Mining News: Remote territory offers mineral bonanza
Government, industry focuses on unlocking secrets of ancient rocks as modern mining industry finds firm footing in Arctic North
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No discussion of opening Canadaís Far North to mineral resource development could get far without the focus turning to Nunavut, the nationís newest and least-explored territory.
At one-fifth the size of Canada, Nunavut contains 1,994,000 million square kilometers, or 770,000 square miles, (nearly th....
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