Appia is a publicly-traded Canadian company in the rare earth element and uranium sectors. The company is currently focusing on delineating high-grade critical rare earth elements and gallium on the Alces Lake property, as well as exploring for high-grade uranium in the prolific Athabasca Basin. The company holds the surface rights to exploration for 113,000 hectares in Saskatchewan. Appia also has a 100% interest in rare earth element and uranium deposits in the Elliot Lake Camp, Ontario. Lastly, the Company holds the right to acquire up to a 70% interest in the Cachoeirinha Project Ionic Clay project located within the Goiás State of Brazil.


Avalon Advanced Materials is a Canadian company headquartered in Toronto, focused on developing the Ontario lithium supply chain to meet the growing demand for critical minerals. Avalon is cementing its role in North America’s strategic minerals sector through a strong portfolio that includes Separation Rapids Ltd (SRL), a joint venture company with SCR-Sibelco NV, to advance its upstream lithium portfolio in Northwestern Ontario. In addition, Avalon is setting up a leading, sustainable lithium hydroxide processing facility in the strategic port city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, to develop the end-to-end solution currently missing between the province’s considerable lithium resources in the north and the growing battery manufacturing base in the south. This connection is essential as a pivotal foundation for the clean-energy sector across North America, ensuring a sustainable and prosperous future in the green economy.


Commerce Resources is an exploration and development company with a particular focus on deposits of rare earth elements and rare metals. The Company is specifically focused on the development of its Ashram Rare Earth Project at the Eldor Property in Quebec, and its Upper Fir Tantalum and Niobium Deposit at the Blue River Project in British Columbia.


Cyclic Materials is creating a circular supply chain for rare earth elements and other materials critical to electrification. We are helping the world transition to an environmentally responsible future by recovering rare earth elements from the difficult-to-recycle products of the modern world.

We have developed an innovative process to recover the critical rare earth elements used in high performance magnets and re-circulate them back into the manufacturing process, reducing the environmental impact of the global energy transition. From smartphones to electric vehicles to green energy, these critical metals play a key role in the modernization and greening of our global economy.

We help businesses recycle, provide the market with a secure and regional supply of critical metals, and do so in an economic and sustainable way.


Defense Metals Corp. is a mineral exploration company focused on the acquisition of mineral deposits containing metals and elements commonly used in the electric power market, military, national security and the production of “GREEN” energy technologies, such as, high strength alloys and rare earth magnets. Defense Metals has an option to acquire 100% of the 1,708 hectare Wicheeda Rare Earth Element Property located near Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.


Kingston Process Metallurgy is a privately owned Canadian company located in Kingston, Ontario. Its interdisciplinary team includes engineers, scientists, chemists, technicians and modellers, led by co-owners Boyd Davis and Alain Roy. Clients include large multi-national mining and metallurgical companies, as well as companies specialized in industrial chemistry, advanced materials and energy.


Nanalysis, a public company, is a global manufacturer and seller of compact nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometers. The Nanalysis 60 MHz was the first portable, high-resolution 60 MHz benchtop NMR spectrometer released on the market in 2013. Nanalysis introduced the 100 MHz spectrometer in 2019, representing the highest resolution instrument available on the market. These instruments are notable for their ease of use, low-maintenance, accessibility, affordability and automatability to serve the oil and gas, chemical, pharma, biotech, food science, atomic agencies, cannabis, mining sectors. Manufacturing, product development and corporate headquarters located in Calgary. Nanalysis, through acquisitions and partnering with complementary expertise over the past couple of years, is expanding its offerings to a wide range of high-performance, compact magnetic resonance products tailored to customer application requirements.


Neo Performance Materials (Neo) manufactures advanced industrial materials that serve as the building blocks of many modern technologies that deliver enhanced efficiency and sustainability. The company’s products – magnetic powders and magnets, specialty chemicals, metals and alloys – are critical to the performance of many everyday products as well as emerging technologies. Neo’s advanced industrial materials are key to some of the world’s sought-after and environmentally friendly and sustainable technologies, such as hybrid and electric vehicles, pollution control systems, high-efficiency appliances and pumps, energy-efficient lighting, water purification, and many more. Neo’s products help to deliver the technologies of tomorrow to consumers today.


