The Canadian mining industry and the rise of base and battery metals Imminent demand for copper, lithium and nickel is caused by the rising popularity of electric vehicles.
The mining industry has undergone a number of changes over the past few years, and new threats such as government regulations and labor issues present new challenges to miners. Risk management will play an important role in dealing with these new found threats.
Like the oil and gas industry, the mining industry is a cornerstone of the Canadian economy, with production of nonfuel minerals in the order of 12 billion annually. With a few notable exceptions (, the spectacular Voisey Bay nickelcobalt discovery in Labrador), the Canadian mining industry is looking progressively deeper for new ore deposits to replace declining reserves at existing mines.
The beginning of the report highlights some of the current macro trends in mining. Then we discuss the IoT and its related applications within the mining sector. We later broaden the focus to Canada and look at how the Canadian mining industry is responding to opportunities to innovate.
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Jul 05, 2019· In Arizona, a Canadian mining firm recently got federal approval to construct the nation's third largest copper mine in the Santa Rita Mountains, home to endangered jaguars and other species.
On January 16, 2014, the Resource Revenue Transparency Working Group (comprising the Mining Association of Canada, the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada and two nongovernmental organizations) released its recommendations for the development of a payment transparency standard for all publicly traded mining companies in Canada.
Importantly, the group's main objective was to gain a global understanding of today's mining industry by observing the different cultural, legal, social and environmental setting found in Canada.
Jun 21, 2015· Canadian mining industry feeling the sting from China's steel surplus. The steel industry is about to go from bad to worse. China, the world's biggest consumer of steel, needs less metal. The Chinese housing market, responsible for using the bulk of steel, is bulging with empty properties. As a result, the country,...
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In Canada, the nexus of the global mining industry, our mining group enjoys daily exposure to the highest concentration of mining companies and mining listings in the world. The Canadian firm is a driving force in KPMG's Global Mining Network, which shares intelligence among all national member firms.
The Canadian mining industry infographic provides an overview of key mining activities including drilling and development activity, commodity revenues, reserves and resources in situ values, capital raisings and corporate exploration budgets information.
Apr 02, 2019· Ottawa is keeping appropriate track of how Canada's mining industry releases effluent into the country's waterways, says the federal environment commissioner. Continue reading →
Aug 18, 2017· Canada's Mining Industry in Guatemala and the Right to Health of Indigenous Peoples Leah Shipton Congratulations to Leah Shipton—this essay is a winner in the Harvard FXB Health and Human Rights Consortium 2017 Student Essay Competition.
Canadian mining, minerals and metals industry (generally known as the "mining industry") on the theme of investment competitiveness and foreign direct investment. The Canadian industry is enjoying a prosperous period driven by robust economic activity in emerging economies such as China.
Canadian Mining Innovation Council nvironmental Analysis of the Mining Industry in Canada 1. Acknowledgements This report was commissioned for the Canadian Mining Innovation Council and conducted by Hatch. This report was made possible with the support of the committee and volunteer contributing authors.