4 Reasons Why Your Customers Should Install A Generator Docking Station
In August of 2015, BC’s South Coast experienced its worst storm in a decade. Strong winds toppled trees throughout the Lower Mainland, leading to impassable roads, a compromised transit system and a massive power outage. BC Hydro estimated that 500,000 customers lost power the day of the storm. Several thousands of those customers were still without power two days later.
When the power goes out, it is important that businesses are prepar... read more >
Getting the Most from Your Vendors: A Procurement Expert Offers Her Top Tips
There are a myriad of ways that a business can lose money. From scope creep to exchange rates, some things are out of our control. But dealing with suppliers doesn’t have to be one of those things. In fact, having an effective vendor management strategy can help your business save big on time, money and reputation.
Christine Galer, President of Total Procurement Solutions, works with businesses to control costs and manage risks. We sp... read more >
The Major Projects Management Office: A One Stop Shop for Federal Regulatory Review Processes
From Pipelines to LNG, hydro to nuclear, the Major Projects Management Office (MPMO) is involved in every resource project in Canada that requires a federal environmental assessment. But what is the MPMO, and what do they do? And how, exactly, will they be affected by the new Liberal Government’s plan to make the assessment process more “robust”?
Reporting to the Minister of Natural Resources, the relatively small federal government ... read more >
AME Roundup 2016: Innovating and Connecting
Where can you go to learn about the latest in mining technology, watch presentations by leaders in the industry, and have dinner with several hundred of your fellow mining and exploration professionals? The answer is AME BC’s Roundup 2016 conference, happening this January 25th to 28th.
2016 will mark Roundup’s 32nd year, and the 2nd in its new location at the Vancouver Convention Centre. The conference this year boasts 352 exhibitors... read more >