OLMC PresentationsOLMC Design 2015, by Russ Black, presented 2015-09-10
Steve Thompson Jewellers
Tristan Brine at Otherworld Treasures on MacArthur can fix up crystals to wear on a chain.
Jo Stinson is a long time member and excels in wirewrapping.
Mineral Collecting Law in Ontario
Visit the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines site to find out your rights and responsibilities as a hobbyist rockhounder.
Mineral Collecting Guides
These guides were created by the Mineral Interest Group, members of the Ottawa Lapsmith and Mineral Club.
Metal Detecting Guide
Ryan Mason provided this link to Jonathan Humes' guide: The Complete Resource Guide to Metal Detecting
Ottawa-Gatineau Geological Field TripsFrom Carleton University's course led by Professor Donaldson in the Learning in Retirement Seminars at Carleton.
Eastern Ontario Natural History SocietySupports education on diverse topics in the natural science with a specific focus on deep time, the history of life and natural sciences. We aim to be valuable to all ages and experience levels from professional scientists to those who have noticed these things for the first time.
Palaeos PaleozoicJust about anything you want to learn about fossils and the geological time scale. It should take about an era to go through this one...
Kingston Lapidary and Mineral ClubProvides a positive environment for local rockhounds, lapidary enthusiasts and silversmiths.
The Gem and Mineral Club of ScarboroughIt aims to encourage and promote all aspects of the hobby of collecting and studying rocks, minerals and fossils and of pursuing all types of lapidary work, provide a forum for the free exchange of information and ideas regarding the hobby, and conserve natural resources.
Brantford Lapidary and Mineral SocietyThe society has monthly speakers, arranges field trips, and holds classes in lapidary.
The Sudbury Rock & Lapidary SocietyThe society has a fully equipped lapidary workshop for the use of the membership. During the fall and winter months, courses in lapidary arts and silver smithing are offered according to demand.
The Gem and Mineral Federation of CanadaHeadquarted in Winfield, BC.
The Central Canadian Federation of Mineralogical SocietiesHeadquarted in Toronto, ON, is a non-profit federation of rock, mineral and lapidary clubs for hobbyists in central Canada.
Canadian Rockhound MagazineAn archive of issues of the now defunct "Canadian Rockhound Magazine" hosted by Library and Archives Canada.
Dirty RockhoundsMessage board for people interested in lapidary, mines, mineral identification, buying and selling.
MindatThe largest mineral database and mineralogy reference website on the internet. This site contains worldwide data on minerals, mineral collecting, mineral localities and other mineralogical information.
A few people have called the workshop asking about prospecting suppliers or gold panning suppliers in the Ottawa area. Here are some resources: