The Geoscience in Canada / Géoscientifiques au Canada website and self-assessment tool was custom designed and programmed by the team at Meta Strategies in 2019. Structure and logic was developed in consultation with the Geoscience In Canada Working Group.
Project Management & Writing: Keith Johnson (KJ Consulting)
Programming: Barry Veerkamp
Design & Video: Michelle Gay
French translation: Laurel Toews
Landing page slide show images courtesy of:
Ready to become a P.Geo.?
Brent Ward. Boulder hunting. 2015.
Learn from Others
Hamid Mumin. Byron silver king. 2008.
Coming to Canada
Guy Dugas. Pixabay. Ashby Lake, Ontario. Retrieved 2019.
Steve Owst. Canada - Vancouver skyline. Pixabay. Retrieved 2019.
Working and Immigrating
TookaPic. Canadian Passport. Pixabay. Retrieved 2019.
Regulated Professions in Canada
RawPixel. “People holding cards”. Pixabay. Retrieved 2019.
Help through Micro Loans
Bruce Broster. “Photographing rock”. (Fs2008 DSC02987). 2008.
Brent Ward. Laser scanning in Peru. 2018.
Hamid Mumin. Surveying Drill Holes. 2008.
Geoscience in Canada
Brent Ward. Pillow lava. 2009.
Brent Ward. Yukon-2007-tincup-Helicopter on mountain top. 2007.
Hamid Mumin. Echo Bay K2. 2005.
Getting Your Licence
Cesar Esmas. “Geoscientists in deep excavation”. (n.d.).
Brent Ward. Fieldschool. 2014.
Hamid Mumin. Silver King Gold Rich Sample #4 Adit 012. 2008.
Colin Parkinson, P.Geo. “Underground work with digger”. (nd).
Janis Dale. Soil sampling in a canola field, McKillop Twp Saskatchewan. 2015.
Bruce Broster. Field School. 2018.
Maintaining a License
Brent Ward. Ore-zone, Howards-Pass, Eastern-Yukon. 2009.