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NI 43-101 Essentials: Reporting Standards for Mineral Projects

July 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Date: July 29, 2024

Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CST

Event Format: Live Webinar – Microsoft Teams

Hosting Organization: APEGS – A Member-Led Live Webinar Series Presentation

Event Summary: What is National Instrument 43-101? What is its role in the mining industry? How can the general public benefit from it? Developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA), NI 43-101 is a regulatory standard that governs how companies disclose information about mineral projects to the public in Canada.  As the name suggests, this “National Instrument” applies uniformly across all provincial and territorial legislatures, ensuring transparent reporting. The Disclosure Instrument applies to both oral statements and written documents, including websites, ensuring transparency and accuracy in reporting of mining-related information.  Canadian mining and mineral exploration companies must follow specific rules for public disclosure which are designed to improve the accuracy and integrity of the information they provide on properties material to the company. During the webinar, the prescribed format for the 43-101 Technical Document will be discussed.  The presentation will include discussions on:

  • How the disclosure standards apply to oral statements as well as written documents and websites.
  • NI 43-101 does not apply to disclosure concerning petroleum, natural gas, bituminous sands or shales, groundwater, or coal bed methane.
    • The disclosure must be based on information provided by a “qualified person”.
    • In some circumstances, the qualified person has to be independent of the company and the property.
    • A company is required to use specified terminology defined by CIM when disclosing mineral resources and mineral reserves.

Presenter – Faisal Sayeed, P.Geo. Faisal’s industry experience portfolio includes heavy crude/unconventional hydrocarbons, base/precious metals in a multitude of jurisdictions around the globe where he has modeled resources in variety of settings:
• Porphyry Copper (British Columbia, Canada, West Africa)
• Potash (Saskatchewan, Canada, OCP, Morocco)
• Pegmatite hosted Lithium (Canada, Brazil, West Africa),
• SEDEX, IOCG (Australia), VHMS, Epithermal/Mesothermal precious & base metals (Argentina, Nigeria, Pakistan)

Faisal is currently engaged in the mineral resources industry as a Sr. Geologist/Consultant, QP for disclosure reporting (NI43-101), Study Manager for several PEA, PFS, and DFS level work.

There is no cost to attend, but registration is required.  This webinar is eligible for Formal Activity CPD credit.

This event will be held live on the Microsoft Teams platform.  The meeting link will be sent by end of day on July 25, 2024 to the email address in which you registered for this event.

How to Register: Click here to register. Registration closes at 12:00 PM CST on July 24, 2024

If you need to cancel your registration to this event, please email cpd@apegs.ca.

Event Contact: APEGS Professional Development Department Angela Foster or Jolene Arthur cpd@apegs.ca

Disclaimer: The views expressed during this event are those of the presenters and do not necessarily represent the views of APEGS.


July 29
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm