PUBLICATION

Engineering & Mining Journal

AUTHORS

Bilge Cuhadar, Leanne Arendse, Guillaume de Bassompierre

Canada Mining 2006 E&MJ Release

September 10, 2006

Canada boasts a long history in mineral exploration and mining and has gained almost unmatched expertise in terms of skills, geological knowledge and adaptability to a wide range of climates. Long exposure to the dangers of mining’s cyclical swings has forced the industry to become extremely technologically advanced and productivity driven. As a result of successes at home, Canada is also one of the leading exporters of a broad range of mining skills and services. Canada’s mining companies and their supporting suppliers are some of the most active when it comes to investing in mineral exploration, mine development and resource production worldwide.

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