
Mining

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The Mining Working Group identifies best practices for environmental sustainability and engaging indigenous groups to improve the quality of life in the region while fostering economic development. The working group aims to show how development, when done responsibly, supports economic growth and increases the standard of living.

Co-Chairs
Senator Keith Regier, Montana State Legislature
Pam Schwann, Executive Director, Saskatchewan Mining Association


Welcome, Introductions and Opening Remarks
Senator Keith Regier, Montana State Legislature
Pam Schwann, Executive Director, Saskatchewan Mining Association


Economic Benefit of Mining
New technologies and innovations are driving demand for mined products. What are some best practices to showcase the importance of mining in the digital age.
Speakers TBD


Showcasing the Institutional Control Program
The Institutional Control Program (ICP) defines and implements a process for the long-term monitoring and maintenance of decommissioned mine and/or mill sites located on provincial Crown land in Saskatchewan.
Cory Hughes, Executive Director, Mineral Policy - Resource Development, Ministry of Energy and Resources Government of Saskatchewan (confirmed)
Dale Huffman, Vice President, Health, Safety, Environment & Regulatory Relations, Orano (confirmed)


Roundtable discussion with session attendees



More details on the working group here

Speakers
CH

Cory Hughes

Executive Director, Mineral Policy - Resource Development, Ministry of Energy and Resources, Government of Saskatchewan
DH

Dale Huffman

Vice PresidentHealth, Safety, Environment & Regulatory Relations, Orano Canada
avatar for Senator Keith Regier

Senator Keith Regier

Senator; Mining Working Group Co-chair, Montana State Legislature
avatar for Pamela Schwann

Pamela Schwann

President; Mining Working Group Co-chair, Saskatchewan Mining Association


Tuesday July 23, 2019 9:15am - 11:30am
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