Directory - canada

Alberta Mining Associations

  • Alberta Chamber of Resources - The Alberta Chamber of Resources works to expand the collaborative efforts within Alberta’s resource industries.

British Columbia Mining Associations

  • MABC - Mining Association of BC - BC's voice of mining since 1901. MABC represents the collective needs and interests of operating coal, metal and industrial mineral mining companies. In doing so, it has come to be regarded as the predominant voice of mining in British Columbia.
  • AME BC - Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia - AME BC is the predominant voice of mineral exploration and development in British Columbia. AME BC represents thousands of members including geoscientists, prospectors, engineers, entrepreneurs, exploration companies, suppliers, mineral producers, and associations who are engaged in mineral exploration and development in BC and throughout the world.
  • The Chamber of Mines of Eastern British Columbia - The Chamber of Mines of Eastern British Columbia is a non-profit organization providing authentic, reliable information to the general public and the mining industry. Our members include everyone from individual prospectors to large mining and engineering companies.

Canada Mining Associations

  • Mining Association of Canada - The Mining Association of Canada promotes the growth and development of Canada's mining and mineral-processing industry for the benefit of Canadians.
  • L'association minière du Canada - L'Association minière du Canada (AMC) est le porte-parole national de confiance de l'industrie canadienne de l'exploitation minière et de la transformation des minéraux.
  • Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) - The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) represents the interests of the Canadian mineral exploration and development industry.
  • Mineralogical Association of Canada - The Mineralogical Association of Canada (MAC) was formed in 1955 as a non-profit scientific organization to promote and advance the knowledge of mineralogy and the allied disciplines of crystallography, petrology, geochemistry and mineral deposits.
  • Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) - The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM), the leading technical society of professionals associated with the Canadian minerals and materials industry, has 11,000 members from industry, government and academia who are dedicated to the discovery, production, utilization and economics of minerals, metals and petroleum.
  • Canadian Association of Palynologists - Association Canadienne Des Palynologues - The Canadian Association of Palynologists focusses on palynology from all geologic eras, spanning the Palaeozoic to the Quaternary. Palynologists from all branches of the discipline, from stratigraphic palynology, to palaeoecology, to melissopalynology, participate in the Association.
  • Canadian Geotechnical Association - The Canadian Geotechnical Society is the premier organization for geotechnical engineers and geoscientists in Canada and is dedicated to advancing knowledge and creating opportunities for the sharing of information by practitioners in a broad range of geotechnical disciplines.
  • Geological Association of Canada - The MISSION of the Geological Association of Canada is to facilitate the scientific well-being and professional development of its members, the learned discussion of geoscience in Canada, and the advancement, dissemination and wise use of geoscience in public, professional and academic life.

Canada Mining Careers and Training

  • Yukon Mine Training Association (YMTA) - The Yukon Mine Training Association's (YMTA) goal is the training and development of a skilled workforce made up of First Nations and Yukoners to meet the current and future needs of the mining and resource sectors.
  • Mine Training Society - Northwest Territories - Mine Training Society a non-profit society comprised of Aboriginal, industry, and government partners. The Mine Training Society has helped 300 northerners get jobs in the diamond mining industry.
  • Explore for More - Explore for More is the Canadian mining industry's career brand and career outreach initiative to attract youth, women, Aboriginal peoples and new Canadians to the sector.
  • Mining Industry Human Resource Portal for Aboriginal Communities - Mining Industry Human Resource Portal for Aboriginal Communities provides basic information about career opportunities and training/education requirements for individuals considering employment in mining. It also includes sample job profiles of individuals employed in various mining activities and in positions with diverse skill requirements.
  • British Columbia Aboriginal Mine Training Association (BCAMTA) - BCAMTA can help by connecting you to training and jobs in mineral exploration and mining. Get the skills, training and work experience you need to find a career with the potential to last you a lifetime.

Manitoba Mining Associations

  • Mining Association of Manitoba (MAMI) - MAMI currently represents all operating mines in the province of Manitoba, as well as, most firms conducting mineral exploration projects in Manitoba.

Nova Scotia Mining Assocations

  • Mining Association of Nova Scotia (MANS) - Mining Association of Nova Scotia (MANS) is a provincial organization representing over 100 member companies in all areas of mining -- exploration, discovery, development, production and reclamation as well as consultants and suppliers to the industry.

Ontario Mining Associations

  • OMA - Ontario Mining Association - The Ontario Mining Association (OMA) was established in 1920 to represent the mining industry of the province. OMA members are engaged in exploring, producing and processing mineral resources in an environmentally responsible manner.
  • Northern Prospectors Association (NPA) - The NPA is one of seven regional associations affiliated with the Ontario Prospector's Association which was developed in 1987 to create a province wide lobbying group on policies of concern to the mining industry.

Quebec Mining Associations

  • Association de l'exploration minière du Québec - L'Association de l'exploration minière du Québec (AEMQ) est un organisme à but non lucratif formé en vertu de la troisième partie de la Loi sur les compagnies. L'AEMQ représente tous les intervenants oeuvrant dans le domaine de l'exploration minière au Québec.
  • The Québec Mineral Exploration Association - The Quebec Mineral Exploration Association (AEMQ) is a non-profit organization incorporated under Part III of the Companies Act. The AEMQ represents all the different stakeholders involved in the field of mineral exploration in Québec.
  • Québec Mining Association (QMA) - The Québec Mining Association (QMA) is a provincial organization representing metal and mineral mining companies, metallurgy companies, mining contractors and junior mining exploration companies.
  • L’Association minière du Québec (AMQ) - L’Association minière du Québec (AMQ) est l’organisation provinciale qui se veut le porte-parole d’entreprises minières productrices de métaux et de minéraux, d’entreprises métallurgiques, d’entrepreneurs miniers et des entreprises minières en développement sur le territoire québécois.

Saskatchewan Mining Associations

Yukon Mining Associations

  • Yukon Chamber of Mines - The Yukon Chamber of Mines works to promote a vibrant, healthy, safe and responsible mining and exploration industry in the Yukon.

Canada mining jobs, Canada mining employment resources, mine industry links and career information. Looking for work in the Mining industry in Canada? Find mine resources on for people who work or are seeking employment in the Canadian mine industry.

Mining employment and mining job vacancies are available in Canada. Internationally, Canada is one of the world's leading mining countries and ranks among the largest producers of minerals and metals. Key exports include aluminum, nickel, copper, gold, uranium, coal, potash, zinc, diamonds, iron and steel, and iron ore. Qualified mining professionals with various skill sets are in high demand. Explore Canada mining jobs and career resources on Find a Mining Job.

Canadian Mining Companies and Recruiters - Find a Mining Job is a valuable resource to post your latest job availabilities. Job candidates can browse the latest mining job listings on the site and sign up for email alerts with the most current mining job positions in Canada.

Mining Job Seekers - Browse the most up-to-date mining job listings available! Sign up to receive email alerts with all the latest mining jobs in Canada. Available mining positions in Canada can be found in mining exploration & geosciences, drilling, engineering, mine operations, construction, mine management, trades, mineral processing, support staff, finance, health & safety, environmental and maintenance.