Highlights from ICERMs 2024 April Edition & Invitation to ICERMs 2024 November Edition

Trina Bell Declaring the Conference Open on behalf of His Worship Greg Dionne the Mayor of the City of Prince Albert
Cindy Koob of the University of Saskatchewan taking delegates on a tour of the University

The recently concluded Second International Conference and Exhibition for Raw Materials ICERMs 2024 April Edition organized by the Canadian Centre for Raw Materials Display Inc. (CACERMDI) in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan between 25 April 2024 and 2 May 2024 was a huge success. See pictures and news reportage.

https://paherald.sk.ca/second-raw-materials-conference-officially-opens-in-prince-albert

The focus of our first conference in November 2023 was on promoting the raw materials of Saskatchewan, and we were honoured to have MLA Daryl Harrison represent the Premier of Saskatchewan and the entire provincial government at that conference.

Building on the success of our inaugural event, our second conference shifted its focus to the promotion of the raw materials of Alberta. We were delighted to receive a message from the Premier of Alberta, Hon Danielle Smith as well as video greetings from the Member of Parliament for Prince Albert the Hon Randy Hoback, demonstrating their support for our endeavours. See link

https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/06hxxqmj7hu0azb589wlv/20240418-Hoback-ICERM-Greeting_V2.mp4?rlkey=wqddar90nquxh24rft7m7tnaa&st=bz8mr3kn&dl=0

We were honoured to host distinguished guests at the conference, including the Mayor of Prince Albert His Worship Greg Dionne, CEO of Prince Albert and District Area Chamber of Commerce Patty Hughes, Director Prince Albert Library Services, Alex Juorio Circa, Tourism Coordinator for the City of Prince Albert, Trina Bell, and Representative from the University of Saskatchewan Cindy Koob among other distinguished dignitaries. Their presence underscored the significance of our efforts in promoting awareness and appreciation of raw materials.

I am pleased to inform you that all 14 foreign delegates granted visas to participate in the conference were present and actively engaged in technical sections, round table discussions and other activities. Their contributions enriched the conference and facilitated valuable exchanges of ideas, knowledge and expertise.

We also visited one of the numerous Saskatchewan farms and received two agricultural raw materials namely canola seeds and wheat for display at our Centre.

Therefore, we kindly invite prospective delegates raw materials experts and enthusiasts to the Third International Conference and Exhibition for Raw Materials ICERMs 2024 November Edition taking place between 2 November 2024 and 8 November 2024 at the Prince Albert Public Library focusing on “Discovering the Economic Viability of Manitoba’s Raw Materials. The registration deadline for this third event remains May 20, 2024.

We look forward to having participants from all corners of the globe with their presence being a support to our continued efforts in promoting awareness and appreciation of raw materials in Canada and beyond. After this letter, you will see pictures of various sessions of the second edition of ICERMs and following thereafter are registration details for the third ICERMs.

Sincerely

Osagie “Leo” Ekhaguere FCAI

President, Canadian Centre for Raw Materials Display Inc 

909B Central Ave., Prince Albert, SK S6V 4V2 

+1 306 900 9336

+1 306 992 2198

Fax: +1 306 993 9718

Toll-Free Number +1 866 275 0224

Registration for the Third International Conference and Exhibition for Raw Materials ICERMs 2024 November Edition is now open and closes on Monday 20 May 2024.

ICERMs 2024 November Edition has now opened

We are pleased to announce the start of registration for the 3rd International Conference and Exhibition for Raw Materials (ICERMs) 2024 November Editionwith a special focus on the raw materials of Manitoba.

ICERMS is a premier event in the field of raw materials, providing a platform for researchers, industry professionals, experts, raw materials enthusiasts and policymakers to come together to celebrate raw materials of the named location, province or territory and discuss the latest advancements and challenges in the industry in the named location.

In this November edition, which is our anniversary edition, the conference will highlight the raw materials of Manitoba, showcasing the unique resources and opportunities available in the Province. Attendees can expect insightful presentations, networking opportunities, and a vibrant exhibition showcasing the latest products and services in the raw materials sector.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of a dynamic and engaging event. Register now to secure your spot at ICERMs 2024 November Edition and stay tuned for more updates on the conference program and speakers.

We look forward to welcoming you to ICERMS 2024 November Edition!

Please note that the Canadian Centre for Raw Materails Display Inc. CACERMDI has opened this registration early enough to allow enough time for those coming from visa-required countries to plan their attendance.

