truePERMIT @ PDAC 2019

Our team will be @ PDAC 2019 THE WORLD’S PREMIER MINERAL EXPLORATION & MINING CONVENTION to meet with existing clients and new interested parties. March 2-6th, METRO TORONTO CONVENTION CENTRE.

Contact Barry McPeake (250) 881-6212 for the truePERMIT government framework DEMO and learn about the capabilities for managing mineral permitting rights and related natural resources obligations.

We focus on E-Government Solutions & Results. Enterprise business platform for permitting & rights management.

Stay tuned for news updates during the convention…

At Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) President of Agencia Nacional de Minería, Sylvana Habid, presented, “Mining Authority and its role to encourage the development in projects”. During her presentation, she spoke of SIGM mining cadastre system, truePERMIT.


Our team is delivering a Live demo at Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) – on Agencia Nacional de Minería’s new SIGM system-truePERMIT at booth 7001N – Colombia Land of Mining Opportunities.


Barry McPeake congratulating Executive Director of Nova Scotia Energy Mines, Don James on the increase in mining acquisition in Nova Scotia.



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WaLLAS Project Enters Implementation Phase (Manitoba)

Pacific GeoTech is excited to kick off the implementation phase of the Manitoba Water Licencing project.

The project will replace mulitple legacy systems with an integrated online registry and permitting system using our truePERMIT framework.  The new “WaLLAS” system will effectively address water rights management, water control and drainage, and Crown Lands assessments.  WaLLAS will also be integrated into the SAP corporate services.

Manitoba Water Licensing & Land Assessment System (WaLLAS)

PGTS finished the detailed business requirements for the new Water Licensing and Land Assessment System (WaLLAS) project which will deliver a user-friendly, online, spatially-enabled system to allow the regulatory and water maintenance mandate of the Government of Manitoba. Manitoba Water Stewardship has the responsibility for water use and control and drainage works licensing to support the sustainable allocation of surface water and groundwater for various domestic, municipal, agricultural, industrial, irrigation and other purposes.

The PGTS technical team presented the proposed platform for WaLLAS in Winnipeg on May 22, 2015.