Launched in 2021, the Canadian Mining Export Guide is jointly managed by a partnership involving Canadian government and industry.
Now more than ever, the Trade Commissioner Service helps Canadian businesses grow with confidence by connecting them with our funding and support programs, international opportunities, and our network of trade commissioners in over 160 cities worldwide.
For Canadian Mining companies, pursuing a global diversification strategy is more important than ever. As Canada’s export credit agency and a financial Crown corporation, Export Development Canada’s mandate is to help such companies go, grow, and succeed in their international business by providing financing, insurance, bonding, and trade knowledge. They also support Canadian direct investment abroad and investment into Canada, with much of our business done in partnership with other financial institutions and through collaboration with the Government of Canada.
Natural Resources Canada develops policies and programs that enhance the contribution of the natural resources sector to the economy, to meeting Canada’s net zero objectives, and improving the quality of life for all Canadians. NRCan works to identify opportunities to support workers and businesses that are seeking to export their equipment, technology and services to global markets, including in the mining sector. This work is anchored Canada’s position as a global leader in safe, responsible and sustainable mining, and supported by a strong mining innovation ecosystem.
48th North International is a catalyst for the growth of marketing and export activities beyond borders for Abitibi-Témiscamingue companies as well as Quebec mining sector companies. The organization offers innovative marketing and positioning strategies through an approach in support of structuring business as well as a course in the development of skills essential to the success of entrepreneurs in foreign markets. They monitor a set of national and international markets in order to transmit essential information allowing companies to be better informed and equipped. The organization works closely with private companies.
The Mining Suppliers Association of B.C. (MSABC) membership provides equipment, products and related services to the B.C. mining industry. MSABC comprises companies located in Vancouver and in mining communities throughout the province, as well as Alberta, Ontario and Washington State. It is affiliated with the Mining Association of British Columbia (MABC), which represents corporations engaged in operating and developing mine sites in B.C.
MineConnect is Ontario’s Mining Supply & Services Association. Our members are globally recognized for their innovation, and the essential role they play in advancing the mining sector. Read more to discover the benefits of membership and why our members are the suppliers of choice to the world.
Established in 1932, the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada represents the interests of the Canadian mineral exploration and development industry. The association is best known for its annual convention and trade show in Toronto.
Based in Saskatoon, SK, SIMSA (the Saskatchewan Industrial and Mining Suppliers Association) is the only organization that supports, promotes, and represents the interests of Saskatchewan-based suppliers who serve the industrial, mining, and energy sectors.
The Yukon Chamber of Mines represents a dynamic membership and since its creation almost 70 years ago, has worked to serve its valued members and advance the interests of all those involved in the Yukon mining industry. Membership has burgeoned over the years from a dozen founding members in 1943 to more than 400 today. This strong and diverse group includes exploration, mining and service and supply companies, contractors and individuals that have a direct or indirect interest in the mining industry.