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Collaborations - Implemented / signed Grants (2018)

The Targeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI) has an established grant program by which it seeks proposals to leverage the expertise in Canadian universities to support mineral exploration in established or emerging mining camps through the provision of innovative and integrated public geoscience knowledge.

Following an open call for proposals in late 2017, 19 proposals were received and assessed, of those, 10 were recommended for funding by the TGI grant evaluation committee.  Agreements will be listed below as they are executed/signed.

  Project title Recipient Proponent Cumulative requested Grant Funding
[i.e. FY 2018 - 19 & FY 2019-20]
Delineating the source(s) of rare element granitic pegmatites with application to exploration for tantalum, tin and lithium Saint Francis Xavier University  Alan Anderson $90,000
An Experimental investigation of the solubility and speciation of Uranium in hydrothermal ore fluids McGill University A.E. William-Jones $90,000
Genesis of Orogenic Gold in SE Yukon University of Calgary Dave Pattison $88,670
Origin of Chromitites in the Ring of Fire Part II: Trace element Dalhousie University James Brenan $78,720
Convergent Margin Ni-Cu-PGE Ore Systems: Temporal and magmatic evolution BCGS Graham Nixon $90,000
Transport and deposition of sulfide liquid - Vectors to ore accumulation Carleton University James Mungall $90,000
Novel investigations of magnetism and clastic SEDEX deposits Queen’s University Matthew Leybourne $90,000
Pathways and mineral vectors for Rare Metal Pegmatites University of Western Ontario Robert Linnen $61,000
Stratigraphic and lithogeochemistry of the Goldenville Horizon and implications for Au and base metal mineralization Memorial University of Newfoundland Stephen Piercey $90,000
Constraining the transfer of metals from Tonalite-Trondhjemite-Granodiorite (TTG) suite magmas to hydrothermal ore-forming systems, Mooshla Intrusive Complex (MIC), Doyon-Bousquet-La Ronde mining camp, Abitibi Greenstone belt, Quebec Saint Mary’s University Jacob Hanley $65,000
The role of deep crustal structures on AU and Magmatic NI-CU-PGE – CR mineralization in the Superior Province and its extension beneath the southeast Churchill Province. Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) Lyal Harris $89,968
Controls on the Ore-fertility of Arc Magmas University of Toronto Zoltan Zajacz $45,000
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