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Queen's Bachelor of Mining Engineering Technology (BTech) is creating the next generation of mining professionals. This page features content that might be interesting to those working in Canada's mining industry, highlighting our faculty, students, facilities, cutting-edge research, and collaborations with industry.

David Yokom

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Strength in Diversity: Why the Mining Industry Needs a More Diverse Workforce

With a looming retirement crisis coupled with an expected return to stronger commodity prices, the mining industry is projecting a forecasted need of 106,000 new workers by 2025. In this new blog series, David Yokom discusses the key role diversity must play in filling the gap.

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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 31, 2017: Important presentation at the Canadian Mining Expo

Come hear how we are partnering with industry to collaborate on a wide range of opportunities to create the ideal program for today's mining industry. We want to meet with industry leaders like you, to share information about our program, find out more about what you're looking for in your employees, and ultimately develop mutually beneficial working relationships between industry and academia.


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