Professional Geologists

At Coast Mountain Geological we adhere to the highest professional standards and ethical conduct. We strive to cultivate an environment that encourages innovation, education and collaboration.

To ensure our clients are receiving the best possible geological solutions we provide them with dedicated experts and teams that can handle all aspects of the mineral exploration process

  • mapping
  • property acquisition
  • evaluation
  • exploration
  • project development

CMG can accommodate clients throughout the Americas, we have Spanish speaking in-house staff and a subsidiary office based in Durango Mexico. Our Geologists are certified and registered throughout Canada. If you would like to learn more about the standards and designations we are governed by please browse through this section or send us your questions to moc.oegniatnuomtsaocnull@ofni

P.Geo Registration

Requirements for registration as a professional geoscientist are typically made up of the following components:

  • Geoscience knowledge  – typically obtained by completing a bachelor’s degree in Geoscience
  • Geoscience practice experience
  • Good character
  • Proficiency in the language of business in the jurisdiction of practice
  • Candidates for licensure are also expected to sit and pass a non-technical Professional Practice and Ethics Exam before they are permitted to practice.

By way of a summary on registration requirements, the Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists (CCPG) has recently published the document  “Geoscience Knowledge and Experience Requirements for Professional Registration In Canada”.  This new document, dated May 2008, is a revision to the previously published summary of requirements and it replaces the document entitled Recommended Minimum Requirements of Geoscience Knowledge and Work Experience for Professional Practice. A two-year transition period, until June 2010, will apply before the new replacement document comes into full effect.

Because registration requirements and application procedures do differ between jurisdictions, please refer to the particular jurisdiction for specific information on this topic.

Alberta Registration
British Columbia Registration
Manitoba Registration
New Brunswick Registration 
Newfound Land & Labrador Registration
Northwest Territories and Nunavut Registration
Nova Scotia Registration
Ontario Registration
Québec Registration
Saskatchewan Registration