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Canadian Government Glacial Clay Mining Rights

Jun 05, 2019 Barrick Gold had argued the 2010 law could affect its projects near glacial areas in Argentina. The judges said the company was unable to prove that the legislation banning mining in glacial areas was harming its mining rights. They stressed the need to preserve the environment in line with the 2016 Paris agreement on climate change

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  • Seine River Watershed – SoW Inputs, MB Geological Survey

    Seine River Watershed – SoW Inputs, MB Geological Survey

    The eastern half of the watershed is underlain by silty clay deposited in deep basin areas of glacial Lake Agassiz. Clay thicknesses are variable and range from 5 m to 20 m . The clay plain has a ... Mineral Rights ... Between 1890 & July 15/1930, mineral underrights were retained by the Canadian government. Sand & gravel was not included

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  • Centerra’s war for Kyrgyz gold exposes the destructive

    Centerra’s war for Kyrgyz gold exposes the destructive

    Jul 22, 2021 By Owen Schalk, The Canada Files, July 22, 2021 On May 14, 2021, President of Kyrgyzstan Sadyr Japarov approved a parliamentary proposal to temporarily establish state control over the Kumtor gold mine, the jewel of Kyrgyzstan’s extractive sector. The mine is one of the largest in Central Asia, and in 2019 it accounted for almost 45% of the country’s industrial output. Japarov’s

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  • Canadas Hidden Treasure Is This Falls Next Big Beauty

    Canadas Hidden Treasure Is This Falls Next Big Beauty

    Native to the Canadian shores in British Columbia, this raw Glacial Oceanic Clay is unique to West Coast glaciers and is continuously enriched by the ocean's cyclical flow, leaving it silky smooth

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  • Canada's Hidden Treasure Is This Fall's Next Big Beauty

    Canada's Hidden Treasure Is This Fall's Next Big Beauty

    Sep 08, 2020 Canadian glacial oceanic clay provides a natural and restorative solution for post-summer skincare. VANCOUVER, BC, Sept. 8, 2020 /CNW/ - The beginning of

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  • Glossary of Mining Terms - SEC

    Glossary of Mining Terms - SEC

    Glacial drift - Sedimentary material that has been transported by glaciers. Glacial striations - Lines or scratches on a smooth rock surface caused by glacial abrasion. Glory hole - An open pit from which ore is extracted, especially where broken ore is passed to underground workings before being hoisted

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  • Brief History of Ontario Mining | Republic of Mining

    Brief History of Ontario Mining | Republic of Mining

    Jul 23, 2010 Canadian Mining Hall of Fame (89) Canadian Mining History (249) Canadian Regional Media and Web Publications (3,180) Canadian/International Media Resource Articles (3,038) Caribou and Mining (36) Chromium/Platinum Group Metals (633) Cliffs Natural Resources (160) Climate Change, Carbon Taxes and ENGOs (551) Coal (1,620) Cobalt Town (97)

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  • Will Falk: From Unist’ot’en Camp: Responsibility, Not Rights

    Will Falk: From Unist’ot’en Camp: Responsibility, Not Rights

    The Canadian government is illegitimate because it exists through genocide and is only on Wet’suwet’en land by sheer force. So, for the Wet’suwet’en to assert their rights in Canadian courts, they would be acknowledging the power of the Canadian government to decide the fate of lands they should have no power over

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  • Arctic mines face thawing permafrost disaster - MINING

    Arctic mines face thawing permafrost disaster - MINING

    Mar 22, 2021 On May 29, 2020, in the Siberian city of Norilsk, a fuel tank collapse spilled 21,000 tons of diesel fuel into the Ambarnaya River, polluting an 180,000-square-meter area. The leak was blamed on

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  • Canadian Government Makes Joint $10 Million Investment

    Canadian Government Makes Joint $10 Million Investment

    Jan 20, 2021 January 20, 2021, Vancouver, British Columbia – Fuse Cobalt Inc. (“the Company” or “Fuse”) (TSXV: FUSE), (OTC: FUSEF), (FRA: 43W3) is pleased to announce that on December 22 2020, the government of Canada and the government of Ontario announced a joint $10-million investment in the First Cobalt Corp. refinery in Cobalt Ontario. Significantly, this refinery […]

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  • Water sources: groundwater

    Water sources: groundwater

    Groundwater is an essential resource. It exists everywhere under the Canadian landscape and is vitally connected to our rich surface water resources. Contamination of groundwater is a serious problem in Canada. Industrial and agricultural activities are major sources of contaminants, but Canadian households are equally important sources

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  • History – Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre

    History – Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre

    History. The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre (CFDC) previously Morden and District Museum currently houses the largest collection of marine vertebrates in Canada. This large fossil collection has led the museum to a continuous need for expansion and improvement, even at the present time. Since the late 1930's, fossils have been discovered in

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  • University of Saskatchewan tailings study

    University of Saskatchewan tailings study

    Jun 29, 2021 University of Saskatchewan tailings study sheds light on risks. Tailings clay. (Image from Pxhere, CC0 ). A team of scientists have taken a closer look at the potential environmental hazards of

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  • Canadian Hidden Treasure Helps Ease Skin-Care Routines

    Canadian Hidden Treasure Helps Ease Skin-Care Routines

    Mar 16, 2021 Canadian Glacial Oceanic Clay is your clear-skin solution for the change of seasonsVANCOUVER, BC, March 16, 2021 /CNW/ - Spring is here and consumers are looking for a way to rejuvenate their skin

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