It is important to further clarify that ICERMs is a conference that caters to both technical and non-technical members of the global public, regardless of your profession or background as much as you identify as a raw materials enthusiast, you are at liberty to join us.

The technical members of the public are experts whose studies or disciplines are related to raw materials, while the non-technical members are enthusiasts who have a keen interest in raw materials

Venue: Conference Room of Prince Albert Public Library located at 125 12th St E Prince Albert SK S6V 1B7 Canada

Registration Fee:
750 CAD Basic;
850 CAD VIP; &
1500 CAD VVIP
Non-refundable

Should you have any clarification or inquiries please reach out to the Management of CaCeRMDI via +1 (866) 275-0224 toll-free (Canada & USA)

Click on CACERMDI Events

1. Promoting Canadian Raw Materials in Nigeria engaging tertiary education students

Raw Materials: Canadian Centre Initiates Essay Competition Among Nigerian Students

 

Video of Inauguration Ceremony for 1st International Conference and Exhibition for Raw Materials ICERMs 2023 by CACERMDI

ICERMs 2023 Video

Premier of Saskatchewan and the entire Provincial Government represented by Mr. Daryl Harrison the Keynote Speaker at this conference edition, who also currently serves both as Provincial Legislative Secretary for Energy and Resources and the Member Legislative Assembly for Cannington being flanked by the President of the Canadian Centre for Raw Materials Display Inc. CACERMDI Osagie ‘Leo’ Ekhaguere

President of CACERMDI Osagie ‘Leo’ Ekhaguere (Middle) and Representative of Head of Municipal Government Mr. Alex Juorio (to the left) and Representative of Provincial Government of Saskatchewan Mr. Daryl Harrison (to the right)

Joy Schewaga, Representative of Provincial Minister Joe Hargrave (to the left), President of CACERMDI Osagie ‘Leo’ Ekhaguere (second to the left), Representative of Provincial Government of Saskatchewan Mr. Daryl Harrison (second to the right) and Patt Ganton, Representative of Alana Ross, Prince Albert Northcote Member Legislative Assembly

Keynote Speaker at this Conference Mr. Daryl Harrison is representative of Saskatchewan Government. He is also serving our Province as Provincial Legislative Secretary for Energy and Resources and is the Member Legislative Assembly for Cannington.

Keynote Speaker at this Conference Mr. Daryl Harrison is representative of Saskatchewan Government. He is also serving our Province as Provincial Legislative Secretary for Energy and Resources and is the Member Legislative Assembly for Cannington.

Keynote Speaker at this Conference Mr. Daryl Harrison is representative of Saskatchewan Government. He is also serving our Province as Provincial Legislative Secretary for Energy and Resources and is the Member Legislative Assembly for Cannington.

Keynote Speaker at this Conference Mr. Daryl Harrison is representative of Saskatchewan Government. He is also serving our Province as Provincial Legislative Secretary for Energy and Resources and is the Member Legislative Assembly for Cannington.

Representative of Municipal Government Mr. Alex Juorio Serving our City as Director Prince Albert Library Services brings greetings on behalf of the Mayor and the entire beautiful City of Prince Albert

Representative of Municipal Government Mr. Alex Juorio Serving our City as Director Prince Albert Library Services brings greetings on behalf of the Mayor and the entire beautiful City of Prince Albert

Representative of Municipal Government Mr. Alex Juorio Serving our City as Director Prince Albert Library Services brings greetings on behalf of the Mayor and the entire beautiful City of Prince Albert

Chief Executive Officer Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce Patricia Creswell Hughes

Chief Executive Officer Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce Patricia Creswell Hughes

Moderator of the Conference Dr. Nnamdi Ndubuka, currently an Associate Professor at the University of Saskatchewan

President of the Canadian Centre for Raw Materials Display Centre Inc Osagie ‘Leo’ Ekhaguere welcoming guest from five countries who attended maiden edition (Countries that attended: US, UK, Ghana, Nigeria and Canada)

President of the Canadian Centre for Raw Materials Display Centre Inc Osagie ‘Leo’ Ekhaguere welcoming guest from five countries who attended maiden edition (Countries that attended: US, UK, Ghana, Nigeria and Canada)

Leo Ekhaguere showcasing Saskatchewan’s potash to the whole world

Leo Ekhaguere showcasing Saskatchewan’s potash to the whole world

Leo Ekhaguere showcasing Saskatchewan’s potash to the whole world

Presidential Welcome Address at

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