International Minerals Innovation Institute
International Minerals Innovation Institute is a unique industry-government-post-secondary education and research institutions partnership jointly funded by industry and government. The Institute is a catalyst to developing industry-driven education and training programs to address labour force needs in the sector and conducts industry-driven research and development to address workplace health and safety, environmental sustainability, social license, policy research, exploration, mining, processing and economics of commodities to ensure the continued growth of the industry.
IMII’s current activities and future plans are being driven by industry priorities. Through the Board of Directors and separate panels for both education and training and research and development, collaboration occurs amongst industry, government and post-secondary education institutions to clearly define the need, solution, implementation plan and outcomes together.
For immediate release - June 6, 2016 IMII funds U of S research to enhance underground safety in Saskatchewan potash mines SASKATOON – Deep underground in a potash mine, lives can depend on ensuring the ground is stable...
To celebrate Saskatchewan Mining Week, the Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a breakfast presentation on June 3rd featuring Brian Skanderbeg, President and CEO of Claude Resources and Paul Benson, President and CEO of Silver...