The PDAC Board of Directors has made the decision that PDAC 2022 will not go ahead as planned in March, due to current public health restrictions in Ontario, Canada.
PDAC’s statement breaking the news read as follows:
PDAC staff and volunteers have worked tirelessly to deliver the PDAC Convention that the world’s mineral exploration and mining industry anticipates every year. We were excited to be able to offer this in person and online in March 2022.
Despite our best efforts, we are unable to host the event as planned in March due to the current public health restrictions in Ontario. As a result, the PDAC Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to reschedule the convention, maintaining the same format.
PDAC 2022 will now be hosted in person in Toronto from 13 – 15 June and online from 28 – 29 June.
We understand the date changes will create challenges for some. However, it is important that we provide a solution that offers the best chance of success for all stakeholders.
As you would expect, plans for this significant change are underway and we will endeavour to make the transition as seamless as possible. As more details are available they will be shared with you directly and published on our website.
While dates of PDAC 2022 have changed, our commitment to your health and safety has not. We will continue following advice and directives of government and public health agencies throughout planning.
Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding during this transition. We look forward to welcoming you to PDAC 2022 online and in person in June (we know there are many who will welcome the opportunity to visit Toronto in a warmer month!).
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/18012022/pdac-2022-convention-moves-to-june/
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