Unearth Canada’s shameful industry secrets in Toronto’s most unconventional treasure hunt!
Drop by the starting point anytime between 1-4pm to get your top-secret mission. Then, go underground into the nearby convention centre to dig up some truths. There’s no cost to enter the game, and there’s a small “liquid gold” prize, from Turnview Farm Honey, for those who RSVP ahead!
When: Sunday, March 4th anytime between 1-4pm.
Where: Meet at Hoops Sports Bar (125 Bremner Blvd); treasure hunt at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
PDAC: it’s been called the Superbowl or the Oscars of the resource extraction industry. Every year, the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention comes to Toronto, claiming to promote responsible mining, facilitating relationships between companies and investors, and promoting pro-mining curriculum aimed at children and Indigenous communities. And every year we’re there, not letting them get away with the facade.
Want to know more? Venture underground into the heart of the world’s largest mining industry convention to dig up clues that will help you piece together how the Canadian mining industry came to be associated with assassination, sexual violence, police brutality, forced labour, union-busting, death threats, deliberate burning of crops and property destruction, forced displacement, environmental contamination and associated illnesses, and psychological trauma. Explore the trade show floor of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada convention to uncover lies, to see who is missing, and to meet some of this industry’s biggest villains first-hand. Use this treasure hunt to help you see through this industry’s powerful PR machine and understand how it all connects to what it means to be “Canadian”.
Want to join in? Here’s how:
Our “liquid gold” prizes provided graciously by local Ontario bees (and harvested by Turnview Farm Honey)!
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