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Digging Deep: Geoscience BC’s Evolution – An Update – November 2022

Geoscience BC is building a sustainable model to attract investment, deliver on economic development and tackle environmental and social challenges. With your help it can succeed.   By: President and CEO Gavin C. Dirom Our society needs more critical minerals and metals; more clean energy; and more proven opportunities to geologically capture and store carbon […]

Digging Deep – QUEST: 15 years of Attracting Investment and Advancing Mineral Exploration | July 2022

By: Christa Pellett, Vice President, Minerals 2022 marks the 15-year anniversary of the QUEST Project, Geoscience BC’s first major regional, multidisciplinary, multi-partner minerals research program. QUEST introduced a new model for Geoscience BC-supported public geoscience and has had broad and long-reaching effects on geoscience data in the Province of British Columbia. Fifteen years after the […]

Tia Shapka-Fels, M.A.Sc. Student, University of British Columbia

Sepide Hendi, Ph.D. Student, University of British Columbia

Kevin Ng, M.Sc. Student, McGill University

Bianca lulianella Phillips, Ph.D. Student, University of British Columbia

Ben Eaton, M.Sc. Student, University of British Columbia

Alex Hutchison, M.Sc. Student, Saint Mary’s University

Digging Deep: Adaptation, Net-Zero and Partner Alignment | June 2022

By: Stephanie Killam, Chair of the Board and Gavin C. Dirom, President and CEO   This Digging Deep blog is an adaptation of the Chair and CEO Message in Geoscience BC’s Annual Report 2021-2022, which was published in May 2022. The Annual Report 2021-22 is available online or in limited print quantities upon request. View […]

Brewing Up Innovation: Made-in-BC Device Boosts Exploration for Critical Minerals

Vancouver, BC – June 14, 2022 – A new Geoscience BC report shows how a small, made-in-British-Columbia device that uses sensors typically found in breweries and greenhouses can be used to boost exploration for critical minerals, following testing at the Mount Milligan Mine located between Fort St. James and Mackenzie. The device measures oxygen and […]

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