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Annual General Meeting:

 

Friday, April 26th, 2019, at the Dalhousie University Club, Great Hall, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

11:00 to 1:30 pm: Luncheon and General Meeting
2:00 to 4:00 pm: Continuing Professional Development Session 

On behalf of the Association Executive and Council, I wish to extend an invitation to you to attend the Geoscientists Nova Scotia Annual General Meeting and Luncheon. Following the AGM luncheon, the Association will be hosting a Continuing Professional Development session.

During the AGM, Board, Committee and 2018 financial reports will be tabled and a summary of the year’s events will be presented. The nominees for the 2019-2021 APGNS Council will also be introduced.

Our luncheon guest speaker will be Amy Tizzard, P.Geo, Regional Geologist, NS Department of Energy and Mines. She will present:

 “Evolution of the Oxford Sinkhole, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia”.

A brief update (1:45 to 2:00) on the of the Continuing Professional Development and Competency Assurance Program as well as the status of the Geoscience Profession Act and Geoscience Practice Regulations will be presented following lunch.

 The Continuing Professional Development session (2:00 to 4:30 pm) will be a presentation and discussion regarding mineral exploration and development in Nova Scotia:

Peter Rogers, P.Geo., Chavin Consulting,
Doug Currie, P.Geo., Atlantic Gold, and
Paul McNeil, P.Geo., Anaconda Mining

Please mark the date on your calendar and plan to attend the AGM, luncheon and CPD session.

The cost to attend the event (Business Meeting, Luncheon and CPD Session) is $50.00, HST included.

Please RSVP (by email response to this notice) as soon as practicable and before April 13th so that we can confirm the lunch seating.

 Event tickets can be purchased on the Association website using the secure e-payment link or by regular mail with a cheque payable to APGNS at:

P.O. Box 91, Main Station,
Enfield, NS, B2T 1C6.

 

We look forward to seeing you at this event.
Sincerely,

Beverley Smith, P.Geo., FGC.
APGNS President