Founded in 2013, North American Helium Inc. (NAH) is focused on exploration and production of helium from underground fields of inert nitrogen. The Company’s mission is to grow its reliable and geopolitically secure non-hydrocarbon-based helium supply to replace declining supplies of helium in North America that currently come from legacy hydrocarbon projects. NAH currently produces approximately 5% of helium supply in North America and is actively advancing new projects.

The Company currently has producing facilities Saskatchewan, Canada, including Canada’s largest facility (Battle Creek), selling gaseous and liquid helium on long-term contracts to some of the largest global industrial gas companies. NAH has exploration assets in Saskatchewan, Utah, Arizona, and Montana. The company is working to rapidly grow its production to meet the increasing helium demand from semiconductor manufacturing, space exploration, and emerging applications like small modular reactors (SMR) and nuclear fusion.


PearTree is a Canadian Securities Dealer and Investment Fund Manager advancing over (CAD) $500 million annually for resource exploration and mine development in a uniquely Canadian structure which results in as much as $2.00 of capital deployed for every $1.00 invested by global institutions and family offices.

PearTree’s platform and investor capital results in the triple benefit of reduced issuer dilution, reduced cost of share ownership, and enhanced governance within a Canadian regulatory environment ensuring that invested capital is deployed on site and for no other purpose.


Process Research ORTECH (PRO) is a privately owned organization serving mining, metallurgical, recycling and chemical industries. Recognizing the need for sustainable development for these industries the company has expanded to offer its clients process technologies for economic advantage, environmental stewardship and societal care. PRO, a world class service facility with its laboratory and pilot plant offers services on: Technology development, Technology transfer, Pre-commercialization trials, Engineering assistance, Market evaluation and development, Sustainable development and Clean technology.


The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is Canada’s second largest research and technology organization and recently, an important midstream player in the Rare Earth Elements (REE) value chain in Canada. With more than 300 employees, $91 million in annual revenue and nearly 75 years of experience, SRC provides products and services to its 1,500 clients in 27 countries around the world. We help clients from across the world solve technology problems, make improvements, seize opportunities, maintain competitiveness, increase productivity, and develop new markets. SRC’s Rare Earth Element Division supports a growing REE industry in Saskatchewan, Canada and around the world with processing and separation technology development and commercialization for both heavy and light REEs, helping clients have the potential to maximize the value of their rare earth projects. A key element of this Division is SRC’s Rare Earth Processing Facility, which will produce an intermediate concentrate of mixed rare earth carbonates to then be separated into individual rare earth oxides and sold, as the market requires, providing a secure route to market for Canadian Rare Earth suppliers. In addition to Rare Earths, through its Mining and Energy Division, SRC has also focused on the technological challenges of other critical metals such as Lithium, Niobium and Tantalum, for example.


Scandium Canada Ltd. is a Canadian “junior” currently developing the only hard-rock primary scandium project in the world with a vision to contribute to society’s goal to reduce carbon emissions to net zero. Scandium Canada completed a PEA in 2022 with robust economics, and is currently advancing a pre-feasibility for the project. It plans to produce scandium oxide and aluminum-scandium (2%) Master Alloy for use in the automotive, aerospace, space and SOFC markets. It is listed on the TSXV (TSX-V: SCD), and the OTCQB under “SCDCF”.


SGS Minerals (SGS) offers an extensive range of services that covers exploration, plant design and engineering, production, industrial applications and decommissioning and closure. They provide testing, technology, trade services and consulting to help deliver more growth and lean efficiencies, improve speed to market and reduce risk. Their industry experts can help you make the most of market developments and advances in technology, enabling their customers to maximize opportunities and stay ahead of competitors.


Volta Metals Ltd. (CSE: VLTA) is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on lithium, cesium and tantalum, and is based in Toronto, Ontario. It has optioned and is currently exploring a critical minerals portfolio of lithium, cesium and tantalum projects in Northwestern Ontario, which is considered to be one of the most prolific emerging hard-rock lithium districts in the world. Volta is currently exploring its large land package (240 km2) including flagship high-grade Falcon West Project (>1% Li2O) in Ontario.