Mining News: Top of the world territory turns 10
A decade after its creation, Canada’s Nunavut hopes to build a sustainable economy, largely on the strength of hardrock mining
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As mineral-rich Nunavut Territory celebrates its 10th anniversary, Canadians and others are assessing changes made in the past decade and debating what the future will hold for Canada’s newest territory.
Nunavut, which means “our land,” is a vast, frozen expanse of tundra laced with lakes, inlets an....
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