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Sofvie actively participates in many groups and alliances. This helps to understand unique industry-specific health and safety challenges and how heavy industry can achieve operational excellence. 

Mining Innovation Commercialization Accelerator

The Mining Innovation Commercialization Accelerator (MICA) Network was created on July 9, 2021 through an investment of $40 million from the Government of Canada’s Strategic Innovation Fund. MICA is a $112.4 million pan-Canadian initiative bringing together stakeholders from a wide range of fields to accelerate the development and commercialization of innovative technologies to make the mining sector more productive and sustainable.  

Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum

 We unite like-minded professionals in addressing pressing industry issues through conferences, technical resources, networking and social eventsWe bring together individuals, groups and organizations from all disciplines, from different areas of the industry and from all experience levels to learn, mentor and build expertise.We support our industry in its role as a global leader in sustainable and responsible mining.We provide continuous technical resources and professional development opportunities..

Ontario General Contractors Association

 The OGCA is the pro-active voice for all general contracting issues across the Province of Ontario. For more than 82 years the OGCA has diligently worked to build Ontario by directly assisting our members to deliver construction excellence in the Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Sectors. Our members include small, medium and large firms representing both union and open-shop contractors. Our members account for approximately 70% of all of Ontario’s Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) projects and the majority of all Alternative Finance Projects (AFPs).

Canadian Diamond Drillers Association

 The CDDA has its finger on the pulse of the industry. We deal with governmental departments and agencies, both to keep you abreast of the latest regulatory changes affecting your industry lobby governments as well as to lobby for the well-being of the mineral industry in Canada.We keep various statistics of the industry, and foster affiliations with associations that have similar, but not the same, business interests.We are extremely knowledgeable about the industry, and can be contacted confidentially about any matter. If we do not have the answer to your question, we will be able to lead you to someone in the Association who does.We organize conventions for the industry’s benefit, providing opportunities for training, networking and social contact.We keep our membership informed through a new blog that you can subscribe to, from the home page.Our established committees are mandated to investigate specific needs for the industry. Through our committees, the CDDA scans the world for information on technical matters and health and safety issues, to keep the Canadian drilling industry a leader in the world.We publish various training materials for our members and their workers.  

Northeastern Ontario Construction Association

Like the buildings our members construct, the Northeastern Ontario Construction Association began with a solid foundation – the skills and experience of local contractors and trades people. NOCA has grown to represent over 300 contractors, manufacturers & suppliers, service providers, consulting firms, and training and personnel providers from all over the province, supporting members at all levels of the ICI process. NOCA promotes member interests and provides specialized services to help member companies compete and succeed in today's ever-changing construction industry.The Board of Directors is chosen in a way that ensures fair representation of all types of construction. The NOCA staff, along with the Board of Directors and many volunteers, serves as a collective voice to promote everything from apprenticeship education & training to suitable and desirable legislation, working conditions and wages that affect the industry in all its branches.


Mining Suppliers Trade Association

The MSTA CANADA supports our members in the development of their export strategies and marketing by leveraging the “Made in Canada” brand globally. MSTA CANADA participates annually in major outbound international trade shows and trade missions. To date this has included more than 185 events and trade missions that hosted 5,650 company participants. MSTA CANADA also produces and hosts incoming buyer missions bringing international mining firms to Canada to meet with interested suppliers.Headquartered in the heart of the mining industry, the MSTA CANADA’s Greater Toronto Area location provides a prime location to connect and network with the mining industry. With more than 300 corporate members, the MSTA CANADA is one of the largest Mining Service and Supply industry associations in the world. 

MineConnect Canada

MineConnect is Ontario’s Mining Supply & Services Association. Our members are globally recognized for their innovation, and the essential role they play in advancing the mining sector. Discover the benefits of membership and why our mining and supply members are the suppliers of choice to the world.