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There are a very limited number of individual tickets left for the 29th Annual CMHF Dinner and Induction Ceremony. If you would like to purchase a ticket, please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

PLEASE NOTE the dinner has moved to a new venue and will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Thursday, January 12, 2017.

The high standard of living enjoyed by Canadians today stems in large part from the development of rich natural resources - agriculture, forest and minerals. Canada has been blessed with an abundance of natural resources, and also has been very fortunate to have people with the ability to convert these resources from potential assets into useful products at a price others are willing to pay.

The conversion of potential to actual wealth does not come easily, but is based on hard work, determination, skill, and some luck.

The story of mining in Canada can be told in part by describing some of the accomplishments of leaders in the industry. The Canadian Mining Hall of Fame recognizes the accomplishments of over 160 people, but it must be emphasized that hundreds of thousands of people have contributed to the success of today’s mining industry.

For the convenience of those who want to learn more about Canada’s mining industry, we have included a page called The Canadian Mining Industry, and additionally there are links to other mining-related web sites on the Members and Associates page.

Charles E. Michener

An imaginative exploration philosophy, sound academic approach and the resolute perseverance of a risk taker - these were the qualities that made Charles E. Michener a major factor in the success of Inco Ltd.'s mine-finding endeavours during the middle decades of this century. The South mine in Sudbury, the Lupin gold mine (now owned by Echo Bay), the Thompson complex in Manitoba, and Inco's vast Indonesian output can be attributed to Michener. In dollar terms, the gross annual value runs to a phenomenal $795 million.... Read the full bio

The Original Hall of Fame in Toronto

The original Hall of Fame is located on the ground floor of the Lassonde Mining Building at the University of Toronto. Visitors will find plaques of polished Canadian granite with photos and descriptions of the Members inducted from 1989-2008 lining the walls of the hall. The Lassonde Mining Building is one of the historic buildings on the university campus. Read More.

Annual CMHF Induction Dinner

Thursday, January 12, 2017
Constitution Hall, North Building
Metro Toronto Convention Centre Toronto, ON Read more