Day 1 (Sept 16) started the conference off with a workshop on ‘Landform Design for Sustainable Mine Reclamation’.
Day 2 (Sept 17) was a fabulous and highly informative tour of the former Sullivan Mine in Kimberley, British Columbia. Sullivan Mine was once a major producer of zinc, lead, and silver. After operating for nearly 100 years, it is now an example of a successful mine closure — a process that included collaboration between Teck and the local community of Kimberley to create lasting benefits.
The National CLRA conference was a success in Kimberley, BC this past September. A huge thank you to the BC TRCR organizing committee for having the CLRA join forces to put on an extremely informative conference.
We held our AGM on September 18 and gave our awards out at our joint Awards Banquet.Read More
As the deadline for symposia, workshop, and short course proposals is quickly approaching, we would like to remind you that you have until October 1, 2019, to submit your proposals.Read More
CLRA/ACRSD awards programs recognizes individuals and/or organizations for outstanding contributions to the practice of land reclamation across Canada. Nominate, recognize, and support the profession at every stage. The 2019 CLRA National awards nomination and application deadlines are in August.Read More