Our office is open to any needs you may have.  We have a wide variety of resource books in our library and a microfiche system available for research.  We also have an assortment of maps on site and knowledgable staff to assist you.  We are currently trying to expand our…

We are pleased to show off our brand new website.  Our last website served us for over 5 years and it was definitely time for an update.  

The new site is designed so that you can navigate all areas of the site with little effort.  The site is also optimized for viewing on your smartphone, tablet, and also your PC.

While we are always striving to improve the quality and quantity of the content available on ekcm.org.   We are always looking for suggestions and feedback from you so that we can provide all our members with the most current and up-to-date information about  issues facing explorationists in our industry and in the East Kootenays.

You can provide information to us by contacting us HERE.

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Progress continued on the core storage facility located near Fort Steele, BC. Last year saw improvements to the facility which included fencing, construction of core racks. Core was transported to the site, organized, documented and racked, Core is now onsite from notable properties including the Sullivan Mine, Estella, and Vulcan.…
Geoscience BC has released a compilation of ground station ground data found in the East Kootenay region as part of SEEK (Stimulating Exploration in the East Kootenays).  The SEEK project is funded by Geoscience BC and is a partnership with the East Kootenay Chamber of Mines. The report and data…
Geoscience BC News Release Geoscience BC, in partnership with the East Kootenay Chamber of Mines, is pleased to announce the launch of the SEEK (Stimulating Exploration in the East Kootenays) Project. The goal of the SEEK Project is to increase economic activity related to mineral exploration by acquiring, compiling and…
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