FEM and PDAC co-operation

PDAC 2021: The World’s Premier Mineral Exploration & Mining Convention will take place on 7-10 March in Toronto, Canada

FEM booth at PDAC 2021

You will find FEM at PDAC at booth #(tbc), South Building, Metro Toronto Convention Centre

FEM partner organization, the annual PDAC Convention, is the leading event for people, companies and organizations in, or connected with, mineral exploration. In addition to meeting over 1,000 exhibitors, 3,500 investors and 25,000 attendees from 135 countries, you can also attend technical sessions, short courses and networking events.

The four-day annual convention held in Toronto, Canada, has grown in size, stature and influence since it began in 1932 and today is the event of choice for the world’s mineral industry.

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Interested in mineral exploration and mining opportunities in Fennoscandia?

Detailed information about mining and exploration in Finland, Sweden and Norway is provided by Geological Survey of Finland (GTK), Geological Survey of Sweden (SGU) and Geological Survey of Norway (NGU).

Investors' Exchange - PDAC

Investors’ Exhange 

FEM booth at PDAC

FEM booth at the PDAC since 2003

FEM and PDAC co-operation

FEM and PDAC have had fruitful co-operation since 2002 when a Memorandum of Understanding was first signed by Mr. John Steel, President of the PDAC and Mr. Esko Lotvonen, County Governor of Lapland, Regional Council of Lapland.

The Memorandum of Understanding was renewed and signed at FEM 2009 by Mr. Jon Baird, President of the PDAC and Mr. Esko Lotvonen, County Governor of Lapland, Regional Council of Lapland.

The Embassy of Canada to Finland has been a long-time partner in this co-operation. The Embassy has organized a Canada Pavilion at the FEM Trade Show since 2005 together with the PDAC. Pavilion is targeted for Canadian companies interested or operating in the Fennoscandian Shield of Northern Europe.

Several people have contributed to this cooperation, such as Prof. Elias Ekdahl, Director General, Geological Survey of Finland, Mr. Ahti Silvennoinen, Regional Manager, Geological Survey of Finland, Prof. Pekka A. Nurmi, Geological Survey of Finland, and Mr. Jaakko Ylitalo, Councellor, Regional Council of Lapland.



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